We sat on the patio, which faces the One Colorado courtyard overlooking Johnny Rockets and Il Fornaio. Notice the giant movie screen above Crate and Barrel? Free movies!
Can't remember what my brother ordered. Lil' sis got hefeweizen. I didn't like either, but that's because I don't like beer in general. I ordered a pomegranate mojito. Sweet, not bad.
We also got deep-fried artichokes for $4.95. Lightly breaded, not too greasy.
Lil' sis's garlic fries for $4.95. So now she doesn't have to go to Dodgers games anymore just in order to get garlic fries, which are nearly twice as expensive for a smaller portion anyway.
Southwest egg rolls with chicken, black beans, and corn for $4.95. I wish they added avocado, but otherwise these were good. And that mound of wings in the back?
A dozen wings, deep-fried and drenched in sweet chili garlic sauce for $4.95. Way too much sauce, so I'd ask them to go light on it next time, but a very generous portion for that price.
Other $4.95 happy hour appetizers that we didn't order included a tapas plate of hummus, olives, tapenade, and pita bread, bruschetta, and mini cheese or pepperoni pizza.
Lil' sis also ordered their Summergold seasonal beer. This one I actually did like, a bit fruity and lighter in taste.
Anyway, the food is basic pub fare. Go for happy hour. Chill on the patio. It's good for casual summer get-togethers.
Other Old Town Pasadena restaurant posts:
Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ Dining - Pasadena (Old Town)
Mi Piace - Pasadena (Old Town)
Pinkberry - Pasadena (Old Town)
Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant
41 Hugus Alley
Pasadena, CA 91101
Open Sunday to Thursday 11:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Friday and Saturday 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.
Monday to Friday 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Everyday 10 p.m. to closing in bar and cocktail areas only.
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