Indian Food Pasadena

Late May in Glendale...

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Saturday May 19th 1:30-2:30pm

Bring your kids to observe a current DJing for kids class. This observation is a great way for parents and kids to understand the format of our classes as well as piquing your child's interest.

The next class starts in June with space limited to 12 students per 3 month session.

LOCATION

Beat Junkie Institute of Sound

5130 San Fernando Road

Glendale, CA 91204


Still want more ideas on what to do around Glendale? We love this article from Sunset Magazine -- it's full of inspiration for different activities!


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Glendale in April 2018

We are very proud to be the destination of Indian food in Glendale and are excited about the events taking place here next month! Are there any on your list that we missed?

Click each image below for tickets & event info...


Sakura Matsuri (Cherry Blossom Festival) in Brand Park's newly renovated Japanese Friendship Garden... more info here.

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10am Koto Performance – By Saeko V.

10:30am J-Pop & Anime Songs Performance By Yui SensationaL (DJ), Canae (Vo.), Ryo Taie (G.), Noyuri (Dancer)

11am Urasenke Tea Ceremony – By Keiko Nakada

11:45am J-Pop & Anime Songs Performance By Yui SensationaL (DJ), Canae (Vo.), Ryo Taie (G.), Noyuri (Dancer)

12 noon Kendo Demo – By Pasadena Kendo Club

12:30pm Karate Demo

1pm Cherry Tree Planting Ceremony

1:20pm Akita Angels : Rescue Dog Walk

1:30pm Taiko Performance – Asano Taiko & The Taiko Kids!

2pm Urasenke Tea Ceremony – By Keiko Nakada

2:45pm Sakura/Sakura Children’s Song – Verdugo Woodlands

3pm Closing Ceremony


Eurydice Live at Glendale Community College

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In this modernized re-telling of the myth of Eurydice and Orpheus, nothing is as it seems:  stones can talk, rooms are made out of string, and the devil rides a tricycle. The story begins when the fairytale romance between Eurydice and Orpheus abruptly ends -- on their wedding day – as Eurydice falls to her death. On her way to the underworld, Eurydice’s memories are erased; when she is reunited with her deceased father, she believes he is the porter. As Eurydice’s father slowly and secretively helps her remember her past, Orpheus grieves and plots a way to bring his wife back. In playwright, Sarah Ruhl’s topsy-turvy Overworld/Underworld setting, anything can and does happen.

Sunday Apr 8, 2018 2:00 PM $10 - $15

Buy tickets here


Ever wonder what a coworking space for parents look like? Come see it! Stop by Collaby&Play and check out what we have to offer. Take a tour, learn about our classes, events, resources, and meet the team. Bring your child and let them explore our play room.

April 21 - Open House


Samosas: The Snack of India

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Undoubtedly one of our most popular and frequently-ordered appetizers, samosas are a delight to the senses. 

Historically a vegetarian dish, samosas can be filled with savory and spicy additions like lentils, peas, noodles, onions, potatoes, minced lamb, and beef. Also popular in a myriad of Asian countries and the Mediterranean, and Africa, the actual name for these turnovers varies by region, but all of the names refer to this same, dumpling-like snack that we call a samosa.

At All India Cafe, we make vegetarian samosas, stuffed with potatoes, peas, spices, herbs, and serve with a tamarind chutney for a flavor juxtaposition that is sure to thrill your palate. 

Our Samosas are also available as a vegan appetizer if you'd like -- just ask!

Have you tried our samosas? Use code SAMOSA at checkout for your next online All India Cafe order and you'll receive a free order.




Since 1996, All India Cafe has been an inviting Indian dining experience that is healthy, fresh, & that shows the owners' genuine dedication to each and every guest. Discerning locals who affectionately refer to their favorite eatery as "All India" have been repeat customers for years because of the impeccable service and authentic, consistently delicious cuisine. The award-winning menu primarily draws inspiration and tradition from Northern India while infusing a bit of Southern India's flavor and flare. Everything is made fresh in the restaurant (home-style cooking without any artificial coloring or preservatives; only natural spices & fresh ingredients are used) -- the food is nutritious and comforting while being low in fat, and there are many gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan options.

A local favorite and tradition, All India Cafe Pasadena has been voted Best Indian Restaurant by San Gabriel Valley residents in Pasadena Weekly's annual 'Best Of' Awards for the last 15 years and counting.

January in Pasadena

Now that the craziness of the holidays is over, what could be better than taking the time to relax and enjoy life in our beloved Pasadena? Here are a few events that we didn't want our customers to miss out on this month...

Royals of Pasadena: Rose Queen & Royal Court Exhibit at the Pasadena Museum of History

Open through February 11, 2018 | 12:00pm - 4:00pm

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In honor of the inauguration of the 100th Rose Queen® in 2018, PMH presents an exhibition celebrating the Pasadena Tournament of Roses® Royal Court. From the first Royal Court in 1905, young women of Pasadena and its environs have graced the Tournament of Roses and served as ambassadors for the city of Pasadena almost every year. This unique exhibition explores the traditions and history of the Royal Court, from the selection process to the Coronation and Rose Parade. Exquisite Coronation gowns of past Rose Queens and Princesses are on display, as well as daywear, accessories, and jewelry from the Court wardrobes, all generously lent by former members of the Royal Court, beginning with the gown of Margaret Huntley Main, the oldest surviving Queen (1940 court). From the sleek satin gowns of the 1940s, to the tulle confections of William Cahill in the 1950s and 60s, and the modern-day glamour of Tadashi Shoji, the elegance of the Royal Court is celebrated. Vivid photos and ephemera documenting this century-long Pasadena tradition enhance the exhibit, including original design drawings of the Queen’s Float. A special highlight is Queen’s crowns from the past century, on loan from the Tournament of Roses.

Group tours are available for this exhibition upon request. Exhibition tours are approximately one-hour long. Tickets: $15/person. Group size: 10-20 people.

To inquire about scheduling an exhibition tour, please contact us at 626.577.1660, ext. 26 or info@pasadenahistory.org.



Pasadena Half Marathon and 5K

Sunday, January 21, 2018

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The Pasadena Half Marathon and 5K will take place on Sunday, January 21, 2018 at the Rose Bowl. Enjoy the picturesque course through beautiful Pasadena, passing landmarks like the Rose Bowl StadiumNorton Simon MuseumPasadena Convention Center and Caltech before a majestic finish on the field at the world famous Rose Bowl.  All participants will receive a race shirt, finishers medal, post-race refreshments and a truly unforgettable race experience.

The half marathon has an age limit of 12 years old, all participants must be at least 12 years of age on race day.


Below The Underground: Renegade Art and Action in 1990s Mexico Exhibition at the Armory Center for the Arts in Old Pasadena

Through Sunday, January 21, 2018

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The art of the 1990s in Mexico has acquired an almost mythic status in recent years, coming to represent the moment that Mexican contemporary art assumed a place in the global arena. Below the Underground: Renegade Art and Action in 1990s Mexico will add a new layer to the growing interest in this period by drawing attention to artists, such as Taniel Morales, Andrea Ferreyra, and Elvira Santamaría, who operated in the margins, away from the widening mainstream. The exhibition explores the alternative, often clandestine art practices that emerged during this period marked by increasing violence, currency devaluation, industrial pollution, and political corruption. Against this turbulent backdrop, artists in Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey, and elsewhere devised alternative practices and new exhibition spaces to show work that often directly engaged the politics and economics of the moment.

Admission is free. For more information, visit: http://www.armoryarts.org/visit/ 


Friday Night Blind Tastings at Monopole Wine

Every Friday night! 

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The Playhouse District's Monopole Wine is a true gem of a store and tasting room... They invite everyone to join them on Friday night to "blind taste as many classic wines as you can muster (4 for $20)." If you guess the grape correctly in 3 out of 4, your tasting is FREE!

More info here... https://www.monopolewine.com/


Chamber Music Concert: Camerata Pacifica at Huntington Gardens

Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at 7:30 p.m

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The award-winning ensemble will perform Beethoven’s Piano Sonata No. 26 in E-flat Major Op. 81a ("Les Adieux"), and works by Messiaen, Ligeti, Britten, and Bartók. $56.

or call 805-884-8410.


Izakaya Part 2 Japanese Whisky Pairing

The Raymond 1886 | Wednesday, January 31, 2018 | 7 - 10:30 p.m.

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"A night of cocktails, food, and whisky ! Expand your knowledge while tasting through 7 very unique and rare Japanese Whiskies. Discover the unique flavors and characteristics of the individual whiskies, each paired meticulously by Sous Chef Eddie Cho's presentation of the popular Japanese Pubfood “IZAKAYA”.  We will cover history of Japanese Whisky and 1886 will feature 2 signature craft cocktails and round out the experience with dessert presentation by Pastry Chef Abby Peoples."


Let us know if there are any events that we missed or if there's an event you'd like to share!