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Welcome to Marston's! Marston's offers Classic American Cuisine in a friendly home-style setting. Executive Chef Jim McCardy has been a chef for twenty years at several fine restaurants in Southern California. He most recently worked for the OjaiValley Inn & Spa as their executive sous chef.
Breakfast & Lunch
"Breakfasts are the bomb" at this Pasadena "institution" (and its newer Valencia spin-off) where "fresh, tasty" American fare comes served in a "quaint" "old-fashioned cottage" by a "personable" crew; just know, "it's mobbed on weekends", so "come early" or try it for lunch.
If Aunt Bea had set out to conquer the Mayberry restaurant scene, she would have built a charming little cottage just like this. With its railed porch, frilly curtains and dried flowers, this homey eatery exudes warmth. Otis Marston and wife Sally opened their eponymous restaurant just north of Old Town in 1988, and Jim McCardy has run Marston’s since 2001. For breakfast, the old-fashioned...
Came to Marston's for brunch but missed it by 6 minutes! 11:36am. Had to settle for lunch and it was just okay in my opinion. I ordered a pretty standard...
Out of this world French Toast - our table shared that and I had the pulled pork eggs benedict. It was probably the best breakfast I have ever had. We got...
Marston's Restaurants can be found at E Walnut St 151. The following is offered: Restaurants: Breakfast. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Pasadena there are 8 other Restaurants: Breakfast . An overview can be found here.
Breakfast/Brunch: This cottage-like eatery offers the best breakfast and brunch options in Pasadena. Delight in sourdough French toast rolled in corn flakes, spinach-and-bacon omelets, macadamia-nut pancakes, and chicken-cilantro sausage while taking comfort in the pleasant Western-themed decor and friendly service. There may be a wait on weekends, but the rewards are handsome.
Where to Sit: The front porch may remind you of Grandma's house, but the roar of traffic passing by on Walnut Street won't. Take a table inside.
The Extras: The restaurant opens some Fridays from 6pm to 9:30pm for special cooking classes and holiday meals.
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