Parkway Grill Review
This influential restaurant (once referred to as the Spago of Pasadena) sports all-American fixtures like exposed brick walls, a carved wooden bar, and a prominent fireplace. The food wanders farther afield, incorporating influences from Italy to Japan. In one sitting you might have black bean soup or a tiger-shrimp corn dog with Thai aīoli, then filet mignon with a wild mushroom ragout or whole fried catfish with a yuzu–ponzu sauce. Don't pass up s'mores for dessert.
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