This food hall housed in a turn-of-the-century brick building is Pasadena's low-key answer to Grand Central Market. While you're there, snack on ice cream sandwiches from Coolhaus, order a slice of pie (sans those crazy Arts District waiting times) at the Pie Hole, find a new cleanse at Pressed Juicery, peruse succulents from Gilly Flowers or smell loose leaf teas and spices at Le Souk. The hall is also attached to Old Town's Intelligentsia.
|Venue name:||Indiana Colony|
55-61 Colorado Blvd
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I've really grown to treasure this Old Town food market. Sure, it's not as eventful as say Grand Central Market, but that's what keeps it great; it's a delicious, low-key alternative to weekend crowds that descend upon Pasadena. It's also the best way to get a slice from the Pie Hole without having to wait in that awful Arts District line or an ice cream sandwich from Coolhaus without food truck queues.