Best Pasadena Spots For A Guys' Night Out

Best Pasadena Spots For A Guys' Night Out

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From mowing down on a steak to chugging a carefully crafted cocktail, here are the best places for a guys' night out in Pasadena.

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    The Easter colors reflect in a Margarita mixed with Pueblo Viejo. Get yours here at Magnolia House! -- Pueblo Viejo Tequila via Foursquare
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    50/50 with grilled onions, mushrooms, and swiss with garlic aioli, side of fried mac n cheese, beers, and a toasted marshmallow and candied pecan milkshake. Ask for Donny! He's great! -- Stephanie G via Foursquare
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    The pastrami chili cheese fries is BOMB. Just be sure to split it with a friend for it is too much for one person to eat! -- Michael Kwon via Foursquare
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    Find some of the most tender steaks in the city, especially the Flintstone-sized porterhouse, which clocks in at 2 1/2 lbs. Recommended sides include jalapeño-corn souffle & garlic mashed potatoes. -- Los Angeles via Foursquare
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    This Japanese drinking bar offers 50% off large sake bottles on Tuesdays. They also have a huge menu of over 20 items under $5 during happy hour, from 9-11 every night. They also offer $7 pitchers. -- Cheapism via Foursquare
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    Make sure everyone in your party shows up on time, they won't seat you until then. -- Eric Wu via Foursquare
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    Karaoke on Fridays is fun, but the servers are not. Food even slacks during that time, like they feel bothered to prepare items properly. Tasted 2 different sauces on our food. -- Barry Lightner via Foursquare
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    The combo with bbq tri tip & garlic lemon boneless chicken is amazing. Comes with a salad & garlic breadsticks. The cartwheel salad withh added garlic ceasar dressing is fabulous! If you are not starv -- Melody Faith Clark Curzon via Foursquare
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    Has anyone else noticed that all the food runners are all large-chested females?! Not complaining, but...what's up with that?? Is Hook the new, more subtle version of Hooters? -- Trevor Eyster via Foursquare
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    sits literally feet from the Gold Line Del Mar station. This place is really cute and hip. Great beer selection. If you're on the Metro Gold Line, this is a must stop, convenient and easy. -- Jose Escobar via Foursquare
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    It must be hard competing with In-N-Out, but this restaurant has been holding its own since 1963. Waitresses who know you by name and a perfectly seared patty indicate precisely why. -- Epicurious via Foursquare
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    Food was great. Wonderful burgers and tasty fries. And the staff here were really nice! Even made a special - seasoning free - plain patty for our puppy. :) -- Kat H via Foursquare
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