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Pasadena , CA United States

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and the businesses in Old Pasadena have a sweet and romantic week in store to help you celebrate with your special someone, gal pals, or family members. Get creative with hands-on workshops, make reservations at a romantic restaurant, pick up a floral bouquet, or take advantage of the numerous sweet-treat stops found throughout the district!

Some highlights for Valentine’s Day Week – see our website for more:

Hands-on Fun

  • Color Me Mine – A variety of studio workshops & fun, FEB 11-14. 81 S. Fair Oaks Avenue
  • Duff’s Cakemix – Bring a date and decorate a cake for two! FEB 14. 165 S. De Lacey Avenue
  • Neon Retro Arcade – Treat your date to buy one, get one half-off admission, FEB 14 – 28 S. Raymond Avenue
  • Paper Source – Galentine’s Mixers, FEB 9 & 10 – 163 W. Colorado Blvd.
  • We Olive – Banter & Bliss Candle Workshop, FEB 14 – 32 E. Colorado Blvd.

Romantic Dining on February 14

  • Kabuki Japanese – Dine-in specials and cocktails (FEB 8-15) – 88 W. Colorado Blvd.
  • Maestro Restaurant – “Amor a la Mexicana Dinner” with acoustic music & roses – 110 E. Union Street
  • POP Champagne – Partnering with The Bunker Experience for discounts & sparkling wine – 33 E. Union Street
  • Sage Vegan Bistro – Special four-course menu – 41 Hugus Alley, One Colorado
  • Vertical Wine Bistro – Special four-course menu & live music with Dean Parra – 70 N. Raymond Avenue

Flowers & Gifts

  • Gold Bug – Take 20% of select designer collections, FEB 1-28 – 34 E. Union Street in Kendall Alley
  • Midori Matcha Café Floral Pop-up – Custom floral arrangements to go, created by Hana by Hannah, FEB 14 – 165 S. De Lacey Avenue
  • The Soap Kitchen – Individually wrapped soaps and gift baskets – 25 N. Fair Oaks Avenue
  • Twigzz – Family-owned flower shop, creating exceptional arrangements for any occasion – 40 Smith Alley, One Colorado

Sweet-treat Stops

  • The Pie Hole – Offering raspberry-filling champagne pie holes for just $1.50. Feb 14 – Indiana Colony, 59 E. Colorado Blvd.
  • Vanilla Bake Shop – Made to order pastries, cakes, & cookies for the holiday – 88 E. Colorado Blvd.
  • Mignon Chocolate – Melt-in-your-mouth confections made locally by a third-generation chocolatier – 6 E. Holly Street
  • Dots Cupcakes – Beautifully decorated creations in mini or regular sizes – 21 N. Fair Oaks Avenue.
  • Paradis Ice Cream – Grab a “Love Box” to take home! – 16 S. Fair Oaks Avenue

Find many more promotions and special events on our website!

Finally, February 14 will bring a few delightful surprises to visitors in the district between 11:00am and 3:00pm. Look for special guest characters who will warm your heart and visit with our Ambassador Guides, who have treats for all!

For more information, visit www.oldpasadena.org/valentinesday or call (626) 356-9725.

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