Step into a piece of history at Russell's, the perfect spot in Old Pasadena to enjoy the ambiance of an upscale diner featuring an array of popular American-French cuisine. Opened in 1930 by Frank Gale, Russell's offers charming red barstool seating and wooden booths with a sense of grandeur. The restaurant is renowned for its breakfasts served until 4:00 p.m. and weekend brunches highlighted by blood-orange mimosas. Coming out of the kitchen, discover classic favorites such as pancakes, Belgian waffles, French toast, croque-monsieurs and medames, omelettes, bistro classics, pasta, rice, famous burgers, and sandwiches. Special low carb platters are also a great option as they include the option of chicken, pork loin, grilled salmon, grilled burger patty, and a 8 oz. New York strip steak.
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