Pasadena's seen more than its share of restaurant closures in the past year or so and it seemed like those storefronts were staying empty. But good news on the horizon as a slate of new dining spots will be opening up in the next six months.
In Old Pasadena, newly opened Choza Mama will be joined by an outpost of the Malaysian bakery/coffee shop Pappa Rich, and a new Baskin-Robbins. The triumphant return of Bob's Big Boy awaits South Lake Avenue while over at Paseo Colorado, Meridian Restaurant is looking at a March 2010 opening in a former Amadeus Spa space.
Info and photos, check it out. [BrighamYen]