Crossings of South Pasadena Curates Refreshing, Creative Plates

Crossings restaurant shopping at the south pasadena farmers market for fresh ingredients
Flavor abounds at South Pasadena’s Crossings restaurant, a community cornerstone which features refined New American dishes. Photos courtesy of Crossings, Chef Malone and by Camille Lozano

The taste of a Sunflower petal is surprisingly layered, citrusy and spicy, earthy—though not startlingly overwhelming. At Crossings, a stunning New American restaurant housed in South Pasadena’s historical Edwards & Faw building, customers are increasingly getting a taste of bold, natural flavors like these petals sourced from the beloved weekly farmers’ market on Mission Street—a conscious move away from the classic American menu which the restaurant opened with.

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