Marston's | Pasadena and vicinity | American, Coffeehouse | Restaurant
At breakfast, Marston's serves exactly the sort of food a missionary might crave after a stint in rural Peru: thin, buckwheat-based blueberry pancakes, nut-crammed macadamia pancakes and thick, applewood-smoked bacon. Marston's may be a little Calvinist in its hours, perhaps guided by the notion that laggards don't deserve to eat anything as good as its golden, cornflake-breaded French toast.

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Price: $
Payment Type: MasterCard, Visa

Parking: Lot Available

Reservations: Not Necessary

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