Get the door, it's the liquor store
Pasadena may technically be a close suburb of Los Angeles, but don’t be too quick to judge. Pasadena is very much a distinct locale; you can easily cruise down the 110 for a Dodgers game or a Hollywood premiere, but Pasadena has top-notch sports and culture within its own city... limits. The famous Rose Bowl Stadium is situated right in town after all. Pasadena homes are largely historical, so you won’t find the constant construction that clogs LA. The real estate is arguably high, but when you consider the surrounding cities in the San Gabriel Valley region, Pasadena proves relatively reasonable. This is a place for families and young professionals who seek the benefits of Southern California (hello sunshine) without having to compromise on a sense of community and access to nature. With neighborhood names like Daisy Villa, Historic Highlands and Bungalow Heaven, it’s easy to see why most folks might want to stay at home. Drizly is all about balancing big-city perks with local appeal; after all, you can order from a huge, curated collection of beer, wine and spirits without having to leave your backyard.