Tartine Pasadena in Pasadena (Photos, Menu, Reviews & Ratings)

Tartine Pasadena

Address: 277 W Green St, Pasadena, CA 91105

Phone: (626) 282-1981


Menu: View Online

Rating: 4.1

Website: https://tartinebakery.com/los-angeles/tartine-pasadena

What Time Does Tartine Pasadena Open?

Saturday,: 8AM to 4PM

Sunday,: 8AM to 4PM

Monday,: 8AM to 4PM

Tuesday,: 8AM to 4PM

Wednesday,: 8AM to 4PM

Thursday,: 8AM to 4PM

Friday,: 8AM to 4PM

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Tartine Pasadena Reviews

J. Dianne Dotson

While the morning bun is attractive, it’s not the best. It was very tough on the outside and doughy in the middle. A misfire. Coffee very acrid.
I’m very disappointed in the price. That morning bun is $5 alone.
Still, it’s good to have another bakery in Pasadena. I likely won’t seek this one out again, however.

regis kwong

Have you heard of Tartine bakery? If not, should head over to the newly opened Tartine in Pasadena and try their pastries and breads and then you know why you should definitely know this bakery. They are famous for their artisan pastry and breads. In fact, Tartine was on Neflix’s second season Chef Show. In the show, Chad Robertson, the co-owner showed the TV host Jon Fareau and Roy Choi how to make sourdough bread.

Every time I go to San Francisco, I have to visit Tartine to get their croissant and sourdough sandwich even though I have to wait in a long line. The bread truly is spectacular, with incredible flavor and texture that may just ruin mass-produced sliced bread for visitors who fall in love with the good stuff. Tartine’s San Francisco cafe is a carb-lover’s paradise, with multiple different types of delicious rustic and classic French bread recipes baked up fresh daily. When I heard that Tartine is opening a bakery in Pasadena, I was excited and looking forward to its opening.

I finally got a chance to visit the bakery today after church. Got myself a regular and an Almond croissant, a sourdough turkey sandwich for my wife and a cup of coffee and ice tea. The croissants are heavenly. They are very butterly and crispy. I loved the multilayer structure of the croissant. That’s indication of a good crafted pastry.

No wonder Tartine has won so many awards. With technical prowess and refined creativity leading to delicious results, Tartine has won a number of prestigious food awards. It won a James Beard Award for excellence in baking and pastry, and it’s regularly named to “best of” lists in the Bay Area and for the United States as a whole.

So now that Tartine is here locally with locations throughout LA, we don’t have to go to SF in order to get the taste of the famous and delicious breads and pastries.

Susanna SS

Love the flaky pain au jambon, the salty ham is baked both inside and outside the bread . We also like the pan au chocolate and morning bun. The lemon tart, crumb cake with seasonal jam and lemon tea cake are ok. It’s a tad more expensive than other Pasadena bakeries.

Yü Wu

Great vibe at this Tartine in Pasadena on a Sunday morning. The line is a bit long and it was hard to find a seat though. My quiche was average.

Brandon Keenan

Glad to have a location closer to home. Whenever I have time I grab a loaf of bread and some ham and cheese croissants. Incredible quality but you pay for it.

Susan Nemetz-delaLoza

Love Tartine! Finally a place that makes a proper flat white! Everything we’ve tried has been yummy; from the delicious creamy citrus filled hand pies, to awesome brownies and delicious sandwiches. We have not been disappointed and look forward to our visits!


This place has a comfortable, neighborhood hang out vibe with a constant flow of patrons waiting for their morning pick me up and, if you so desire, excellent breakfast. I would suggest the egg sandwich with a cup of coffee and fill it with bacon or keep it vegetarian and a simple slice of avocado, or both! Which is what I did. You won’t regret it. This breakfast sandwich is on another level. I would describe it to you but I think you should just go experience it for yourself. Best breakfast sandwich I’ve ever had. Bar none. And I LOVE food.


Bread, croissants and jam are tasty and better than at most other bakeries. Location is mixed. Beautiful trees, but the tables outside are not very cozy and seem improvised, at odds with the architecture. Sometimes you catch the smell of cooked meat and chicken from the nearby supermarket. All this for a steep cost.

Alessandro Frati

Love the Tartine experience, quality here is consistent although this location is not the best.

TReed White

Tartine is designed as a place locals can go for lattes, croissants, sandwiches, and soup, and beautiful pastries. If you are a lover of Morning Buns this seems to be the only place east of Los Angeles to get them, but Tartine makes their Morning Buns with a twist — literally. They use orange zest along with the butter, cinnamon, and sugar that goes into the classic Morning Bun. If you like orange marmalade, you will like these.
They also make ham-and-cheese croissants that are very good. Their version of almond croissants are to split open a plain croissant and spread almonds and frangipane between the two halves. I, personally, prefer almond croissants that are baked with almond paste in them.
The bakery also bakes delicious breads that are for sale; some of the sourdough is available in half-loaves, and it is absolutely one of the best sourdoughs around.
Seating is all outdoors. A stress-free atmosphere to sit and eat a readymade tuna sandwich on the aforementioned sourdough or a custom grilled cheese and other delights.
It’s in the heart of Pasadena’s “Millionaires’ Row”, so it is definitely aimed at an upscale clientele, but it’s still affordable for a light brunch or lunch.

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