The Stand

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The Stand

 

Having opened its doors in March off El Molino Avenue, this family-friendly locale is quickly making itself at home. The tech savvy eatery features digital menus that offer American classics like made-to-order original burgers and sandwiches with a unique twist.

 

Take advantage of the “design your dog” menu option that offers a variety of hot dogs and sausages to customize with over 20 plus condiments and toppings to choose from. For those seeking meatless options, The Stand’s extensive menu showcases a wide range of salads and sides.

 

There’s truly something for every taste. If you’re craving comfort food, the supremely decadent French onion soup burger (a French dip-French onion soup hybrid) will hit the spot with its perfectly cooked meat patty, double parmesan crusted bun, a double dose of onions (braised onions as well as crispy onion strings), gooey gruyere cheese, accompanied by a side of aus jus. On the much (much) lighter side, the seasame kale salad is a popular pick with heirloom tomatoes, chickpeas, sunflower seeds, bacon, feta Cheese, and a lemon sesame vinaigrette.

 

For a sweet finish, enjoy an old fashioned classic treat like a root beer float, ice cream sundae or sandwich, or seasonal cobbler with vanilla wafer crust.

 

L-D daily. 36 S. El Molino Ave., Pasadena, CA 91101, 626.714.7117 or thestandlink.com.

 

-S.S.

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