The design of the Parkway Grill is a study in casual sophistication, striking a perfect balance between elegance and rustic approachability. At one end of the entrance lies a clubby, wood-clad lounge with live piano music and a constant gathering of fun-filled patrons enjoying appetizers and classic cocktails. At the other, a dining room set off by an expansive barrel roof and its exposed beams plays host to occasions business and social with equal grace.
Parkway Grill's exhibition kitchen features a Mesquite Burning Grill and Oakwood Burning Oven, one of the very first of its kind in Los Angeles. Both are essential in helping create Parkway's Award-winning American Regional Cuisine.
The expansive bar at Parkway Grill is an original from 1920's Chicago that was transported to Pasadena in the early 1980's—a handsome representation of the Rose City's Midwestern roots. Amidst the dark wood motifs are top-shelf liquors, aperitifs, and a broad selection of wines served by the glass. Comprised of upwards of three thousand bottles, Parkway's award-winning wine cellar has been recognized by recognized by Wine Spectator since 1999.