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What else should you know before moving to Passadena?
Among the countless reasons why people love living in Pasadena, Maryland, residents most often rave about the tasty restaurants, everyday conveniences and plethora of opportunities for outdoor fun! Plus, being located near Route 100, 2, 97 and 695, means easy access for commuters who travel to D.C., Annapolis and Baltimore.
Heading out early? Grab your morning brew at Starbucks or Dunkin’ Donuts to start your day on the right foot. Then, when you’re not at work, spend time enjoying your home’s waterfront views, eating at your favorite restaurants, shopping, or spending time outside.
Grab breakfast with friends and visitors at a local favorite like Cookies Kitchen, where the quirky decor changes with the seasons, the staff is friendly, and the experience has a small town feel. Have dinner at Primo Pasta Kitchen, which offers a charming dine-in experience with great drinks and perfectly cooked steaks. Takeout from 1978 Pizza is a great choice, if you’re in the mood for a night in. And don’t forget dessert! Ask any resident about their favorite spot for ice cream, and you will most likely hear them say The Daily Scoop, because the homemade ice cream is delicious and the flavors change daily.
Heading out for an evening of fun in Pasadena? Mutiny Pirate Bar is the top karaoke spot and has a small outdoor patio for dining outside in the warmer months. If you’re looking for a quieter night out, you might try the Nautical Lounge instead. The Riviera Beach Fire Department also hosts food trucks during the warmer months and occasionally sells drool-worthy pit beef sandwiches to fundraise for the department.
In fact, Pasadena offers plenty of fun and unique things to do. For instance, you can explore your creative side at Pic-N-Paint Pottery or Artsy Partsy. In the warmer months, try the snowball stands! Anyone growing up or living in Pasadena, Maryland, will tell you that this is one of their favorite summer memories. There are more flavors than you can try in one summer...and marshmallow on top is a must!
Don’t forget, Pasadena, Maryland, is an area that offers ample shopping including chain stores like Walmart, Giant, Home Depot, Hobby Lobby, DSW, Ulta, and Homegoods. There are also some great independently owned stores that are adored by the locals. Grab what you need at The Green Valley Marketplace and then stop by the bakery for a tasty treat. Wear it Again Sam is a fun consignment store where shoppers often find great deals on toys. Plus, this store does it’s part to uplift the community by giving back locally whenever they can. For the antique collectors, visit Antiques on the Go, which is a multi-vendor shop, or try Lakeshore Antiques.
Last but not least, there are several parks to explore, including Downs Park with it’s gorgeous Chesapeake Bay views and a dog beach, where you can take your pup for a swim. Lake Waterford Park has a lovely lake and offers recreational areas, natural areas, and an accessible playing field. Even golf-lovers have options! Choose between the Compass Pointe Golf Course and the Pasadena Golf Center to book a tee time that works for you.
If we had to sum up life in Pasadena, Maryland with just one word, we’d pick, well-rounded. What do you think? Ready to settle down in a town that offers a little bit of everything? All you need is the perfect home. Get your home search started today!