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NEWLY-OPENED HOT SPOT EDWIN MILLS BY EQUATOR KICKS OFF THE SUPERBOWL

by Terry Miller
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Two Of The Best Brunches Under One Roof In Old Pasadena – The American Breakfast and the Dim Sum Brunch – Go Head To Head During Superbowl Weekend

January 28, 2015, Pasadena – Looking for a new and exciting restaurant and bar to kick off this weekend’s Superbowl Festivities? Enter Edwin Mills by Equator, the sophisticated new gastropub-isque restaurant and bar that opened its deep-rooted doors earlier last week! People are encouraged to make reservations at www.edwinmills.com.

But you better bring your game face, hunger and commitment to having fun, because Edwin Mills has not one but two of the best brunches in town that come complete with $10 Bottomless Mimosas!

Guests are able to choose options from either the American Breakfast Brunch or the Dim Sum Brunch, a nod to its former Equator Café that was kept on the new menu per customers’ requests.

American Breakfast begins at $9.00 with two eggs any style, house potatoes, toast, applewood smoked bacon. There are also power plate options available as well as additional sides.

The Dim Sum Brunch features a wide selection Asian fare for $3.00 each including Har Gow, Crystal Shrimp Dumplings, Pork Siu Mai, Shrimp Siu Mai, Vegetable Egg Rolls, Steamed B.B.Q. Pork Bun, Pan Fried Pork and Chicken Dumplings, Tempura Shrimp and much more.

Pre-game coverage and the Superbowl will be airing on big screens throughout the restaurant which is an enticing blend of old and new which provides a haven for locals and visitors who desire a comforting space, complete with exposed brick and wood beam ceilings, which are filled with history, art, quality cocktails, craft beers and a new urban American menu with a gastro-pub tavern style.

Located in the heart of Old Pasadena, at the intersection of Mills Place and Edwin Alley, the opening of the rebranded and aptly-renamed modern tavern (formerly Equator Café) also marks the long-revered venue’s 22nd anniversary at 22 Mills Place.

Built in 1894, the site of Edwin Mills, by Equator, began as the China Palace. Its storied past includes housing a thriving marketplace, a stable, a mechanic shop, a storage space, and, ultimately, in 1993, Equator Café. Under the creative guidance of Teddy B. and his commitment to the community, Equator has steadily matured from a popular coffee shop to Old Pasadena’s first hookah bar, an internet café and finally, to this hidden-gem-of-a-landmark, restaurant and bar.

Edwin Mills, by Equator, is open Monday through Wednesday from 4:00pm and Thursday through Sunday beginning at 10:00am. Phone number is (626) 564-8656. More information can be found at www.edwinmills.com. Please like and follow Edwin Mills on Facebook as well as on Twitter and Instagram at @edwinmills with #edwinmills.

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