Wednesday: Breakfast for Dinner to benefit Mills 50 – with celebrity servers!



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Breakfast for Dinner to benefit Mills 50

It’s hard to think of eating an omelet or pancakes for dinner as truly transgressive – try eating dinner for breakfast, though, and you’ll get side-eye from a lot of people. But this isn’t about our habit of reheating beef chow fun in the office microwave before 9 a.m.; it’s about helping the Mills 50 Main Street District in its various neighborhood initiatives by allowing yourself to put the morning-meal peg in the night (pie) hole. Celebrity servers – including Ricky Ly of TastyChomps, city commissioners Patty Sheehan and Robert Stuart, and the fabulous Eureka Fish – will work the tables, but if you’re worried about your elected officials forgetting your preference for dry rye, not buttered English, don’t worry: “Competent servers who will make sure nothing gets screwed up” are promised to actually sling the hash. Seating is strictly limited to just 75, so reserve ASAP.

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Miss Eureka Fish is also on the Come out With Pride board!

5:30-7 p.m. Wednesday, March 5 | First Watch, 1414 N. Mills Ave. | RSVP to | $20



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