Soccer in America – Lucky Baldwins in Pasadena
Written By: isps|
Mar 22, 2015
Beans and I rolled out to one of our favorite soccer pubs, Lucky Baldwin’s in Pasadena, to check out arch rivals Liverpool and Manchester United square off this morning. We thought it would be a rough one to watch anywhere because of the 6.30a start here on the west coast, but the good folks at LB opened up at 6a. You’ve seen the game so you know how it turned out.
This moment though, was one for the ages. The kid being held like “a trophy fish” apparently turned 30 and wanted this to happen after the win. Man United supporters obliged. And now we have video of it forever.
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When we got there in the morning 6.15ish am pacific, it was already a packed house!
Lucky Baldwins British Pub & Cafe was opened in July 1996 by English owners David Farnworth and Peggy Simonian, who turned a run down business into the beer haven it is today. It is located in the heart of Old Town Pasadena, in one of the oldest buildings in town.
If you are close and looking for a pub, go here.
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