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Thursday, April 3, 2008

Afternoon Delight: The Three Martini Lunch At Scala

Posted By on Thu, Apr 3, 2008 at 11:11 AM


For those among us who usually end up with a sub sandwich and a soda for lunch but secretly wish for more something a little more extravagant, by which I mean boozy, Scala Bistro (432 Powell) has the answer in the Three Martini Lunch. Through April, a cool $50 will snag you all the necessary supplies: Caesar salad, grilled flat iron steak with "Cafe de Paris" butter and pomme frites, a small dessert and -- as promised -- three martinis with your choice of Stoli, Kettle One, Tanqueray, or Bombay Sapphire. Just remember to pick up some breath mints on your way back to the office, if you can still walk. (via Thrillist)

-- B.B.

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