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Monday, April 16, 2012

Weeklong Tax Day Happy Hour at Credo's Pizzeria: 99-Cent Pizza for the 99 Percent

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Reward yourself after tax season with a 99 cent pizza -  JAKE M./YELP
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  • Reward yourself after tax season with a 99 cent pizza

What: Tax Day Happy Hour

Where: Credo Restaurant, 360 Pine (at Montgomery)

When: Monday, April 16 through Friday, April 20, 2:30 to 6 p.m.

Cost: Pizzas cost $.99 with purchase of a glass of wine or cocktail

The Rundown: Tax season is finally at an end on Monday (unless you've filed for an extension, in which case, you're not invited). In honor of the 99 percent who paid their extensive, regressive dues to the government, Credo is offering 99-cent pizzas to guests who purchase any glass of wine or Tax Day-inspired cocktails at regular price ($10 to $16). What are Tax Day-inspired cocktails? We don't know, but we want to find out.

The elite 1 percent is also invited for the happy hour, but they will be forced to pay an entire dollar instead of 99 cents for one of Credo's delectable pizza specials. Credo says "'One Percenters' will be identified based on a set of highly scientific criteria posted at the Credo bar throughout the week."

"One Percenters" at Credo will be easy to identify, as they will be moaning and groaning at Credo's decision to open up the exclusive downstairs dining area (usually a 1 Percenter's stomping grounds). There, the 99 percent will be welcome to "gather to commiserate about the regressive U.S. tax code over drinks and small plates."

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