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THIS JUST IN! FREE Lunch at Poleng Lounge Sept. 14th & 15th!

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Whenever someone tells me there is no such thing as a free lunch, I say POPPYCOCK! With all of the shit going on with the economy, restaurants are getting smart with their marketing ploys. Poleng Lounge is no different. Though I have ridden past this establishment many times and have heard very little about it, they are now offering lunch and tea service during the week. To promote their new service, they are giving away free lunches to the first 50 people that show up during the week. Considering the proximity of the USF campus, there is a chance you might have to wait in line, but for delicious, asian fusion that’s free, it will be totally worth it!

* The fine people over at City Search just informed us that the deal is now running until 9/19.

Poleng Lounge
1751 Fulton St near Masonic [Western Addition/NOPA]
Monday, September 14th and Tuesday, September 15th
FREE LUNCH, BITCHES! [First 50 Customers]
Lunch Service: 11am-4pm

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