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THIS JUST IN: 50% Off Little Star Pizza AGAIN!!

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So remember a few weeks ago when Little Star Pizza on Divis did that awesome thing where they made their pizzas half off for the night?  Well guess what?  They are doing that shit again for the next THREE fucking nights from 5-6:30pm!

Yup, the folks at Viv are at it again and have a whole bunch of other specials that they are doing throughout SF in the next week or so.  Just check these out:

– 50% off any one pie at Little Star Pizza (Divisidero location) from 5 – 6:30 pm tonight (Dec 8th) through Thursday (Dec 10th). more details: http://bit.ly/6CLKKF
– 45%+ off at Loving Cup on Thur. Dec 10th, from 5 – 7pm. more details: http://bit.ly/7Xf35o
– 25% off all beer and wine at Real Food Company (Fillmore location only) Dec 12th 1 – 3pm.  more details: http://bit.ly/8BDIpp
– 50% off at That Takes the Cake Dec 16th 4 – 7pm. more details: http://bit.ly/8LB8wJ

Now it’s your turn to eat, drink and be merry, without spending all your loot.

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