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FREE Lunch at Trattoria 1910

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I’ve been sitting on this tip for awhile now.  The PR folks for Gallo Salame sent it to me like a month ago, but I wanted to wait publish it until it neared.  This is simply because I know you fuckers would probably forget about it and I don’t want you to miss a FREE meal.

To celebrate 100 years of business, Gallo Salame is doing a pop-up restaurant called Trattoria 1910 in which you’ll be getting a “vintage 1910 San Francisco dining experience”*.  But instead of rolling back their prices to period specific figures like Fior D’Italia did, their just giving out their food for FREE!  The grub includes: “Flavorful appetizers, authentic Italian sandwiches, pastas and much more, including decadent desserts”.

From May 28th-June 18th, FREE lunch will be served Tuesdays-Fridays from 11am-2pm and appetizers and snacks from 5-7pm.  The bad news is that all the lunch reservations are booked up.  The good news is that cat from the PR company assured me that walk-ins were accepted.

Trattoria 1910
90 Natoma St. @ 2nd St.
Tuesdays-Fridays, 5/28-6/18
11am-2pm & 5pm-7pm
FREE Food!!

*Wait a second, I hope it’s not too authentic of a 1910 dining experience because wouldn’t that mean that Blacks, Jews, and Chinese would have to use a side entrance or something?

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