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FREE Mission Frito Pie Now at Evelyn Lee Every Thursday

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So remember how I was working at Dear Mom every Wednesday for awhile? It was super awesome and I loved seeing all your shining faces there, but I’ve changed things up a little bit. I’m now at Dear Mom on Saturdays and at Evelyn Lee on Thursdays. And let me tell you, Thursdays are gonna be awesome! Not only are drinks cheap, but Oliver and I have decided to give out FREE Mission Frito Pies every Thrusday when we work (and while supplies last)!

What’s a Mission Frito Pie? I’m glad you asked. A Frito Pie is a Texas thing where a serving of Fritos is topped with chili and nacho cheese. While those are great, I’ve decided to put a Mission style twist on it. We’re adding chicharrones, as well as hot sauce like Tapatio or Cholula, to the mix. Honestly, I just tried some and it was amazing. Possibly the best drunk food ever. And we’re giving them out totally FREE.

So, I’m assuming I’ll start seeing all you lovely people on Thursday nights now? I mean, not only are you getting FREE Mission Frito Pies, you can geta shot and a beer for $6. See you soon.

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