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Just saw this over at DoTheBay and figured I’d share it with you all. I figure some of you work downtown and can get there in time to score one of these bits of deliciousness.

From DoTheBay:

Grammarly is partnering with the Señor Sisig Food Truck to host a free lunch. To coincide with its 10-year anniversary, and in honor of National Burrito Day, Grammarly will be giving away 244 signature Sisig Burrito dishes.

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Details:

Thursday, April 4 @ Noon
901 Mission Street location (on the corner of 5th and Mission)

So there you go! Enjoy!

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