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Fritz: $7 for Big Delicious Meal plus Nana Cayummi

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I was walking down Valencia yesterday on my way to drop some SF books off at Therapy, when I passed by Fritz.  Every time I’ve gone by there recently I’ve noticed a big sign in the window that says something about $7 lunches.  Usually I’m either not hungry or don’t have time to stop, but the timing worked out perfectly yesterday so I finally got to check it out.  And I ‘m glad I did.


For $7, including tax, I got a big open faced chicken/avo/cheese/goodness sandwich, a glass of lemonade, a salad, AND some kind of magical banana/chocolate chip desert.  I don’t even think you can get that much at Mickey D’s for $7.  But what makes this awesome, is that the food was super good.  


Wait, what’s that face you’re making?  Did you just say you don’t like sandwiches?  You’re really fucking twisted, but don’t worry Fritz has you covered.  You can get a huge salad or crepe for the same price too (I think at the Hayes Valley location the deal is only for sandwiches though).


If you wanna catch this deal, just head to either Fritz location between 11 am and 2 pm because it’s a lunchtime deal.


Also, on a completely unrelated note you NEED to listen to the song “Dona Olimpia” by Nana Cayummi, it’s cripplingly beautiful.  Check this out and tell me what you think and if you speak Portuguese, tell me what the hell it’s about:   



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