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Geoff King got at me the other day to hip me to a great deal he came across.  Apparently the fairly fancy Franklin Square Wine Bar in Oakland  has an amazing happy hour where they give out delicious FREE appetizers.  When I asked what kind of food it was, he responded, “Cured meats, aioli-type stuff, olives, gourmet meatballs, brie, bread, jam . . .fancy pants stuff.”  Fancy pants stuff indeed Geoff!

Of course with all offers like this one must purchase a drink and FSWB does a white sangria for $6 during this happy hour.  Granted it’s not the cheapest drink in the world, but from the way the food sounds, it might just be worth it.  Thanks for the tip Geoff!

Franklin Square Wine Bar
2122 Broadway btw 21st & 22nd Sts.
Near the 19th St. BART
FREE Fancy Pants Appetizers

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1 Comment

  1. Sayre
    October 27, 2009 at 10:06 am — Reply

    Been to this. Place is good.

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