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11.01.2004

Food For Your Vote

After you've gotten your $1 glass of wine at the Ferry Building, why not stroll over to RNM where they are holding an election night special. Thanks to Le Blog de San Francisco, we learn that you can get a three course meal for $26 if you can prove you voted on Tuesday. RNM is a swanky and incredibly pricey meal, so this offer is especially sweet.

Comments (3)

11.01.04 at 7:38 AM

I hope all these places accept the voting stub from absentee ballots, since I voted, but not on Tuesday.

10.23.14 at 2:14 AM

Perform 40 minutes of morning cardio. A piece of turkey or sting cheese or
low-sugar yogurt for a snack.

10.23.14 at 2:26 AM

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