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Del Frisco's Exclusive Lunch Offerings

Let's face it, business lunches suck. There's nothing more you'd rather do during your one hour away from the office than dine with coworkers or your boss, right? You can't always avoid the dreaded lunch with the boss, but at least you can get a good meal out of it. Today and Friday, Del Frisco's is opening its doors for lunch, and you can get a salad, filet mignon and sides for $24. The steakhouse also be serving select entrees and appetizers from the dinner menu, plus desserts and stiff drinks for the boss man. Since you're such a good employee, you deserve a steak and a scotch. Watch the drinking though, because there's nothing worse than asking your boss to drive your drunk ass back to work.

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