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Hophead Jesse Hughey disappeared last week. Then empties of Buckler and Mike's Hard Lemonade began arriving at my desk--every hour on the hour. You guessed it: the diabolical fiends in marketing were using him as "insurance" to make certain I post this promo...

So here goes: If you're not receiving Hot off the Grill, our weekly email newsletter, you probably don't know what's going on at Eatzi's tonight or how Maguire's can cheapen your date...um, poor choice of words there.

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