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Today: Free Food at Cafe Brazil

We know what will make this below-freezing day bearable, and it isn't a Snuggie, although that would be pretty cool to have on a day like today. What you really need to get through today is free food, and Cafe Brazil has got you covered. Bring a printout of this page or show it to your server on your cool phone, and you'll receive a free spinach salad. The offer's available at all 10 locations, and you can redeem it anytime today. Now you've got lunch plans that don't involve a microwave or plastic utensils.

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