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Munch Madness championship: down to the wire

Posted by Devra First  April 5, 2010 04:16 PM

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Less than one hour remains in our Munch Madness restaurant tournament. It's down to Hungry Mother and East Coast Grill. Things are getting ugly. Over the weekend, the following arrived at East Coast Grill:

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Dead fish, a six-pack of Miller High Life, and a threatening note. "To ECG: Drop out of the contest now or you will really know what Hell Night is!"


Thumbnail image for head.bmpI received a message from Hungry Mother on Saturday. "Around 5:30 today Someone ...? sent [the note] to the East Coast Grill, with a box of beer and a fish skeleton ... then - by 6:15 as retaliation (they must have thought it was us - how dare they!?!) the East Coast Grill delivered us the prize pictured in the attached photo with a bottle of Fernet..." wrote co-owner Rachel Miller Munzer.

Yeah, that'd be a pig's head.

If this is just the run-up, what will happen when the victor is announced? The time to vote for your favorite rabble rouser is now.


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