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Free Belgian waffles anyone?

Posted by Rachel Kossman  November 7, 2011 06:38 PM

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Ever since one of my Her Campus Northeastern writers wrote a feature earlier this year on Saus, the new Belgian frites cafe in downtown Boston, I've been meaning to try it out.

Now, I have no reason to put off the experience any longer, because from now until November 13th (this Sunday) ScoutMob is offering users a free (that's right, free) Belgian waffle & topping.

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This pommes frites shop offers sweet Belgian waffles and salty, Belgian style frites (also available as Poutine), plus delectable sounding dipping sauces - Saturday Night Chive or Ole Chipotle anyone? Of course, I'm even more infatuated with the shop because one of the co-founders, Tanya Kropinicki, graduated from my Alma mater, Northeastern University, in 2008. Bonus - Saus is open until 2 AM on Fridays and Saturdays and until midnight on Thursdays. Late night snack after a night at the bars in Faneuil hall? Yes please!

If that doesn't sell you, check out their Yelp reviews, which definitely speak for themselves. Not a member of ScoutMob? Sign up now, for free - all you need to do is provide your email address and then download the mobile application to your smartphone.

Have you been? Are you planning on going? What's your favorite sauce on the menu? Have you used ScoutMob before? Comment!

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Rachel Kossman is a California girl and New England transplant who graduated from Northeastern University in 2011. She has a penchant for discovering new restaurants and bars, devouring Mexican food, More »

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