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BBQ Burgers, hotdogs, brats, chips, and pop. Only $3.00 Wednesday, April 7 th 11:30-12:15 Harrington 120
BBQ Burgers, hotdogs, brats, chips, and pop. Only $3.00 Wednesday, April 7 th 11:30-12:15 Harrington 120 Invite a freshman
Price Sheet 1 Meal (Burger. 2 dogs, or brat, chips, and pop)$ Double Burger Meal (2 patty burger, chips, and pop)$4.25 Extra burger or brat$1.50 Extra hotdog$0.75 Low Carb (2 meat no bun)$2.75 Bacon Double Cheese Burger (trial offer) $4.50 *no pop -.50 *no chips-.50
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