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Don't be embarrassed to take a coupon with you to dinner. It's 2009; all signs in the media point to spend, but your wallet is telling you to save. Compromise. Short Order supports your quest to use web-based deals as a means of making yourself feel all right about spending money you probably don't have. We scoured the Internet to find you this deal. Go to Moshi 2 Premium Sushi and Tapas (7232 Biscayne Blvd., Miami) after 4 p.m., order an entree, present this coupon, and get a complimentary "Chef's weekly appetizer." Enjoy!

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