Free Food! FishTales on 33rd

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Want some free Shepards Pie today? Well you're in luck. FishTales on 33rd in Fort Lauderdale has one of the most delicious happy hour buffets in town.  From 4-7 pm, all drinks are two for one and the buffet features a different dish every day: Monday it's pasta, tacos every Tuesday, Thursday features pulled pork and Friday is peel and eat shrimp. This isn't some weak, reheated leftovers either; FishTales takes pride in even their free food. It's a good idea to skip cooking dinner tonight and head down to FishTales for a few drinks and a delicious meal that will cost you nothing but time.

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