Free Lunch at Goldfinger Palm Beach

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I was going to tell you about how to get a free drink at a strip club by printing out a coupon off of a Craigslist event posting, but that promotion expired yesterday, tough luck. Instead I'll tell you where to go for free lunch with bare naked ladies.

Here are three promotions advertised by Goldfinger Palm Beach (8340 Resource Dr., West Palm Beach) through their website.

  • Late Night Complimentary Buffet - Friday & Saturday 2am-4am
  • Free Lunch - Monday through Saturday - 12 noon - 2:30pm
  • Daily Happy Hour Buffet - 4pm - 7pm


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Join the New Times community and help support independent local journalism in South Florida.


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