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Piñon Grill Now Offering Quick Three-Course Power Lunch Special

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If you're like much of the working world, lunch tends to consist of pizza or some other uninspiring delivery option consumed at your desk, while working.

Obviously, it will satiate your hunger, but it's only adding to the stress -- and it probably shows.

For the sake of your own mental health and the people around you, you really should take a break.

Piñon Grill is now offering a three-course power lunch special for those looking to take a short sabbatical from the rat race.

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For $17 per person, working professionals (and anyone else looking for a quick deal) can get a three-course power lunch served within the confines of a lunch break.

The deal includes a house salad, entree with side, soft drink, and two chocolate chip cookies.

Entrees range from comfort fare to health-conscious. Selections include prime burger with fries, veggie burger with fries, BBQ salmon with kale salad, spinach and mushroom quesadilla with fries, grilled chicken sandwich with fries, and grilled chicken caesar wrap with peanut and ginger cole slaw.

To get diners in and back to work in a relaxed fashion, the restaurant guarantees all meals will be served within 30 minutes or less after your initial drink order has been taken by a server. If it take more than 30 minutes, Piñon Grill will pick up half your tab.

The Power Lunch Menu is available Monday through Friday from 11:30am to 3:00pm.

Piñon Grill is located at 6000 Glades Road, Ste. 1390 in Boca Raton. Call 561-391-7770, or visit pinongrill.com.

Follow Sara Ventiera on Twitter, @saraventiera.



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