Favorite haunt of Sir Paul McCartney, Bob Barker, Alec Baldwin and plenty of other notable names, Fort Lauderdale's Sublime restaurant is a beacon of meatless eating for vegans and omnivores alike. The best part of all about this award-winning eatery (besides the amazing food) is that 100% of their profits support animal welfare.
And while their cruelty-free cuisine is worth every penny, it isn't cheap. That's why their Black Friday deal is especially awesome -- half off gift cards. So if you've never had the bucks to shell out for a meal there, now's your chance.
There's a limit of $250 in card value per customer, and a $3 processing fee per card. But still, that's $53 for a $100 worth of delicious eats.
For those who haven't been lucky enough to experience Sublime's superlative cuisine, you can spend your deeply discounted dollars sampling fritto misto (an Asian-style fried cauliflower), vegetable lasagne, melt-in-your-mouth coconut cake and a whole host of other options. Plus, bask in the gorgeous decor that includes mini waterfalls, skylights, trees and a super-zen quality about it (must be the lack of animal products on site). Oh, and don't miss the bathroom song.
The deal is good through 5 p.m. today only, so get on it!
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