Today Is Administrative Assistants Day: Where to Find the Deals

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These days, it seems like everybody has his or her day: mothers, fathers, doctors, lawyers, teachers, workers. Everyone deserves some appreciation and all, but what about the person running your entire business?

Today is National Administrative Assistants Day. And to show some appreciation local restaurants are giving out the goods. Well, food, that is.

We have a list of places featuring specials.

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Pinon Grill

Are you one of those people who likes to sit back on the couch with a pint of ice cream when you're feeling down? If so, Pinon Grill has the treat for you. The Boca Raton restaurant is offering free dessert to go along with lunch. Offer valid for one dessert per table.

Spadini's Mizner Pizzeria

Holidays are intended for splurging. Spadini's is honoring administrative professionals by offering its Bag-O-Zeppole's on the house. The pastry is basically the Italian version of a doughnut. The sweet treat will be given to anyone who eats in or takes out lunch between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. In addition, the spot is offering its regular daily specials of a large cheese pizza for just eight bucks.

Grille 401

Want to celebrate yourself without getting in the car? Located in the heart of Fort Lauderdale's business district, Grille 401 is offering free desserts to go along with lunch. Only one dessert is offered per table.

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