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Complimentary Coffee + Espresso at barcito

Enjoy complimentary cups (or espressos if that’s your jam) of Grondworks Coffee at barcito on September 8th from 11am-2pm in honor of the Argentinian gastropub’s 2 year anniversary. barcito’s new and complete lunch menu will be available to order from. 

barcito is open 7 days a week and is located on 12th and Grand in downtown Los Angeles. 
Chef/Owner Andrea Borgen 
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