"I have heard," writes Noel Cunningham, "that I have the best French toast in town. I'm not sure if you knew that or not, but that's the word."
Cunningham, the chef/owner of Strings, will put his money where his mouth is tomorrow morning, when he offers free French toast to brunch-goers. Sort of.
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Here's the deal: Stop by Strings between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. with at least two friends or family members, order entrees and then tell your server that you'd "like the French toast to split." Oh...and be sure to say you "got the e-mail."
"We'll bring you an order to split between your party, because sharing this experience will make us all love a little more," reads the e-mail.
Considering you have to buy a bunch of food to actually get the "free" French toast, which you then have to split, makes the whole "free" thing a little suspect, but, hey, when was the last time you had a better reason to go to Strings?