Food & Drink

Rock bottom deals to help those in need

Published On 10/22/2008 Published On 10/22/2008

This 1920s-style speakeasy's offering a timely Depression-era deal: cheekily named 35c drinks (the ginny 401k and the bourbon-laced Bail Out), plus free grilled cheese and tomato soup. 25% of proceeds go to food banks and charities for people whose credit sucked before subprime.

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1. Edison Depression Soup Kitchen 108 W 2nd St, Los Angeles, CA 90012 (Downtown)

This 1920s-style speakeasy's offering a timely Depression-era deal: cheekily named 35c drinks (the ginny 401k and the bourbon-laced Bail Out), plus free grilled cheese and tomato soup.

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