When the Cash Sale Starts: What to Expect From Restaurants, Bars, Bars and Bars in 2017

The Cash Sale starts this week, and we’ll be updating our regular articles with the latest on what to expect from restaurants, bars and bars.

For now, here are the highlights.1.

The $1.5 billion Cash Sale for Restaurants will be the largest of its kind in California history.

The city of Los Angeles alone has spent $1 billion in the past decade, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti recently declared the event “a landmark event” for the city.2.

Restaurants have had a hard time keeping up with demand.

The average restaurant bill in California is $12.82, according the Association of Restaurant and Lodging Executives.

Restaurateurs have had to cut prices, raise prices, and introduce new food items.

Some of the big names in the industry like Chipotle, Domino’s Pizza, and Panera Bread are among those that have had their prices increased by $1 or more in recent years.3.

The Restaurants and Bars Association, which represents over 1,600 bars and restaurants across the state, will meet next week in Sacramento.4.

The first 50 restaurants participating in the Cash Sale will have to raise the prices of their drinks and food items by $3 or more.

The group is calling for the following items to be lowered in price:1.

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Caffeine 2.

PepsiCo 3.

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