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Black Friday BOGO gift cards at Copperwood Tavern and the Pinemoor are back

Black Friday never tasted so good.

The annual Black Friday Buy One, Get One Free sale — BOGO, for short — of gift cards at Arlington sister restaurants Copperwood Tavern and the Pinemoor kicks off on Friday, November 26.

Although the restaurants are open for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch, they are opening their doors on Black Friday at 9 a.m. in anticipation of a flurry of foodies who want to take advantage of this once-a-year meal deal.

You do the math: If you buy a $25 gift card for, say, a loved one, you get another $25 gift card for free to give to someone else — or use it yourself (we would). If you buy a $50 gift card, you get another $50 gift card for free.

And if you buy a $100 gift card, you get a second $100 gift card for FREE. That’s $100 you can use for the purchase of anything in either restaurant.

At Copperwood Tavern, the locally sourced proteins are the draw at this farm-to-table establishment, with an array of meats, seafood and produce provided by local farmers who take pride in their efforts. A bar with 20 fresh Virginia draft beers, 30 small-batch whiskeys, and a vast local wine selection tops off the ambitious menu at this “woodsy retreat” in the heart of Shirlington. Find out more about the gift card sale at their blog.

At the Southern-style Pinemoor, a menu of down-home staples such as fried chicken, pulled pork bbq, fried green tomatoes, and grilled red meat is rounded out with crowd pleasers including oysters Rockefeller, Duck Two Ways (moulard and confit, in case you were wondering), crab stuff flounder, and an assortment of salads and sides. While you are there enjoy the craft cocktails, the expansive wine offerings and the Southern hospitality.

Copperwood Tavern is at 4021 Campbell Avenue; call 703-552-8010; [email protected] The Pinemoor is at 1101 N. Highland Street; call 571-970-2592; [email protected]

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