Like pretty much everyone else out there, I’ve become an eagle-eyed bargain hunter in recent months. So when I heard about a wine bar near the office that occasionally runs $4 wine-by-the-glass specials, I was hooked.It quickly became a regular stop in my restaurant repertoire, but after a bad experience with a dismissive waitress who rudely handled a question about the bill, the place lost its luster.They still offer eye-popping happy hour deals there, I hear, but I haven’t been ...

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