At Finch’s, which will be torn down when the Capital Boulevard overpass is replaced, waitresses call you “hon” and mean it.
At Finch’s, which will be torn down when the Capital Boulevard overpass is replaced, waitresses call you “hon” and mean it. mmccloy@newsobserver.com
At Finch’s, which will be torn down when the Capital Boulevard overpass is replaced, waitresses call you “hon” and mean it. mmccloy@newsobserver.com

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