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2009_11_topofthemark.jpgIt's recently come to light that Top of the Mark is offering $20 off per person discounts for Sunday brunch. This deal would probably be a lot more appealing if the original price for brunch wasn't $64, which it is. Which is a lot for brunch, even one that includes caviar and champagne (and um, on the sample menu: dim sum, Caesar salad and seafood curry). But should the $20 discount—which is procured by saying "lemon drop"—be filed under DealFeed or StealFeed? [EaterWire]

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