3/04/2014

Spoonful

Happy Hour: Daily 5-7, 10-11pm
3413 Cahuenga Blvd W, LA, CA
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The Place 
The Valley's happy hour selection presents a problem: the good places don't have enough competition to necessitate a happy hour, so you're mostly stuck with chains and bars. One of the exceptions to this rule is Spoonful, a southern restaurant that opened in November 2012. Though it barely qualifies as "Valley," being on the edge of Studio City on Cahuenga. 

Spoonful's happy hour runs from 4-7pm and 10-11pm every day and features 10 draft beers on tap for $5, bottled beer ($3), house wine ($5) and well drink-ish cocktails ($5) as well as an array of southern inspired appetizer selections ($5). 



Ambiance
Spoonful's decor blends the themes of Southern restaurant and bar and gastropub. It has all the warmth and cheer of a Mud Hen or City Tavern with the Southern charm of a more toned-down Sassafras. Shutters against the back wall and chandeliers of varying sizes are immediately noticeable, but the centerpiece is the ornate copper ceiling, something that certainly would not be out of place in a small southern town. 
The owner, Frank

For happy hour, you have your pick of seating, ranging from bar to high-top to booth, even with a bonus lounge area with couches in the back. It's not especially busy early, but there is a mix of professional and young clientele, certainly with some regulars. They have a board listing a daily beverage special that gives you the feeling that you could see something new every visit. Perhaps the best thing is its neighborhood feel--you will often see the owner Frank (pictured right) behind the bar or around the restaurant. This familiarity also comes with extremely good service, you rarely wait to order, and drinks and food come rapidly.





Drinks
Spoonful's happy hour deal for beer is serious--$5 gets you a healthy glass of any of the 10 craft beers they have on tap. If you're feeling cheap, you can get Bud, Bud Light, Corona or Red Stripe for $3. As far as selection and cost, you're not going to do much better anywhere else in LA, much less the valley. They also offer standard house wines for $5.

They offer modified well drinks for their happy hour cocktails. They take the labor of choice out and offer a selection of liquors and pairings, and they use higher-end labels such as El Jimador, Three Olives and Bombay. But, I was aching to get a taste of some of their interesting takes on bourbon or drinks with an ice globe from the cocktail menu. Probably their best option is a cocktail of the day they offer at all hours for $7. It's not a discount offering of their regular menu, but whatever they want to conjure up that day. On one visit, it was the lover's cup (pictured), a very tasty pairing with their food.


Food
Spoonful's happy hour food offerings have everything you would want: variety, good prices, large potions, and great flavors you can't get anywhere else. Everything I tried was better than I expected. The buffalo shrimp was succulent and a great accompaniment to an alcoholic beverage. I am not a huge fan of wings, but these were extremely high quality, and the sauces were tempting. They offer 3 different state's "barbecue" sauces (NC, SC, and GA) or what they normally use to cook pork barbecue, in addition to buffalo, sweet bourbon glaze, and an extremely hot habanero sauce where send-backs are off limits. They also not only offer fried green tomatoes, but a fried vegetable of the day--definitely a rarity for a happy hour.

My favorite was something I normally wouldn't have gotten: the chicken pot pie fritters. I love chicken, but I have never seen the point in eating it in pie form with vegetables. This basically takes everything great about a pot pie--the creaminess, the vegetable flavor and chicken--and puts it in fried ball form, paired with a peach barbecue garnish and horseradish mayo sauce. It was phenomenal, the type of thing a couple hours later you start figuring out how soon you can get it again. To make it even better, there were three balls, easily enough to fill up on or share.

To top it all off, not only do they have great food options for happy hour, but they also have a cornucopia of appetizers ($6-8) and sides ($5) on the main menu well within happy hour prices, including salads, soups, fries, mac & cheese, and even pate, poutine and and chili.

Buffalo Shrimp, NC BBQ Wings, Chicken Pot Pie Fritters
Go For:
- Friendly staff and neighborhood vibe
- A breadth of delicious, creative southern food
- Beer/whiskey selection, intriguing cocktails of the day
- Begging them for just a spoonful of something you want to taste

Potential or Actual Kitschy Name for their Happy Hour: Sporkful Hour


Menu
The Details
Happy Hour: Daily 5-7, 10-11pm
Price: $
Drinks: $5-7 cocktails, $3-5 beer, $5 wine
Food: $5 Southern-inspired appetizers
spoonfulrestaurant.com

Parking: There is a pretty decent amount of metered street parking on Cahuenga--it's free after 6pm too. 

2/17/2014

City Tavern

Happy Hour: Daily 3-6pm
735 S Figueroa St, LA, CA
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The Place 
City Tavern is a gastropub with locations in Culver City and newly opened downtown at the FIGat7th shopping center. It's helmed by the folks behind Rush Street and Roadside Eats.

Their happy hour is daily from 3-6pm, and features American appetizer-fare ranging from $3-13, a gargantuan amount of draft beers with a happy hour deal of 32oz for $10, red or white wine ($) and five cocktails ($6). 


Ambiance
The new and questionably named FIGat7th shopping center downtown is something of a mini-Santa Monica Place, but with the shops you'd find at Beverly Connection. Once you enter City Tavern, it becomes immediately strange that it exists below what will soon be a Victoria's Secret. This might be the new normal--there are certainly restaurants in less happening shopping centers downtown (see Border Grill). They have ample outdoor seating, but it's hard to see why you'd surround yourself with mini-mall rather than bask in the mother of all gastropubs inside. 

All the usual touches are there--the rustic light fixtures, the leather and brown accents. They start to get more serious with enormous yet unobtrusive TVs above the bar, exposed ceiling and brick walls, and huge booths. You can have happy hour at any seat in the place, which is very nice.  It remains to be seen how intimate a space so huge can be, but my visit was filled with happy patrons at the bar and good service trying to build regulars.



Drinks
"The Best Margarita in the World" & "Pooh's Favorite Drink"
This is one of the few places where you can gaze upon the offerings by the bar and not be limited by the happy hour menu. They offer all but two of their 20-some beers on draft in their happy hour beer deal--a 32oz "growler" for $10. The only downside to this deal is that you might get completely wasted if you don't have any friends. Their draft beer selection is ridiculous--they only offer local, California selections, some of which are "experimental" and not offered anywhere else.

Their cocktail offerings are more normal, $6 for some not-so-straightforward mixes that include grapefruit liqueur or lavender honey syrup. "The Best Margarita in the World," a heady proclamation by a place not offering complimentary chips and salsa, begs to be tested. It is certainly not worthy of such hyperbole, but it is very satisfying despite an unexpected sweetness. There is certainly thought put in to the drinks and a nice variety of liquors used, but it would be tough to tempt someone away from the beer selection.



Food
The food is done by Randy Montoya of Sadie, so there is a southern flair that is immediately noticeable with the offerings of pork belly and rillettes and deviled eggs. Not mentioned is that their grilled cheese is actually made with pimento cheese, making it way better than your run-of-the-mill American cheese adventure with bread. While the menu has these interesting twists, the variety is somewhat lacking--a third of it is littered with $10+ share-items and if you don't like pork, there's not a lot to choose from. Having said that, what I did find to eat I was very impressed with in price, portion and taste.

Grilled Cheese

Go For:
- Ridiculous beer selection and deal. Just insane.
- Letting someone else make the Target run.
- Nice atmosphere and seating options.
- Unique Southern food offerings.

Potential or Actual Kitschy Name for their Happy Hour: Hoppy Hour


Menu
The Details
Happy Hour: Daily 3-6pm
Price: $$
Drinks: $6 cocktails, $10 32oz draft beer, $6 wine
Food: $3-13 American/Southern food
http://www.citytaverndtla.com/

Parking: Tons of parking in the FIGat7th shopping center--$1 for 1 hour, $2.50 for 2 hours, with validation.

2/10/2014

Mercado

Happy Hour: Mon-Fri 5-7pm, Sat-Sun 4-6pm
7910 W 3rd St, LA, CA
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The Place 
Mercado is a Mexican restaurant with locations in Santa Monica (opened April 2012) and on 3rd Street next to the Grove (opened Sept. 2013). The owner Jesse Gomez also operates Yxta Cocina Mexicana downtown, which has a similar happy hour. This review is for the 3rd Street location, but both Mercado locations have identical happy hours. 

Mercado's happy hour is Monday-Friday from 5-7pm and Saturday and Sunday from 4-6pm. They offer 3 types of margaritas, a house ($6), hibiscus ($7), and cadillac ($9), as well as Tecate ($3), Modelo ($4) and Chardonnay ($6). Their food offerings range from $6-8 and feature the usual fare of tacos, nachos and other mexican appetizers. 

Ambiance
If you've been to Mercado in Santa Monica, the first thing you will notice about the 3rd Street location is its vast size. A huge open-air window immediately greets you, with enough tables to make you think it would be impossible to be crowded. They offer happy hour in this large seating area as well as at the bar and communal tables. So, unlike another Mexican happy hour down the street, you will never have to wait for a seat. The tables are close together, so you can easily spy what the 20-something nearby is getting and make your menu decisions that way. Even at the beginning of happy hour when it's not crowded, it has a bustling feel to it. You are attended to promptly and food arrives at a surprisingly brisk pace. 



Drinks
Like most establishments of the Mexican variety, you're choosing between Mexican beers or a margarita. With Mercado, though, there is ample good news: there are 3 different margaritas to select, all tantalizing. As the name Mercado (market) would suggest, all the ingredients in them are exceedingly fresh. The house margarita is fantastic--easily one of the best in town. It has a thickness from its sour mix of juices and is quite strong in alcohol content, but still manages to feel light going down. The price is great, too, at $6 you get a large-for-happy-hour glass of it. It's something that once you have, you'll immediately be thinking about the next time you can come in and get another one. The hibiscus margarita is very different--it uses Rosangel Hibiscus Tequila and Hibiscus tea, both of which give it a tangy sweetness. I personally am more partial to their house offering, but it is certainly a unique twist that some will find more appealing. 

House Margarita and Hibiscus Margarita

Food
Mercado's food offerings pick up right where the drinks leave off--it feels like everything was created from scratch and then brought out to you. The tortillas, chips and guacamole are fresh, the tacos succulent. One of the most popular happy hour items was the carnitas tacos--numerous people at the bar ordered it and were more than satisfied with their decision. Otherwise, the rajas poblanas were a little difficult to eat. They bring out a large plate of it with a few small tortillas and have you make them work together, but they were still quite good, if not a little messy. You also get a decent bang for your buck in terms of portion--I think the guacamole could have easily fed 3 or 4. My only small gripe is the lack of a simple quesadilla with your choice of meat, something for the less Mexican food-inclined among us.

Guacamole and Rajas Poblanas (tortillas not pictured)

Go For:
- Cool open-air venue that's an escape from the bustle of the Grove and Farmer's Market
- Fantastic Margaritas--some of the best in town at a great price.
- Delicious, fresh Mexican food.

Potential or Actual Kitschy Name for their Happy Hour: Hora Feliz


The Details
Happy Hour: Mon-Fri 5-7pm, Sat-Sun 4-6pm
Price: $$
Drinks: $6-9 Margaritas, $3-4 beers, $6 wine
Food: $6-8 Mexican food
http://www.mercadorestaurant.com/

Parking: Your best bet is to try to snag a metered spot on 3rd around Trader Joe's. If you're feeling bold you can park at CVS and cross the street. 

2/03/2014

Upper West

Happy Hour: 5-7pm Daily, Monday 5-10pm
3321 Pico Blvd, SM, CA
Menu


The Place 
Upper West is a bistro-style restaurant that serves "modern American comfort cuisine" near the Santa Monica/LA border on Pico. Opening in Feburary 2010, the food is overseen by Chef Nick Shipp, who was previously under Wolfgang Puck. 

Their happy hour offers a huge menu of appetizer-type food from all backgrounds, from burgers to corn fritters to thai peanut noodles. For drinks, they offer three draft beers ($4-6), white & red wine ($4), and seven cocktails, each at $6. 

Ambiance
In a sleepy corner of Pico where Santa Monica begins is the spacious West End, a gastropub-like place more leaning towards the restaurant side of things. Most of the space is taken up with two large rooms of tables, one enclosed in glass with old movies playing on a projector. There is a long bar and two communal tables where happy hour is offered. On a Saturday, it was not particularly crowded early, and those that were there seemed to be an older, professional type. 

Its large size made it a little less cozy than most "neighborhood" spots, and its food and drink made you feel more like you were getting a sample of a good restaurant's offerings by sitting at the bar. They have a very neat street view inside the restaurant on Google as well.


Drinks
Upper West's drinks are far from simple, with ingredients you don't normally see: Barenjager honey liqueur in the Honey Rye, maurine and grapefruit bitters in the Green Devil, Tanteo jalapeno tequila in the Picante Margarita. Some work better than others--the muddled blood orange was a great addition to the mojito, but the muddled jalapenos in addition to the jalapeno infused tequila made the Picante Margarita more liquid fire than refreshingly spicy. However, the freshness and thought put in to them made their $6 price tag a good deal.


Blood Orange Mojito and Picante Margarita

Food
The selection of food at Upper West is both tantalizing and overwhelming. I immediately picked five items I wanted to try, before settling on the mini mac and cheese and crispy glazed chicken. The mac and cheese was advertised as "mini," so they serve it with a small fork. However, it was deceptively large and rich, with a good amount of tarragon to give it a unique flavor. The crispy glazed chicken was pricey for happy hour at $8, but very well worth it. The portion was very large--two people could easily share it and be happy. The spicy sambal-wildflower honey sauce on it was fantastic, something very unique and succulent and a great addition to the high quality boneless chicken. I would have a hard time not getting this again despite there being many alluring options.

Mini Mac & Cheese and Crispy Glazed Chicked


Go For:
- Comfort food of great variety and hearty taste.
- Above average drinks with unique ingredients at a good price.
- Quiet neighborhood with relaxed interior.


Potential or Actual Kitschy Name for their Happy Hour: Party on Pico.


The Details
Happy Hour: Daily 5-7pm, Monday 5-10pm
Price: $$
Drinks: $6 Cocktails, $4-6 Draft beer, $4 Wine
Food: $6-9 American 
http://www.theupperwest.com/

Parking: Is laughably easy--there are ample metered spots on a section of Pico where very little else is going on around happy hour time. 


1/28/2014

El Carmen

Happy Hour: Mon-Fri 5-7pm
8138 W 3rd St, LA, CA
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The Place 
El Carmen is an old-school Mexican restaurant/bar on 3rd Street in Mid City West. Their happy hour is from 5-7pm weekdays and features a choice of a margarita ($5) or tecate ($3) to drink, and a selection of mexican food from $2-6. They offer the happy hour menu at the bar or at their tables.

Ambiance
El Carmen is somehow both a dive bar and an authentic Mexican restaurant. It has the bouncer outside and the dim lighting and loud crowd inside, but also intimate tables and a limited dinner menu. It has very cool light fixtures hanging from a curved ceiling in the small space, with lucha wrestler portraits and other decor around. Arriving on a Friday evening, it was clearly the place to be, with young people packing the bar and just as many standing around it. Tables were all blocked off for reservations. People seemed to be as much there to socialize as to enjoy the libations. 

The popularity came at a price--a 30 minute wait time for two seats at the bar. Waiting that long for any happy hour would be usually out of the question, but it was likely at the most busy possible time you could come during their happy hour. 


Drinks
There is a forgivable lack of variety in their happy hour drink options: a margarita ($5) or a tecate ($3). If you wanted anything else, you probably shouldn't be here. Their margaritas are good--fresh and made with El Jimador tequila, but you get about twice as much ice in the wide glass as you do beverage, so you'd really need at least 2 or 3 to start feeling good. The margarita alone is not reason enough to stop by if the scene doesn't entice you.






Food
El Carmen offers the traditional Mexican fare. Chips and salsa had to be requested after other food arrived and was generally forgettable, with cold, fresh from the fridge salsa. The quesadilla was definitely above "bar-food" quality, but had no options to add meat. The nachos were passable, though there was a lack of cheese compared to beans, sour cream and other accouterments. Overall, the food was reasonably priced and certainly better than some other Mexican establishments that are even more "restaurant-y," like Kay 'n Dave's.

Nachos and Quesadilla

Go For:
- Cool interior with red lighting and lucha surroundings.
- Socializing and maybe seeing a celebrity.
- Cheap Mexican offerings that taste pretty good.


Potential or Actual Kitschy Name for their Happy Hour: Hora de Fiesta


The Details
Happy Hour: Mon-Fri 5-7pm
Price: $
Drinks: $5 Margarita, $3 Tecate
Food: $2-6 Mexican food
http://elcarmenla.com/

Parking: Is rough. There are metered spots on 3rd that are probably your best bet, but lots are taken up by valets, so you will be hunting for a while.

Pros: Very hip scene and cool interior. Everything is very cheap and good tasting. 

Cons:  Extremely crowded. Parking is tough. Drink portion lacking. 

1/20/2014

Road Trip: San Diego

Sometimes, you gotta get out of the city. In the first road trip post, we're headed down to San Diego, with its many destinations: The Zoo, SeaWorld, La Jolla, and of course the Gaslamp District downtown, where we will be going on a happy hour jaunt. 

The Gaslamp District is flooded with happy hours--you can't go one block without seeing a sign for at least three of them. Happy hours in San Diego are a bit more like the rest of the country (and unlike LA) in that they are mostly Monday through Friday before dinner hours. You won't find many late night or weekend ones, so if you're going down for the weekend try to leave a little earlier on Friday to get the deals. For the most part, the prices are also a bit lower than you would expect in LA as well, and you can get around on foot very easily. The Gaslamp District and San Diego hotels can be a little pricey on the weekends, especially if there is a Padres or Chargers game, so if your dates are flexible be sure to take that in to account. It's certainly worth it to stay there so you don't have to worry about a way home, though. 

Stop 1: La Puerta -- Happy Hour 3-7pm Daily -- Menu
La Puerta is the rare happy hour downtown that both starts at 3pm and is daily. They also offer a few late night deals on some nights. Their happy hour special is half off their regularly priced drinks ($7-12) and appetizers ($6-9). It has a bar-like atmosphere but with large booths and table seating, all of which is available for happy hour. The best came first: delectably fresh chips and two very good salsas. The chicken quesadilla was well done and hugely portioned, especially for its price, easily feeding 2 or 3. The drinks were slightly disappointing despite a seemingly well thought out menu--the margarita was nothing special for a Mexican restaurant, and the mojito was passable--neither were very strong. Despite this, the prices and the large happy hour window make it easy to see why this is one of the most popular happy hours in the Gaslamp District.




Stop 2: Jsix  -- Happy Hour 4-7pm M-F  -- Menu
Jsix (at the corner of J and 6th street) is an American restaurant in the Hotel Solamar. They have a rooftop bar at the pool area that overlooks the street below, but they only serve happy hour at the bar in the restaurant. They offer a selection of cocktails, wines and tapas sized selections from their seasonal dinner menu, all for $6. The restaurant is very open--you can even see a bit of activity in the kitchen from the bar. The drinks varied--the Lavender 75 was perhaps the most enjoyable drink of the evening, a great mix of lavender, gin, lemon and champagne. However, the chili mango margarita was spicy enough to make you reach for the pepto. Their food selections are mostly vegetarian and meat and cheese samplers, so great if that's your style, but if not you might want to grab food elsewhere, like stuffing yourself with a quesadilla beforehand. Jsix was quite a bit less crowded than La Puerta early, as well. 




Stop 3: McCormick & Schmick's -- Happy Hour 4-6:30pm M-F -- Menu
McCormick & Schmick's is a Seafood chain restaurant with a San Diego location in the Omni Hotel adjacent to Petco Park (home of the Padres). They employ the chain restaurant technique of charging $9-12 for a "happy hour" drink that you are required to get if you want their deeply discounted food options, which range from $3-6. Their menu online was very different than the one at the restaurant--the drinks were quite a bit more expensive and seemingly more inventive. However, they were quite small and the gimlet was about 98% gin. Their happy hour is known for the $4 burger and fries (previously $3, previously $2), which was pretty standard. They also offered a few fancy items, like the grilled cheese with tomato puree ($6) which was good enough to quell my usual distaste for paying top dollar for bread and cheese. The happy hour is offered in the bar area, which is small but upscale, with large window walls that allow you to people watch. If you've been meaning to check out a McCormick & Schmick's in LA and haven't yet, San Diego might be a good opportunity too, but you will likely be spending a little more than at other San Diego-only establishments. There's also a Nobu across the street with a happy hour similar to the one in West Hollywood. 




Stop 4: Searsucker -- Happy Hour 5-6:30pm M-F -- Menu
Searsucker is the most LA-type happy hour and restaurant in the Gaslamp District. It is a sprawling gastropub with "craft cocktails ($7) and gourmet bites ($1-8)." (sound familiar?) It does have an enormous bar that would rival anything in the spatially challenged LA places, but it will fill up very quickly. They offer one of their regular cocktails, their signature "Peter Rabbit" -- pimms with bruised basil, lemon and a pickled carrot and infusions-- a liquor with a twist flavor like cucumber, hibiscus or cinnamon. The drinks were very good--certainly of the quality you would expect frequenting LA happy hours, and they were of good size and strength. The brown butter fries were phenomenal--also a large portion. Searsucker would certainly be on my places to come again on another visit. 







The Details: 

La Puerta
Happy Hour: 3-7pm Daily
Price: $
Drinks: Wine, $4-9, Beer $2-4, Cocktails $5-8
Food:  None for Happy hour.
www.lapuertasd.com


Jsix
Happy Hour: M-F 4-7pm 
Price: $
Drinks: Wine, $4-9, Beer $2-4, Cocktails $5-8
Food:  None for Happy hour.


McCormick & Schmick's
Happy Hour: M-F 4-6:30pm
Price: $$
Drinks: Wine, $4-9, Beer $2-4, Cocktails $5-8
Food:  None for Happy hour.


Searsucker
Happy Hour: M-F 5-6:30pm 
Price: $$
Drinks: Wine, $4-9, Beer $2-4, Cocktails $5-8
Food:  None for Happy hour.


12/18/2013

Mud Hen Tavern

Happy Hour: Mon-Fri 4-7pm, Sun-Thur 9-10pm, Fri & Sat 10-11
742 N Highland Ave, LA, CA
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The Place 
Mud Hen Tavern is the recently re-imagined incarnation of Susan Feniger's Street, headed by chef Susan Feniger of Border Grill fame and co-owner Kajsa Alger. Named after the mascot of Toledo, the tavern is a gastropub with exotic flavors and nice touches like a panini station and outdoor seating. 

The Happy Hour is weekdays from 4-7pm, with a late night happy hour serving drinks only from 9-10pm Sun-Thurs and 10-11pm Fri & Sat. The drinks include a draft beer selection, red wine, white wine or well drink for $4, and the food include some gourmet bar bites, all for $4. 



Ambiance
While you'd be hard pressed to find a mud hen in LA, gastropubs are a much more common sight. Mud Hen Tavern creates some separation from its competition with its high end decor and worldly flavors left over from Street. Patrons of Street will notice the amount of work and detail put in after 2 short months. The former bar area has been converted into a panini station, and a new, larger bar has been added against the back wall. The bar loses the L-shape, so there is a little less incentive to converse with fellow patrons, but hopefully the communal tables near the bar will remedy that. You'll be chatting with folks of all ages, both locals and tourists, a mix similar to the eclectic flavors found on the menu. 




Drinks
One of the main reasons behind the bar moving was to provide room for draft beer equipment, of which they offer a number of craft varieties. You're at their mercy in terms of a selection for happy hour, but there are no bad choices and for $4 you get a healthy glass. They have some intriguing cocktails on the regular menu, but for happy hour you are relegated to your own imagination with the dreaded "well drinks." Things are a bit easier at Mud Hen, where they have many fresh flavors at their disposal to make something better than a rum and coke. The always knowledgeable and charming Sam (pictured right) suggested a Tom Collins variation with vodka that was delicious.





Food
Mud Hen's food selections are all discounts from their regular menu, ranging from $1-2 off (fries and onion rings) to $11 off (marguerita pizza). The food is generally of a high quality with unexpected flavors, for example the fries are seasoned with a Berbere spice mixture popular in Ethiopia along with a "hot shot" aioli sauce. Both of which will encourage faster inhalation of your beverage. Mud Hen also has a number of regular menu items well within the happy hour price range, including a spinach potato pierogi, chicken & waffle croquettes and Susan's specialty from Street, Kaya Toast.







Go For:
- Reasonably priced drinks and eclectic food
- Hanging out with a group at a communal table or meeting new friends at the bar
- Potentially seeing the freight train of positivity in a green chef's jacket, Susan Feniger.


Potential or Actual Kitschy Name for their Happy Hour: Muddy Hen Hour


The Details
Menu
Happy Hour: Mon-Fri 4-7pm, Sun-Thur 9-10pm, Fri & Sat 10-11
Drinks: $4 draft beer, wine, well drinks
Food: $4 Bar Bites
Parking: Valet, on highland after 7, on parts of waring on either side of highland. 

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