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5 New Happy Hours to Hit in Philly

May 2, 2014
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by Danya Henninger

As you scheme on after-work plans, keep in mind these five new food and drink deals around Philadelphia.

Crow & the Pitcher
Take in the scene on Rittenhouse Square from chef Alex Capasso and partner Michael Franco’s new bar on 19th Street. Deals run 4:30-6:30 PM, Monday-Friday, and include $4 beers, $5 cocktails, $6 wines and $4-$6 apps like fried artichokes and crostini with Tuscan white bean dip.

The Farm and Fisherman Tavern & Market
If you’re swinging through Jersey between 4-7 PM on Monday-Friday, take advantage of the National Burger Month happy hour at Josh Lawler and Todd Fuller’s spacious spot. A burger with unlimited toppings is yours for just $5 - pile it high with grilled ramps, house-cured pickles and bourbon mustard and pair it with a $2 off craft draft.

Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant
Stop at of the 10 locations of this brewpub - including the one in Chestnut Hill - to take advantage of the 4-6 PM, Monday-Friday deals. Get $2 off house beers, or go for select wines, cocktails and apps all priced from $4-$6. Stay for dinner too, if you’re having fun, because the full menu is also brand new.

Avalon Restaurant
Chef-owner John Brandt-Lee has successfully moved his former BYO into its new downtown West Chester space, and since there’s a bar, of course there’s also happy hour. Available 4:30-7 PM, Monday-Friday, the deals include $4 drafts and sangria, a special $6 martini, half-priced wines and a slew of $6 apps including arancini and mussels.

Chima Brazilian Steakhouse
For the month of May, the Center City outpost of this Brazil-based chain is celebrating six years in business with “6-6-6” promotion. A selection of cocktails, wines, apps and desserts are all just $6 each, and the deal is good anytime.

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