Happy Hours Worth Trying

Happy Hour suggestions from contributors and Facebook fans

World Cafe Live at the Queen
Wednesday through Friday, 4 – 6 pm

It’s great to pop in for a quick end-of-workday sip and nosh, and they always give me the “Queen treatment.” A very affordable and yummy food and drink menu (think $3 and $4 beers and wines with a $5 white pizza and $3 eggplant fries) is the perfect pairing to the cozy upstairs, and you may even get a free live music bonus. To top it off, there’s Chef Joe’s Happier Hour Pairing—a daily delectable sandwich-and-drink combo that’s out of this world (e.g., burger and bourbon; grilled cheese & beer).
—Michelle Kramer-Fitzgerald, Contributing Writer

Harry’s Seafood Grill
Monday through Friday, 5 – 7 pm

Best happy hour in town for food, for value, for bartenders, the whole package, hands down. All signature cocktails are $5 (including, right now, the fig and Asian pear margarita, usually $13). Draft beers? Half price. House wine? $5. Need food? Bar munchies are $4-$7 and full of tasty surprises. Oysters are half price Tuesday and Thursday. Happiness abounds.
—Matt Sullivan, Contributing Writer

From our Facebook fans:

“Apps at Blue Crab Grill are great, and the bar always has interesting cocktails and decent selection of craft beers.”
—Bill Rhoades

“Two Stones Pub Naamans has great prices on apps and has great cocktails along with beer. Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant is also great, especially when happy hour is outside on the upstairs deck.”
—Erika Strasser

“The $4.95 specials at Chelsea Tavern are awesome. Their mixed French fries with an aioli were so delicious! And they even had a hamburger with it.”
—Mary Ann Christy Kabatt

“Love the cocktails at Capers and Lemons!”
—Abby Wiley Frelich

“Love Redfire Grill. Great bartenders and awesome coconut martini.
—Sue Deutsch DeNardo

So, what do you think? Please comment below.