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Deacon Booze: LAist Happy Hour

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Dudes, it's become clear to me that just by walking about whatever fine neighborhood you happen to reside in (NoHo, WeHo, SilLake, DnTn, SanMo, KTown, HanPark, CulCity, etc), you're bound to happen upon a great little bar with great happy hour deals. Fer instance: this week I was walking around Downtown and ran into some friends, who happily guided me to the Redwood Bar & Grill, a fun and surprisingly classy little pirate bar near Disney Hall. Do they have an awesome happy hour? You betcha.

Don't forget, you can email your hot happy hour tips (or any tips having to do with cheap booze, regardless of the hour) to Happy boozing!

  • Happy Hour, Redwood Bar and Grill, Downtown, 5-7pm: Immediately upon entering this gastropub, I vowed to return again soon for their cheap drinks ($2 PBR, $3 Dewars, $4 pints of great local brews) and delicious appetizers (1/2 off starters like crab cakes, tiger prawns, and fried cheeses). Say hi to Nici for us!
  • Frank N' Hanks, Koreatown: From a reader tip! No specific happy hour time, but lots of cheap beer deals: $2-5 per beer.
  • Blue Monday at Silverlake Wine, 5-9pm: Again, not literally a happy hour, but Silverlake Wine offers tasting events every week for a great price. Tonight, sample a wine flight and cheese course for only $12 per person. Photo of Redwood Bar & Grill by Carrie Meathrell