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Hollywood's Got a New Happy Hour: '5 for 5' Launches at Public Kitchen & Bar
If the day takes you to Hollywood and you need to take an affordable load off in an historic and stylish venue, you might want to check out a new Happy Hour being offered weekdays at Public Kitchen & Bar inside the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. The "5 for 5" Happy Hour includes is five signature items priced at $5 each, including house red and white wine, well drinks, and draft beers, along with a daily specialty cocktail and an appetizer special changing nightly.
Those appetizers, from the delicious menu created by Executive Chef Tim Goodell, could include tasty bites, like Mushroom Tart with taleggio cheese and arugula; Chicharrones with chili and lime; Chickpea and Three Cheese Fritters with zatar aioli; and Burrata with bagnet vert and cherry tomatoes, which are on the regular menu at between $6-$13.
Staying on for dinner is also a great idea, since Public Kitchen & Bar has a lovely menu of updated comfort food classics at reasonable prices, and a fun specialty cocktail menu.
"5 for 5" @Public Kitchen & Bar runs Monday-Friday, 3-7 p.m.
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