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A Night Out on the Townhouse: Bar Fare for Movie-goers & Sports Watchers

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Dinner and a movie is a classic combo, as is bar eats and sports watching. For many heading out to pursue such endeavors, convenience and affordability are top priorities. It doesn't get much more convenient if you're in Sherman Oaks and you're headed to or from the ArcLight there, or if S'Oaks is where you'd like to watch "the big game."

An eatery with a sedate decor peppered with the boisterous attention-grabbing prowess of multiple large-screen televisions, Townhouse is situated in the center of the main concourse of the Sherman Oaks Galleria. Offering casual comfort fare since they opened last fall, Townhouse is poised to capitalize on the foot traffic the location provides. But their calling card for success--and your best bet as a patron--should be their bar fare, in the form of small bites, cocktails, and clever Happy Hour pricing.

With a Monday-Friday Happy Hour from 4-7 p.m. and a "Reverse" Happy Hour daily from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m., shoppers and movie-goers who are hungry for a sip and a bite can benefit from the menu of $5 specialty cocktails, $4 select draft beers, and $5 wines by the glass, as well as food from $5-10.99.