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Drink 66 Cent Martinis At A Classic Hollywood Hang Tonight
One of our favorite happy hour spots and fireplace bars is celebrating their 66th anniversary today, and they're toasting it all with super cheap martinis.
The Beverly Hills restaurant, known for their fantastic fried arancini balls and Rat Pack history, will be serving straight up Russian Standard mini martinis all night tonight for 66 cents.
Dom's has been a classic Hollywood hangout since the ’50s and ’60s, when Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra and the rest of the Rat Pack dined there. That solidified its place in Tinseltown, becoming home to regulars like Kiefer Sutherland, Sean Penn, and more recently Leonardo DiCaprio, Lauren Conrad and Britney Spears.
Executive Chef Brandon Boudet—who owns the restaurant as well as 101 Coffee Shop and Little Dom’s with his business partner Warner Ebbink—has also added special dishes to the menu to complement the massive amount of martinis that will be served to guests tonight.
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