Winslow's Wine Café
This quaint little neighborhood hangout offers a red and white wine selection during their happy hour for $6. The wine changes weekly, which I like because I'm introduced to new wines this way. Cocktails are about $2 off regular price. A Kettle One vodka martini would be $11 during happy hour and $13 during regular hours. The pizza is about $5 dollars off the regular price (which varies depending on which pizza you order). A few other items like their hummus are also discounted. The garlic-truffle hummus on their warm pita bread is my favorite in town.
The patio and restaurant are warm and inviting. I think the atmosphere is my favorite thing about this place. Happy hours are 5 p.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Thursday and all day Sunday. Warning: not a big fan of the brunch.
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And the best part about this happy hour is that it is seven days a week — from 4 p.m.-7 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and all day Sunday and Monday. I also prefer happy hour times because you can hang out before the crowds hit, which means you can hear your friends talk.
Cat City Grill
Cheap flavored martinis and great snacks to share. Try the tempura asparagus spears and pear martini. Their hours are 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. I love to sit by the window and look out on the street at the year-round Christmas lights on Magnolia Avenue.
I'm always looking for new happy hour hangouts, so if you have any suggestions please comment on this post.