Can’t LIVE Without… A Happy Place and Time

Maybe it was my upbringing but when I first started working my first big girl in a big world job aka a 9-5 job, after work I usually headed home. On occasion I would meet with friends for dinner, but there was no happy hour. And then a few years passed, I got curious, I thoroughly enjoyed my coworkers who were either finishing up grad school like I was or wasn’t too far removed from grad school,  and I went to work and every couple of weeks accepted an invitation to Happy Hour. But….here’s the thing, I get that most people enjoy a good happy hour because it’s cheap liquor, but I enjoy it…well cause it’s budget friendly eats. At least the places I like. I  Can’t LIVE without happy time at a happy place!

Photo courtesy of Sex and The City 2 production team

 

Rittenhouse

1709 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Happy Time 5pm-7pm
I don’t even know where to start.  There are a host of super delish $5.00 cocktails like the Amy Whine House, The Situation (made with skinnygirl vodka), The Snookie, Justin Timberlake, and the list goes on and on. Not to mention $3.00 eats like Cajun wings, nachos, edamame, fried pickles, and the list goes on.  And…they have Happy hour every single day. And I can’t wait for my later Happy Birthday Happy Hour here in a few weeks!!!!

Photo Courtesy of Conde Nast

 

University City

3401 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Happy Time 4:30pm-6:30pm
I heart just about all things Mexican, authentic, or Americanized. MadMex is no different. There happy hour is known for the super big and uber cheap margaritas, a host of flavors watermelon, mango, peach, and raspberry to name a few. Add to it there chicken nachos that are meant to be shared (remember sharing is caring) or their homemade guac and chips. Yum!!! 
Photo courtesy of madmex.com

Northern Liberties

1001 N. 2nd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19123
Happy Time: 4pm-7pm
Whether you are after craft beers or a glass of wine,  a happy hour menu that includes amazing sliders and other half priced appetizers, and a post happy hour stroll to the piazza, Kings Oak is the place to go.  It’s definitely a great place of you want to venture out of center city Philadelphia but still feel like you’re in the thick of things.
Photo courtesy of kingsoaklane.com

Where’s your happy place?
If you don’t have one, Philadelphia’s Center City Sips, Wednesday Night Happy Hours ate spots all over  the city runs through August 28th!
xxoo

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