1. When done right, Happy Hour will cost more than a regular meal. (Duh! Booze!)
2. If your table still has space for cell phones, extra napkins and salt&pepper, then you really didn't order enough.
3. You must avoid looking at the menu, instead look around (or on yelp) to see what to order-- time is precious during HH and must not be wasted pondering aimlessly at the menu.
With that said, I had a wonderful time at HH today!
|So beautiful the bridge looks fake!|
The girls got there before I did, an hour and a half to be exact. When I got there, they were already 75% done so I had a lot of catching up to do. We started with a two rounds of oysters!
Then we ordered the much praised about grilled cheese. I honestly didn't care for it much because I didn't like the type of cheese they used but it was definitely worth trying!
|I didn't snap a picture quick enough!|
The last thing I had was the clam chowder. They're known for their chowder with a modern twist, sadly, I prefer my chowder the traditional way, thick, creamy and shell-less. With that said though, I did enjoy dunking my bread into the broth!
|It looks so soft and fluffy!|
|Not your traditional chowder!|
This is not your typical Happy Hour; our bill totaled at $171! Even with my underwhelmed review, I must admit, it was worth the money!