Monday, December 3, 2012
Happy hour at Private Social is better than 7 minutes in heaven
And half price!
DALLAS When’s the last time you spent two full hours in complete and utter ecstasy – with your clothes on?
We’ve got a suggestion. It happens every weekday at Private Social from 5-7 p.m.
For 120 minutes, indulge in the ultimate happy-hour ménage à trois as Top Chef Tiffany Derry and principal barman Rocco Milano make sweet, sweet love to your mouth via delectable nibbles and craft cocktails. Bring along your friends and it’s a veritable happy hourgy.
Even better than the fiesta on your tastebuds is the party in your pants (or in your wallet, to be more precise).
That’s because everything on the Social side of the restaurant is half price.
Choose from tasty morsels including Top Chef Pork Buns (now $6), surf-n-turf sushi rolls ($7), super-spicy guacamole ($2.50), Korean BBQ short ribs ($7), or potato croquettes ($4), just to name a few of our favorites. Even a luscious bacon cheeseburger with fries will only set you back $7.50.
Beer and wine by the glass are also half off.
But the best bargain in town is a practically unheard-of $5 for craft cocktails made with precision, house-made ingredients, and most importantly, love.
Try the Pear Collins that features roasted-pear-infused Tito’s vodka as the headliner. A Velvet Love Monkey made from scotch and bitters. Or a Dominican Drifter that’s a delightful concoction of rum, apple liqueur, and beer.
Which is a nice change of pace. The last Dominican drifter we had gave us the clap.
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