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February 17, 2010

Lebanese Taverna's late night happy hour sounds tempting

lebanese taverna's late night happy hourA couple years ago, I wrote about Harbor East's lack of options for late night dining and drinks.

Since then, we've seen spots like Mustang Alley's open, and, allegedly, a wine bar is on the way. But Harbor East's late night scene is still lacking, compared with other neighborhoods like Fells Point, Canton and Federal Hill.

Yesterday, as I was sifting through all my unread emails, I came across a message from Alexander Carlin, the manager of Lebanese Taverna.

For some time now, Lebanese Taverna has been hosting a late night happy hour from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Fridays, with food and drink specials.

"We like it so much that we want to bring it to the masses," Carlin wrote.

We, the masses, thank you, Alexander. 

Here's the breakdown on the deals ...

During happy hour, beers are $3 and some specialty cocktails are $5 (not bad, not bad). DJ Gray is providing the live entertainment. You may remember him from such venues as Pazo and GoodLove.

That's not all, though. All industry folks (bartenders, servers, etc.) get a 25 percent discount from non-happy hour prices.

I haven't been to Lebanese Taverna in at least a year, but this sounds like a good reason to make a return visit.


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Posted by Sam Sessa at 8:17 AM | | Comments (3)
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harbor east has no real live music to speak of it late night + most of the places are hugely overpriced. For instance my $10 rum and coke from The Oceanaira

we went there on valentines day, and had a blast! i noticed the "yummy hour" they were advertising, they also have really good appetizer prices as well. i'd deff. go check that out. it's a very well managed place.

what are the food specials?

i couple summers ago i went to oceanaire for RW and noticed they also have a pretty good late night happy hour which includes $1 oysters. not sure if that's still the case, but i imagine their oysters are pretty good.

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