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Best Happy Hour

Red Fish

2350 Boston St., (443) 524-1454,

Posted 9/21/2005

Nothing makes us happier than cheap tapas and cheaper booze for a midafternoon drunkfest. There’s nothing really wrong with greasy fries and lukewarm beer, but after work, we need something more refreshing than heart-attack pub fare but equally inexpensive. That’s when we hit up Red Fish. From 4 to 7 p.m. every weekday, Red Fish’s extensive menu of tasty appetizers goes half-price, along with wine, draft beer, and specialty martinis. For just a few bucks, you can line your stomach with lobster mac and cheese, tempura-crusted slices of sushi-grade tuna, or a huge plate of three different kinds of hummus with warm pita. And toss back a few Peach Kiss martinis. Two flat-screen TVs, a Megatouch machine (you know you love Erotic Photo Hunt), and a friendly staff keep you entertained until you stumble out. So save the floppy pizza and slimy burgers for late night.

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Other Awards for Best Happy Hour:

3 for $4 at the Wharf Rat, 9/16/2009

Curb Shoppe, 9/17/2008

Blue Sea Grill, 9/19/2007

Dizzy Issie's, 9/20/2006

Red Fish, 9/22/2004

Racers Café, 9/17/2003

The Brass Elephant, 9/19/2001

The Brass Elephant, 9/17/1997

Tom Rowley’s, 9/18/1996

All Awards for Red Fish:

Best Happy Hour, 9/22/2004

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