Elephant Bar in the Room

While Elephant Bar is known for their amazing food and unfortunately high prices, their Happy Hour menu is something that’s friendly on your wallet. Most places don’t offer a large variety but here we get quite a nice selection. Non-alcholic specialty drinks start at $2.00 while what we really want, alcoholic drinks start at $3.00 and go to only $5.00.

For $3.00, you can get our most recommended drink, the House Margarita. Of course, if you aren’t looking for hard liquor, then a

domestic beer is just a couple words away. Then at $4.00, you can get yourself a nice Mojito or even a Mai Tai. Here, the list gets bigger as far as variety goes. Finally you top it all off with a Long Island or a SKYY infused martini for $5.00.

For the full list of drinks, click HERE.

On that list, you’ll also notice their appetizer specials as well as a Happy Hour Combo. For only $6.50, you get a burger, fries, and a domestic beer. You can upgrade the type of beer you like for $1.00-$2.00 more. Not bad if you ask me. The other great thing is that you aren’t limited to these deals by a certain day. You can enjoy them Monday-Friday from 3:00pm-7:00pm and 9:00pm-CLOSE seven days a week. So head over to 3775 Tyler Street, Suite A, Riverside, CA to get your drink on! But please remember to drink and drive responsibly so don’t get carried away by these low prices!

Until next time… Cheers!

-Anand, Social Media Marketing

Source: Elephant Bar

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Finger Licking Good!

Baby got back! Oops, I meant, baby back ribs… yumm… finger licking goooood!

There has been a lot of buzz about the Southern-style restaurant franchise, Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que, and on Saturday, it was my time to see what the fuss was all about.  After a night out with friends at the Cerritos location, I have come to the conclusion that I love Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que! 

What’s not to love about the savory Southern-style BBQ, delicious drinks, and great customer service? Well… it was a full house and not an empty seat in sight. The wait was one whole hour and then some… but after being seated and greeted by a handsome waiter, all was forgiven. I quickly searched through the menu, contemplating long and hard on what to order but luckily it was happy hour!  So after debating with friends for quite a while, I finally decided to order the people’s favorite, the BBQ tri-tip sandwich and taking advantage of happy hour, I decided to order spinach and cheese dip appetizer which only was $4. After ordering, we were given a basket full of biscuits which tasted a bit like heaven. The food did not cease to amaze me with the tender meat in the sandwich and delicious biscuits with sweet butter!  But after gratifying my taste buds, it was time to enjoy a few drinks After all, it’s Happy Hour!

The glasses at Lucille’s are ginormous!  I had a 22 oz glass of Blue Moon beer ($5.50) and it was heaven.  If you’ve never had a Blue Moon before, then you are missing out.  The sweet malt and the orange flavor spices in the background of this refreshing drink is a must have on tap!  Secondly, I had a mixed Cuervo Margarita ($4) and Lucille’s was not stingy with the Jose =)  It was a bit salty for my taste, but I felt like I was sitting on the beach basking in the sun on the bay-side of Cancun!  Lastly, I ended the night with a Classic Caddy Rita ($6.50) and boy was I feeling a little bit unstable. The 1800 Resposado Tequilla that came along with Rita definitely did the job 😉  I had a great time at Lucille’s and definitely look forward to going back!

Happy Hour is from 3-7pm, Monday through Friday and 9pm ‘til close seven days a week!

Check out their Happy Hour details: http://lucillesbbq.com/menu/bar-menu/happy-hour

Cheers,

Hala, Social Media Marketing

Margarita Mondays

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Ughhhh.. The dreadful start of the week, Mondays. But never fear because we are here to make sure that you start the week off right. And what better way to do that than to drink the night away at Acapulco where it’s Margarita Monday. Get your Agave fix for a mere $2.50 for house margaritas and $2.75 for fruit margaritas. If you come in during Happy Hour from 3:00pm – 7:00pm, you can also enjoy reduced priced admissions (in the Cantina only). So for about $10-$15 you can get a few drinks, some tasty mexican food, and still have enough money left over to leave a generous tip. The closest Acapulco Restaurant to UCR is located at: 12625 Frederick St. Moreno Valley, CA.

Until next time… Cheers!

Source: Acapulco
Picture: TheGreatPlate