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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Drink of the Day: Mojito

Since today is our rest and relaxation day I figured that a cool, minty Mojito would be ideal for our “drink of the day.” This drink brings me back to when I was in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico ordering mango and strawberry Mojitos! Well, today is the day to make your own. They are very easy and mighty tasty!

Ingredients:
– 1.5 oz Bacardi Rum
– 12 fresh spearmint leaves
– 1/2 lime
– 7 oz sprite zero or club soda
– 2 tbsp. Sugar (or if you would like to reduce the calories use Splenda)

Note: this recipe is for one glass, I usually just make a big pitcher of this yummy concoction, so just eyeball the ingredients and add more to taste.

Directions:
In a cool tall glass, muddle the mint, sugar (or Splenda) and lime juice. This basically means that you crush the mint, squeeze the limes, toss in the sweetness, and mash it all with a spoon! Add crushed ice. Add rum, soda and stir well. Garnish with a lime wedge and a few sprigs of mint. Serve and enjoy!

I hope this recipe can take you away to a point of utter relaxation as it does for me.

Cheers!
Angela Wagner, Editor