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Thursday, August 27, 2009

Drink Therapy: Sazeracs and Drumettes with a Killer View

Posted By on Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 12:56 PM

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We know. Unless you decide to cash out what's left of your 401(k), chances are you won't be commandeering a table in the dining room anytime soon. Don't despair. The Holy Cow! happy hour at Epic Roasthouse damn near deserves the kind of hyperbole an exclamation point confers. Weekdays from 3 to 6:30 p.m. in Epic's Quiver Bar, score $5 Sazeracs, Dark and Stormys, and certain vodka cocktails, or $7 selected vodka martinis. Or, if you roll spiritless, $3 bottled beer and $5 wine specials. Special prices on food, too, just so you can grab a toothpick on the way out, same as the big spenders in the restaurant downstairs -- $3 house-made soft pretzels and potato skins, and $5 smoked drumettes (classy). With prices like that, you'll be able to stick around a while for the view.

Epic Roasthouse 369 The Embarcadero (at Folsom), 369-9955

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