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Friday, September 20, 2013

Happy Hour at Two Sisters Bar & Books Lasts All Weekend

Posted By on Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 4:00 PM

The cozy window reading nook at Two Sisters. - YELP/ERIN M.

If you think that happy hours are strictly weekday affairs, Two Sisters Bar and Books in Hayes Valley would like to respectfully disagree. In addition to offering discounted drinks 4-6 p.m. every Tuesday through Friday, the bar also offers a weekend happy hour. Its homage to day drinking spans from 1 to 4 p.m. because, as co-owner Mikha Diaz explains, "It is happy hour in New York City" -- a placed once lived in and still very loved by both sisters. So grab a seat, maybe even a book, and cozy up to their bar for a much-needed drink.

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During happy hour at this two-year-old-spot, you can enjoy $3 pints of draft beer from local breweries such as Anchor, Lost Coast, and Stone. Glasses of two house wines are $5. The sisters are currently pouring a Sauvignon Blanc blend and a (red) Grenache, both hailing from Spain.

If you require something a bit stronger, sip on their featured $5 gimlet crafted with a housemade lime cordial. While the happy hour cocktails will change from time to time, none will surpass $7.

And although the food is not discounted, don't leave without snacking on the housemade potato chips served with a "date killer garlic and sour cream dip" ($5). After all, chips and a discounted libation go together as well as two alcohol-reverent sisters.


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