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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Happy Hour Freebies: EZ5

Posted By on Tue, Mar 31, 2009 at 6:01 PM

The happy hour at EZ5 (684 Commercial, off Kearny between Sacramento and Clay) has several big plusses. It runs from 4 (opening) to 8, an hour or two after most other happy hours have stopped. You can get a Sierra Nevada or glass of wine for only $3. It's right next to the Financial District, handy if you work there, but not actually in the FiDi, so you're already out of work zone. And it's a friendly place that draws a lively, happy crowd.

On the minus side, if you're hungry a helping of the free appetizers may be better than drinking on an empty stomach, but they're not a draw. The crowd is very young--when I took these photos, nobody looked much over 25--which could be a plus or minus depending on your demographic.

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