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Whiskey Tango Celebrates Hurricane Emily With Open Bar

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Throughout the week, Floridians have been on the edge of their seats waiting the arrival of (the now defunct) Tropical Storm Emily. Will she or won't she grace us with her presence to ruin our beach weekends? Will we need to stock up on gas, canned food, and board up the house? Well lucky for us the answer to those questions is no, she's decided to postpone her Florida vacation.


Although she won't be stopping by to party with us, our friends over at Whiskey Tango will continue to celebrate in the name of Emily with an open bar. Some lucky females will be thanking their parents.

On Saturday, from 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., anyone with the name Emily will be rewarded with free drinks.

So instead of being glued to the weather news, grab a friend, neighbor,

or hell even that random acquaintance on Facebook named Emily to take

advantage of this all day open bar. I'm sure by the end of the night

it'll look like you've been through a hurricane.

Tropical Storm Emily Happy Hour. 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, August 6 at Whiskey Tango, 1903 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. No cover. Click here.


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