Free Drinks at the New Times Happy Hour Mobile App Party This Friday

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Wait! You haven't downloaded the Broward/Palm Beach New Times Happy Hour Mobile App yet?

We're not sure why not, because this free app, available for iPhone, BlackBerry, and Android phones, gives you the inside scoop on the best happy hours in South Florida. How else will you be the "go-to" guy or gal at the office for planning the end-of-week festivities and impromptu celebrations?

Here's another reason why you should download the app right now (go on... we'll wait. Just search "Happy Hours" on your phone and download free)... free drinks!

To celebrate our Happy Hour Mobile App, we're throwing a (what else?)

Happy Hour this Friday, August 12, at Mardi Gras Casino in Hallandale Beach.

From 6 to 8 p.m., enjoy free well drinks, house wines, domestic drafts,

specialty cocktails, and appetizers. For free. Totally free.

OK... there's a catch. You have to show the New Times Happy Hour App on

your phone to get in. Just think of it as the secret password at some

fabulous club, and you and your friends are part of the exclusive secret

society that can gain entry.

The party is at the Dawg House Sports Bar on the second floor of the

Mardi Gras Casino. If you want to RSVP in advance and skip the lines at

the door, register here. And remember -- you have to download our Happy Hour App and show it at the door to get in!

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