Free Drinks: New Times Happy Hour App Party at Off the Hookah on Friday

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Tomorrow is Friday, and you've made it through another workweek. Plus, Tropical Storm Chantal has been downgraded, and while she may bring some rain to South Florida, we don't have to spend our Friday evening shopping for bottled water and flashlights. That means it's time to celebrate -- and the drinks are on us!

Come out to Off the Hookah on Clematis Street tomorrow evening, July 12, from 7 to 9 p.m. and enjoy a buffet of appetizers and mixed drinks made with UV vodka -- free. There's also house wine if you're feeling fancy.

There's but one catch, grasshopper. There's a secret sort-of passcode to get into the party. You have to show us your smartphone (or tablet) with our New Times Happy Hours app downloaded on the phone.

Don't have the app on your phone? Download it here. And celebrate happy hour with us!

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