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New Times Happy Hour App Party: Free Drinks at Historic Downtowner Saloon

What's better than starting the weekend with a a few drinks with friends? When someone else picks up the tab!

On Friday, June 21, we're picking up the tab for you (and all your friends) at our Happy Hour Mobile App Party at the Historic Downtowner Saloon.

See also:

- Voice Places: Brand-Spankin'-New-and-Improved!

From 7 to 9 p.m. enjoy Michelob Ultra, Rex Goliath wines, Smirnoff cocktails and bar bites -- all on us. Need more of a reason to celebrate? Friday is Summer Solstice, so come out a raise a glass to the sun as she lingers in the sky for the longest day of the year.

How do you get into this celebration of the sun (and get all that free stuff)? It's easy -- just show your Happy Hours app to the lovely people at the door and you're in.

Don't have the app? You should! It gives you the inside scoop on the best happy hour spots that feature the best perks -- like free drinks, free food, and live music. The app is free and available for iPhone, Blackberry, and Android.

By the way, Clean Plate Charlie writers will be out and about -- we like a free cocktail on Fridays, too -- so come by and say hi! We'd love to meet you!

Follow Laine Doss on Twitter @LaineDoss and Facebook.



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