Happy Hour Specials:
Drinks: Craft Cocktails: $8 | House Brand Cocktails: $6 | Select House Brand Wines: $7 | Dollar Off All Beers
Food: Oven Baked Chicken Wings: $5 | Philly Cheesesteak: $6 | Colonial Dough Boy: $3 | Old Bay Fries: $4 | Kale Salad: $5 |Prosciutto Tomato Mozzarella Slider: $3 | Eggplant Parmesan Slider: $2 | One Straw Farm Popcorn: $3 | Meatball Slider: $3 | 8” Pizza: $6 | Reuben Deviled Egg: $6 |Pimento Cheese Deviled Egg: $5 | Oven Roasted Corn on the Cob: $2 | Roasted Baughers Orchard Peach: $4
The Oven Baked Chicken Wings are marinated in a divine balsamic sauce and served with pickled celery and caramelized onions. As a compliment to the wings, the Oven Roasted Corn on the Cob helps balance things out. You’ll also want to try an 8″ Pizza. It’s the ideal size for one person and offers you a taste of one of the things they’re best known for; Italian pies.
For your cocktail selections, we’d recommend the 1776 Swizzle and the Independence Punch. One of our personal favorites is their version of the Old Fashioned that features a surprising, yet satisfying, addition of a mezcal rinse.
Our Overall Rating: 5/5
Honestly, this is one of our favorite Happy Hours. They do everything well, and they do it in a way that’s real and authentic. You’re not going to find cheap liquor or second-rate food items on the HH menu. The dining experience feels like they take the time to create something memorable. They seem to “get” what dining is all about: make us feel comfortable, spare us the gimmicks, and serve high-quality food and drinks at a reasonable price.