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Happy Hour Guidebook: Portland (2010 Edition)by Cindy Anderson
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Synopses & Reviews
There are so many choices in Happy Hours these days, it can be confusing and time-consuming to select just where to go. Luckily, the new 2010 Portland Happy Hour Guidebook is here to help!
You'll figure out the perfect place with the new "Mood" edition, which has been revamped and reorganized by category (e.g. Brewpubs, Cocktail Lounges, International Cuisine, etc.). Of course, you'll still be able to find places with a quick look at Neighborhood Maps or the Alphabetical Index. Overall, more than 350 restaurants and bars are reviewed, with over 90 new entries added this year.
While this 4th edition is mixed by mood, it's still concocted with the same easy-to-use, fast-find formula, focusing mainly on top-quality food and ambiance. And as always, ratings come from one dependable, knowledgeable source and are based on a consistent, objective formula.
Not only will you save big-time with discounts at Happy Hour, but you can also recoup your book purchase by redeeming any of the many 2-for-1 entree coupons or the Happy Hour All-Night tickets too!
"If welcome wagons were no longer passe, people moving to Portland for the first time would receive the following items: a raincoat; selected samples of Portland craft beer, booze, and wine; a guide to public transportation and bike routes; an ironic T-shirt; a facial hair grooming kit; and the Portland Happy Hour Guidebook by Cindy Anderson." Portland Mercury
"Wondering where to get the best deals in Portland for Happy Hour? Check out the newest edition of the Happy Hour Guidebook. You'll never again have to ask yourself, 'where should we go for a drink?'." Beer Northwest
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