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Chepel Hill gives thirsty and broke students a bre
with a variety of discount drinking times at local bars
Cy LYNNE THOMSON
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"I come to Happy Hour 'cause it's laid
back; nobody bugging you and a good price
on the beer," Tom Reddin said. The UNC
senior was enjoying Friday afternoon with
his friends at the Rathskeller.
Whatever the reason, Happy Hours, times
when bars sell beer at reduced prices, may
well be Chapel Hill's favorite pastime.
"This is definitely the time to get drunk,"
His friends seemed to agree, saying that
their purpose that afternoon was to get hap
py, to get drunk and to forget about classes.
"I majored in Happy Hour," Harrison Sup
pler, an '81 UNC graduate, said. "Its the
only class I really went to." -
Tom Kirkpatrick, owner of the Henderson
St Bar, discounted the price as the main
Happy Hour attraction.
"About one-third of the people who buy
beer leave you (the bartender) the change,
so they don't care whether if s 90 cents or 50
cents," Kirkpatrick said. He may be right,
but a lot of bars do run special prices on
their beer for Happy Hour.
Restaurants and bars within a 10-minute
walk from campus that feature Happy Hours
Back Streets Everyday, 3-6 p.m. 15
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cents off all beers, 50 scents off pitchers.
151Vj E. Franklin St
O B! impie's Monday-Friday, 3-5 p.m.
$1 for a quart bucket of draft. 118 E. Franklin
' St .
O Colonel. Chutnes Monday-Thurs-,
day, 4-6 p.m., Friday-Saturday, 3-6 p.m. $1
highballs. 300 W. Rosemary St
Four Corners Everyday, 3-6 p.m.
Highballs $1.35; 50 cents off bar drinks.
Ladies' nlht Tuesday night Happy Hour
prices 6-10 p.m., wine $1 per glass. 175 E.
Harrison's Monday-Saturday, 5-6
p.m. Draft 50 cents; bottle, 70 cents;
highballs, two for the price of one; wine, $1
per glass, $2.25 per hall-liter, $4.35 per liter.
149V E. Franklin St
O Henderson St Bar Monday-Friday,
5-7 p.m. Draft 50 cents; bottle, 70 cents.
O He's Net Here Everyday, 5-7 p.m.
Settled domestic, 0 cents, Hsineken, 85
cents, 1121i VV. Franklin St
Hobbit Everyday, 2-6 p.m. Draft 50
cents; pitchers, $2.50. 401 VV. Franklin St
' Purds Friday, 4-6 p.m. Draft 10
cents 15914 E. Franklin St
Pyewacket-Monday-Friday, 4-6 p.m.,
10-11 p.m. Mixed drinks, 50 cents off; Draft,
20 cents off. 431 VV. Franklin St
O Rathskeller Everyday, 4-7 p.m.
10-midnight Everything, two-for-one. 157-A
E. Franklin St, Amber Alley.
Sadlack's Everyday, 7-9 p.m. 12 oz.
draft, 50 cents. 5-11 p.m., sandwich
special the regular price .of a pitcher of
draft beer, $3.25, goes down with each sub
marine purchased. For 2 subs a pitcher costs
$2.95; for three subs, $2.50; for four subs,
$1.75. There is a four-sub limit on the
special. 203 E. Franklin St
Spanky's Everyday, 6 p.m. Mon
day, 9 p.m.-closing. Mixed drinks, 50 cents
off; beer, 50-75 cents. 101 E. Franklin St
Tijuana Fats Sunday-Thursday, 11
p.m.-midnight. Mixed drinks, 50 cents off.
403 W. Rosemary St
Troll's Monday-Friday, 3-7 p.m. Pit
chers, $2.50; quart. $1.50 with $1.25 refills.
Domestic canned beer, 60 cents all times for
the summer. 157 E. Rosemary St
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