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This Epic Happy Hour is Your Excuse to Pau Hana Early

(Sponsored) Wine down from work-at-home life at The Signature, which offers up to 50% off select dishes and drinks from 4:30 to 7 p.m. nightly.


The Signature Prime Steak & Seafood



Working from home (as most of us still are) doesn’t mean happy hour should be off the table. But instead of pouring whiskey into a used coffee cup, resigning to stale crackers from the back of the pantry and flopping onto the couch in the same sweats you’ve been wearing three days in a row, there’s now—thankfully—a better way to pau hana.


The Signature Prime Steak & Seafood


The Signature Prime Steak & Seafood reopened for dine-in services on June 5, which means its killer happy hour is back, too. Pau hana deals are offered nightly from 4:30 to 7 p.m., giving you more than two hours to order from The Signature’s bar menu, which includes 37 dishes, 15 wines by the glass, seven types beers and three signature cocktails at slashed prices. That’s reason enough to ditch work just a little early (but please, change out of those sweats first), especially since The Signature doesn’t take reservations for happy hour.


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Of course, the restaurant has taken extra precautions to keep diners safe: face masks, frequent sanitization and social distancing are all in full effect. Other things to keep in mind: All guests will be seated by staff at every other booth or table, water and wine glasses will be brought upon order, and guests will be asked to box their own leftovers and pour their own wine.


For more information, visit signatureprimesteak.com or follow @signatureprimesteak on Instagram.





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