Get excited for National Happy Hour Day! Happy hour is an enjoyable celebration that takes place after work hours during the weekday. National Happy Hour Day, celebrated on November 12, takes this celebration to the next level. To learn more about the history of happy hour and how you can celebrate National Happy Hour Day, just continue reading this blog post.
Happy hour usually takes place in the afternoon to the early evening before dinnertime. This unique time of day dates back to the prohibition era, where individuals would drink before dinner, rather than afterwards, to appear less conspicuous. The first ever happy hour started when the U.S. Navy celebrated evenings with alcohol during World War I. Finally, we saw the first happy hour specials during the 1940s and 1950s, where restaurants promoted themselves with food and drink specials.
For some of the best happy hour specials in Hauppauge, New York, consider stopping by Butterfields New American Cuisine on November 12. At Butterfields, we celebrate happy hour Monday through Friday from noon to 7 p.m.
Our happy hour menu features $4 domestic beer bottles, $5 imported beer bottles, and $5 draft craft beers. If you’re more of a wine drinker, we sell house wines by the glass for only $4.50 during happy hour. We also have $4.50 mixed drinks, $4.25 well drinks, and $5.50 cosmos, apple, and lemon drop martinis.
National Happy Hour Day is the perfect excuse to meet up with friends after work or bond with your co-workers once you’ve clocked out. This Monday, November 12, make sure to make your way to Butterfields. You can find our restaurant at 661 Old Willets Path in Hauppauge. We look forward to National Happy Hour Day and hope to see you here soon!