East side of B'way, betw 149/150th St
New York, NY
Our Thirsty Thursday Happy Hour Tour is a bi-weekly opportunity to segue into the weekend with style and to enjoy a drink, a bite, conversation and music, while building connections with other members. Restaurants and bars throughout Harlem are offering up an eclectic mix of Happy Hour specials. From drink discounts to $5 appetizers, our Thirsty Thursday Happy Hour Tour will be the perfect way to explore Harlem's flavor palate with prices worth toasting to.
Tonalli Cafe & Bar (www.tonallicafebar.com) is an chic, yet casual venue that has a comfortable and laid-back vibe. The venue is spacious with a friendly staff that attracts many local regulars in the Hamilton Heights area - in an almost "Cheers" like way. An Italian restaurant, the menu consists of very tasty bar food selections (burgers, fries, paninis) as well as extensive Italian appetizer and dinner plates. Tonalli's Happy Hour is normally Mon. - Fri. from 4-7pm, however RSVP'd members of our group will have our Happy Hour shifted 6pm to 9pm - and your first glass of wine is FREE (while supplies last, get there early) - just for us! Feel free to invite a friend or two and join us at our reserved table in the back, behind the bar!
Tonalli's Happy Hour Menu
$3 Blue Moon, Stella, Arrogant Bastard, Sam Adams, Jillian's, Heineken & Corona
$5 wine, Prosecco, & mixed well drinks
Appetizers are priced from $8 - $12
Dinner plates are priced $16 - $24
Directions to Tonalli Cafe & Bar:
Tonalli is located on 3628 Broadway, between 149th & 150th streets. The nearest subway station is the 1 train line to the 145th Street stop, and walk about 4 blocks north, on the uptown side of B'way. Nearby bus lines include the M4, M11 and M100/101 (Amsterdam Avenue lines).
When you arrive...
Please see the bartender behind the bar, let them know you're with the group, and they'll direct you to the reserved area in the back. Our meetup will officially start @ 6pm and end at 10pm.
As always, please see RSVP guidelines and feel free to text[masked] if you have any questions, running late, etc...
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