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Paul Martins is a very upscale restaurant. They have this incredible happy hour with $4 Martinis, cocktails and 4 excellent wines along with some great food....beautifully prepared, I might add. Thought you might want to try it out. This is an ad from the Sac B:
Four is the magic number during happy hour (3?6 p.m. Monday?Friday) at Paul Martin?s, where four small plates, four house cocktails and four glasses of wine are only?you guessed it?$4. The small plates aren?t that small, and they include St. Louis-style pork ribs, smoked chicken and wings, maple cider grilled chicken skewers and smoked salmon lettuce cups. Yum.
Paul Martin?s American Bistro: 1455 Eureka Road, Roseville; (916)[masked]; paulmartinsamericanbistro.com
Mc Cormick and Schmeck is also has a very good priced happy hour...