2nd Annual Orange County Happy Hour Week: October 24 – 30

Orange County Happy Hour Week

On the heels of Orange County Restaurant Week is the second annual Happy Hour Week to be held Sunday, October 24 through Saturday, October 30. Once again, restaurants, bars, pubs and breweries throughout Orange County will promote their best drinks and appetizers with many restaurants following various themes, including a “Haunted Happy Hour” or offering “Happy Hour, All Day…All Week.”

The weeklong event will begin at SOL Cocina in Newport Beach with a Happy Hour Week Kick-Off Party from 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. on Sunday, October 24. SOL Cocina’s Executive Chef Deborah Schneider will offer guests the opportunity to taste the many flavors featured on SOL’s expansive menu of eclectic twists on traditional Baja cuisine. Peligroso Tequila will set up a complimentary fresh margarita bar within the restaurant, to showcase the brand’s various tequila offerings. In addition, guests will be able to take advantage of SOL’s Happy Hour Week menu of SOL Signature Cocktails, including its many specialty margaritas, from the classic House Margarita to the more exotic Raspberry-Serrano and Cucumber-Jalapeno varieties.

JILL-FM (92.7 FM) provides the soundtrack with a live broadcast from the restaurant. The event will include giveaways and while there is no cost to attend the event, those interested should refer to the Happy Hour Week website for RSVP details.

Saturday Night Foodies will be attending the kick off event so make sure you come say Hi!

Here is the complete list of restaurants participating:

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