The best thing about working a nine-to-five is clocking off and heading to happy hour. And for folks whose work precludes a late night during the week, the Pour House lets them get their live music fix before the sun even sets. Their happy hour has all the norms — $2 domestics, $3 Sweetwater draft — but they one-up everyone else by presenting live music on their spacious, open air deck from 6-9 p.m. every Monday through Friday. And it's not a bunch of random no-talent ass-clowns you've never heard of, either. Cary Ann Hearst & Michael Trent (pictured), Sol Driven Train, and Flatt City are all known to regularly play the early gig, where there's never a cover charge. On Wednesdays, they host a local artists craft market, and they've got delicious Cuban fare cooking in El Bohio every night of the week.
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