I get a lot of questions from readers on my blog, The Dining Dragon, asking me about various local dining topics. And since I imagine many others in Huntsville are facing these same dining dilemmas, I will be tackling one of these questions each month on Our Valley Events.
This month’s question comes from an anonymous reader, who asks:
My wife and I have recently moved to town and are looking for interesting new places to try. In particular, we are looking for a good happy hour place with a great atmosphere and a creative cuisine.
When I think of Happy Hours, two spots immediately spring to mind–the Broken Clock and The Eaves.
Huntsville Happy Hour #1: Broken Clock Gastropub
The Broken Clock Gastropub is located on South Parkway, so it might not be convenient, depending on where you are located. They have a fun menu (bacon marmalade!), delicious drinks (I’m partial to the Basil Collins myself), and a classy bar atmosphere.
Visit The Broken Clock Gastropub
Tue-Fri: 11am – 11pm
Sat: 10:30am – 11pm
11220 South Parkway
Huntsville, Alabama 35803
Phone: (256) 970-1254
Huntsville Happy Hour #2: The Eaves
The Eaves is more centrally located, just north of downtown, but offers happy hours only on Thursday and Friday nights. Their 5:01 at 501 for $5.01, is a series of small plate specials starting at 5:01 pm at 501 Church St priced at $5.01. They feature live entertainment and house specialty mixed drinks.
Visit The Eaves
Tue – Wed: 11am – 2pm
Thu – Fri: 11am – 2pm, 5 pm – 10pm
Sat: 5pm – 10pm
Sun: 10:30 am – 2pm
501-A Church Street
Huntsville, Alabama 35801
Phone: (256) 489-1752
More Huntsville Happy Hour Spots
Some additional spots you might want to explore are:
- Surin of Thailand (known for their martinis)
- Nick’s Ristorante (which offers a cigar lounge)
- Four Leaves (which offers an expansive sushi menu as well as a full bar)
Looking for advice on the perfect restaurant for a special event? Have a large group to seat? Dietary restrictions to accommodate? Itching to try something new? Send your questions to email@example.com and each month Amanda Conger, the blogger behind The Dining Dragon will answer one of your dining conundrums.
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