Devon Seafood Happy Hour

Devon Seafood Happy Hour is one of the best happy hours you don’t know about, especially if you’re a foodie. It’s six days of the week instead of the usual five, Sunday-Friday, and they decided to have TWO happy hours. The first is from 4-7, and if you can’t sneak out of work to make it before 7, you can get the same deals between 9-11. These deals include $6 appetizers such as flatbreads, mussels, lobster tamale and calamari to name a few, as well as $7 appetizers – lobster roll, grilled chipotle shrimp, crab spring rolls and cheeseburgers. Just when you thought you were getting all this food without breaking the bank, they also serve chef’s oysters on the half shell for $1 each and lobster claws for $3

Now onto the drink specials. These are available at the bar and patio Monday-Friday from 5-7.

  • 1.00 off Draft & Bottled Beer
  • 6.50 Martinis & Handcrafted Cocktails
  • 5.00 House Wine (chardonnay & cabernet)
  • 1.00 off Well Drinks
  • 3.50 Oyster Shooter*

You can find the entire Happy Hour menu here.

Tuesday-Thursday, Devon Seafood offers 1lb. Lobster at Cost (subject to availability)

Sunday is 1/2 off bottles of wine priced 100.00 or less

Devon Seafood Happy Hour
Event Category: Food / Wine
When: April 7, 2013
Time: 4:00am - 7:00am
Where: Devon Seafood Grill
More Info: http://www.devonseafood.com/home.aspx?location_id=96
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/devonphilly


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