FEZ: Happy Hour Report Card
|FEZ's happy hour spread, with two-for-ones and lots of apps.|
The Hours: Double the hours, double the cheap drinks with a 4 to 6:30 happy hour for the after work crowd or from 10 to close to satisfy the late night CenPho scene.
The Details: Two-for-one wells and beer, $3 glasses of wine, and fancy specialty cocktail like $5 Skyy vodka martinis. There are also rotating daily drink specials that include margaritas, G-Spots and martinis. A variety of Mediterranean-inspired apps ($5) are discounted at happy hour to soak up all that booze.
(the happy hour break down after the jump)
|FEZ fondue with veggies on the side.|
The Cost:One wine, one well, and two appetizers for $16 before tax and tip.
The Conclusion: The drink specials at FEZ are varied enough to satisfy just about anyone, from the beer-me bros in your party (they can even step up to Stella and other premium drafts) to the pinky-raised martini sippers.
|Panko-breaded chicken strips.|
About six different happy hour nibbles were available on the happy hour menu, and included their decadent sweet potato fries, addictive garlicky hummus, provolone fondue and thin-cut chicken strips. The fondue was the perfect size for sharing with a small group and was served with crusty bread and grilled vegetables for dipping. The chicken strips were crispy, panko-breaded ribbons that weren't overly greasy. It was also served with a tasty, smoky secret sauce on the side.
If Mad Men were updated for the new millennium, this is where they would be getting their after work boozing on.
Overall Grade: A