New Happy Hour Menu for Happy Hour Pal: The Safehouse. Honolulu, Hawaii

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New #happyhour on Happy Hour Pal’s website & apps! Check out The Safehouse located inside The Republik.

$3 Drafts, House Wines, Wells, $2 off Signature Cocktails $2 off food & more! The Safehouse #pauhana menu: www.happyhourpal.com/thesafehouse

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Happy Hour Menu

DRINKS

Wells $3.00
House Wine $3.00
Beers $3.00
Signature Cocktails $2.00 OFF

FOOD

Gorg Fries $6.00
Seasoned Waffle Fries Drizzled with Gorgonzola Sauce and Crumbles
Cheese Curds $8.00
Wisconsin Yellow Cheddar Cheese Curds, Beer Battered and Fried
Greek Salad $5.00
Kalamata Olives, Grape Tomatoes, Red Onion, Cucumber, Mixed Greens, Tossed in a Red Wine Vinaigrette, Topped With Pita and Feta Crumbles
Cheese Bread $6.00
Extra Virgin Olive Oil Brushed, House Cheese Blend, Marinara
Juicy Lucy Inspired Bar Burger $11.00
Serrano and Chipotle Pepper Infused Burger, Filled with Mexican 3 Cheese Blend with House Cut Fries
Safehouse Sliders $10.00
Pork: Slow Cooked BBQ Pork with Cranberry Slaw on Hawaiian Sweet Bread
Safehouse Sliders $11.00
Beef: Ground Chuck, Havarti, and Pickle n Tomato Skewer
Safehouse Sliders $11.00
Chicken: Thinly Pounded Breast, Parmesan Crusted, House Made Marinara, Mozzarella, Mixed Greens
Pizza Republik $9.00
Veggie: Red Sauce, Caramelized Onion, Confit Tomato, Grilled Zucchini, Mushroom, Arugula, and Buffalo Mozzarella. Add-Ons: Pepperoni, Sausage, Onion
Pizza Republik $10.00
Kalua Pork-BBQ sauce, Pineapple, Mango, Red Onion, Cilantro, Jack and Mozzarella. Add-Ons: Pepperoni, Sausage, Onion
Ribeye Skewers $13.00
Secret Marinade Ribeye, with Onion, Peppers, and Mushrooms
Fries $4.00
Tajin, Salt and Pepper, or Garlic. Sampler (all three choices): $12
Wonton Tacos $12.00
Spicy Ahi: Fresh Ahi Tossed with Creamy House Spice Mix, Asian Slaw, and Avocado
Wonton Tacos $9.00
The Other White Meat: Onion, Cilantro, Avocado/Jalapeno Sauce, Cotija
Edamame $4.00
Served Spicy or Salty
Drumettes $11.00
Traditional Buffalo or Angry Korean Marinade
Toasted Ravioli $7.00
Just Like the Italian’s Never Made Them, Cheese filled, Breaded and Fried, Served with House Red Sauce
Bacon Wrapped Hotdog $4.00
BACON Makes Everything Better, Grilled Onions and Peppers, Spicy Aioli

Cheers to Candy Month!

Every month has a slew of abstract and unknown holidays.  For instance, every November 3rd is Sandwich Day and November is National Model Railroad Month.  Can anyone honestly claim they celebrate either of those?  June is no exception either.

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June is Candy Month, and today, June 8th, is Best Friends’ Day (holidayinsight.com).  Unlike sandwich day and model railroads, though, candy and best friends go together like two peas in a pod.  It is no surprise that when someone says candy most people think chocolate, and based on annual sales if chocolate had a best friend it would be peanut butter.  Reese’s peanut butter cups are ranked second behind M&M’s milk chocolate (businessweek.com).  So, what’s a better way to celebrate both of these abstract holidays than to make a Peanut Butter Cup Martini?

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Here’s the recipe:

1 oz vanilla vodka

½ oz Kahlua

½ oz white crème de cocoa

1 oz godiva chocolate liquor

¾ oz peanut butter simple syrup

Splash of milk/cream

Chocolate syrup

Reese’s peanut butter cup

To make the peanut butter simple syrup mix equal parts sugar and water over medium high heat.  When they start to dissolve add a glob of peanut butter and melt it down.  Once it is thoroughly mixed and begins to bubble remove from heat and cool.

Take a martini glass and swirl with chocolate syrup.  Depending on the size of your Reese’s either skewer or place on the rim.  Add remaining ingredients to a shaker with ice.  Shake vigorously and strain into your prepared martini glass.

By Krystle Turkington

@KrystleBar

www.HappyHourPal.com