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January 31, 2013

Celebrate The Return Of The NHL With Noir’s New Canadian-Inspired Happy Hour, Every Tuesday-Sunday, 5-7 P.M.

As if the return of the NHL isn’t good enough already, Noir is introducing a Canadian-inspired happy hour to celebrate the end of the lockout. Rejoice!

Chef Marco DeCotiis has filled the menu with anything and everything Canadian. And the guy knows Canada pretty well, he was born and raised in Montreal. This glorious happy hour runs from 5-7 p.m. and includes everything a hockey lover could want.

Each night Noir is providing guests with a different happy hour special. The bar is closed on Mondays, so the happy hour runs each night that Noir is open, so from Tuesday-Sunday. Every night, guests can enjoy a Canadian spin on a Philly favorite, the citywide special. Sit down and enjoy the O’Canada, a Molson Canadian and a shot of Canadian Club just for $5. Also choose from half-priced appetizers each night of the week.

For the vodka lovers out there, DeCotiis is infusing Absolut Vodka with fresh cherries. Yum. On Tuesdays, the cherry-infused drinks will be on special. Enjoy cherry-infused vodka shots and cocktails for just $5 each. For $7, sip on the Mon Cheri martini. Also, the vodka-spiked cherries will be available for $1 each.

Wednesday night is the night for alcohol-infused hot chocolate. This decadent treat is made with melted German chocolate that is topped off with a shot of cherry-infused vodka, marshmallows and a vodka-spiked cherry on top. Warm yourself up with this adult hot chocolate for only $6.

On Thursdays, stop by for $4 glasses of wine, $4 well drinks and $1 off draught beers.

Noir’s Canadian-Inspired Happy Hour
When: Tuesday-Sunday, 5-7 p.m.
Where: Noir, 1909 E. Passyunk Avenue
Cost: Varies
More info: www.noirphiladelphia.com

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