Citizen Public House: Happy Hour Report Card

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The Spot: Citizen Public House, 7111 E. 5th Avenue Ste. E. Scottsdale, 480-398-4208.

The Hours: 3 - 6pm, daily.

The Details: "CPH Social" (yes, even the name of their happy hour is unique) offers a daily $2 discount on specialty cocktails, wine by the glass, draft beer, and bar snacks.

Bar snacks include foodie inspired items like "Tender Belly" Bacon Fat Popcorn ($3), "Kilt Lifter" fondue with smoked sausage, and toasted country bread ($7), Grilled flatbread with hummus and tzatziki ($4), and our favorite, Gorgonzola- Emmental mac-n-cheese ($7).

When it comes to booze-infused beverages, CPH's master mixologist Richie Moe never disappoints. After discount, prices on his killer cocktail concoctions range from $7 to $10 and incorporate retro-style cocktails like  a Sazerac, Moscow Mule (or Moe'scow Mule) and Manhattan but never without a Richie Moe twist.

(CPH gets happy hour report carded, after the jump.)    

The Interior: White tableclothes and gourmet goods make for an upscale environment, but the lively staff, wonderful management, and chill jams create a hip feel that strays far away from stuffy or pretentious. 


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