Day Drinker: Your Watering-Hole Ideas Needed!

Who says you have to wait until the sun goes down to have a good time?

Since December of last year, we Day Drinking gal pals have covered 14 drinking establishments catering to those enjoying a libation or two in the morning hours. From dive bars to sports bars to casual neighborhood watering holes, Ronda, Tana and I have worked diligently to shed some sunlight on the places, people, and purveyors that make Day Drinking worth getting out of bed for.

But we're running out of ideas. Save for our favorite haunts, tips from friends, and the Internet God, finding quality hooch houses is proving to be a bit of a buzzkill. That's where you, dear Day Drinking readers, come to the rescue. Got a favorite bar you've frequented nightly but not sure what it's like during the day? A pub perfect for the sunlit hours? We want to know, and then drink there.

Find out how you can help keep day drinking alive and liquored-up after the jump.

Want to help a few gals in need of a morning cocktail? Add your day drinking location ideas to the comment box below or drop me a line at [email protected]. Don't worry about the area or what kind of bar it is. We'll travel for alcohol, and Tana has threatened to stab possible troublemakers in the neck with a ballpoint pen, so we're covered.

Get your watering hole wonders in today! I promise to give shout-outs and if Ronda, Tana and I can put our collective brain cells together and remember to do so, we'll even toast your idea on-site. Thanks in advance for enabling!

Cheers until next week. For now, here's a recap of the last month so you won't miss a thing.

Dilly Dally Lounge: No-Nonsense and Chick-Chat

Philthy Phil's: Phil-Tastic

Pat Murphy's: Pre-St. Pat's Day Fun

My Ole Man's: Breakfast, Booze, and Sex

The Recovery Room: Lunches for a Buck, the Must-Wear Panties Rule, and Sam Elliott

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Laura Hahnefeld
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