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Five Phoenix Happy Hours Before 5 p.m.

Screw the pooch, happy-hour is man's real best friend-- or the real man's best friend. Whether it's a standard happy hour or a reverse, any time is a good time to eat, drink, and be merry at a discounted price.

But a daytime happy hour-- as in, all-day or before 5 p.m-- well, that's what we call true and unconditional love. Here are 5 local happy hours to hit before 5 p.m.

1. Postino Winecafe
Both the Arcadia and Central location of this uber hip wine bar offers any glass of wine or pitcher of beer for $5 everyday before 5 p.m.. Let us repeat: $5 for any glass of wine or pitcher of beer, before 5 p.m..

2.  Barrio Cafe
From 3 - 5 p.m. on Tuesday through Friday, this favorite authentic mexican staple offers 8 different tacos for $1.50 each AND 50% off ALL drinks. Yes, this includes all 250 premium tequilas. Pssh, who needs sandy Mexico beaches.

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3. Cornish Pasty
Both the Tempe and Mesa locations of this super-tasty micro-chain offer an all-day happy hour on Sunday that knocks $1 off all beer, wines, shots and mixed drinks, giving any hungry hipster good reason to wash down their afternoon pasty with a $3 car bomb.

4. Coronado Cafe

This darling CenPho gem has an all-day happy hour, EVERY DAY, that begins at 11 am with $5 wines, $4 cocktail of the day and $3 beers. No need to watch the clock for this one.

5. Boulders on Broadway
Saturdays at this Tempe neighborhood hangout mean all-day happy hour, offering $1.00 off the 25 plus beers on draft and $3.25 well drinks. Boulders also offers a happy hour appetizer menu for $2.50.

Have a fave daytime happy hour spot? Tell us about it in the comment section.

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