Free Happy Hour Bar Snacks and New Mid Day Menu at St. Francis

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In an ideal world, we'd all be able to splurge every time we go out. But sometimes, when funds are limited, you have to prioritize.

So instead of skimping on your happy hour budget to put a little grub in your belly, you can have another cocktail at St. Francis.

The stylish north CenPho restaurant was already quite a fab hangout for afternoon drinks (love that bar area, especially when the weather's a little cooler and the front window's open), but now there's the added allure of freebie happy hour snacks, along with $3 beer, $5 specialty cocktails, and $10 carafes of wine until 6 p.m.

There's also a new Mid Day Menu -- also available all day until 6 p.m. -- with snacky snacks like the French onion burger and crispy fingerling potatoes with rosemary and sage. 

Read on for the full rundown:

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