Happy Hour

St. Francis: Happy Hour Report Card

The Spot: St. Francis, 111 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix, (602) 200-8111
www.stfrancisaz.com

The Hours: 3- 6 p.m., daily.

The Details: When it comes to Phoenix dining destinations, St. Francis has always been a top contender, specializing in urban/ rustic style food and drink and an ambiance that guarantees to calculate our "big city" cool points.

 Their happy hour is no different, offering 13 dishes that easily qualify as St. Francis favorites with discounted prices that range from $5 to $8. Our favorites include chewy wood-fired flat breads, a dream-invading French Onion Burger and cheesy Pork Green Chile served with a side of buttery corn bread for dipping. 

Adding even more "happy" to the mix are cocktails that are just as freshly adapted as their food counterpart. Choose from 6 inspired cocktails at $5 and $7, including refreshers such as the "Grapefruitini" and "Cucumber Cooler," draft beer specials at $3, well drinks for $6 and select wine for either $5 a glass or $12 a carafe.

(See if this Saint holds his happy-hour weight, after the jump.)


The Interior: Easily one of the best designed restaurants in the Valley, St. Francis makes stylish modern decor feel historic and comfortable. The inside and outside dining areas are unified by garage door style windows and offer shared booth seating. The limited space forces a sense of community and in turn creates an "all in this together" sort of vibe you'd expect from a "big-city" dining experience.


The Cost:  Three hungry girls, five dishes and three cocktails came out to 40 dollars before tax and tip.

The Conclusion:



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Nicole Smith
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