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Urban Grocery and Wine Bar Launches Happy Hour -- Late Night Hours Coming Soon

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Celebrating the food, wine, and beers of Arizona nightly? We'll toast to that.

Located downtown, Urban Grocery and Wine Bar, Phoenix Public Market's purveyor of all things local, has announced the addition of a happy hour with late night hours on the way.

"With a selection of over 45 Arizona wines and an ever-growing Arizona craft beer menu, it seemed only logical that the next step for us was to showcase their work in every way we could," said Natalie Morris, the Market's Arizona wine and beer buyer. "Who wouldn't want to raise a glass in support of a good cause?"

Indeed. Get the details on Urban Grocery and Wine Bar's happy hour and late night hours after the jump.

Happy hour at Urban Grocery and Wine Bar is officially underway and happens every Tuesday through Friday from 5 to 7 p.m. The Market's full menu including appetizers, sandwiches, and salads is available and glasses of wine and bottles of beer are a dollar off.

Late night hours, 8 p.m. to midnight, will happen every Friday starting Friday, July 8, and will feature seasonal appetizers and a new late night menu.

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