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Happy Hour Scene: Little Woodrow's

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You made it. Thanksgiving is over. You politely ate your aunt's casserole, and you even helped your mom clean the dishes. Now, it's time to celebrate an extra day off from work, and Little Woodrow's is here to help.

From noon to 7 p.m. today, Little Woodrow's in Midtown (2306 Brazos St.) will have $2.75 domestic beer bottles, $14 domestic beer buckets, and $4 house wine. And what goes better with beer than football? Little Woodrow's has plenty of TVs to watch your favorite Thanksgiving weekend games. So, leave the family drama at home. The only drama you will have to worry about here is the drunken football fans screaming at the TV or each other. If you can't make it today, Little Woodrow's in Midtown has specials every day in addition to happy hour.

Drink Specials, Little Woodrow's in Midtown:

Monday - $2.75 Texas Beers all day Tuesday - "Giant Mug Night" featuring giant 25-ounce mugs for $4.25. Domestics and premium domestics for $3 Wednesday - 23-ounce domestic beers starting at $2 all day Thursday - $2 pints of Lone Star Friday - $2 pints of Lone Star Saturdays - Frozen mimosas for $3 until 7 p.m. Sunday - Any draft for $2.50 and up from 7 p.m. until close

Jeans and flip-flop wearers, this is your spot. It's casual, it's outdoors, and it's got shuffle board. Drink specials vary by location so you may not get the same specials, but you can always get cheap drinks.

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