Los Angeles Since this weekend's pretty much entirely taken up by you doing your taxes last minute, the REAL weekend happens on Tuesday, when taxes are due and a crapload of bars have specials on alcohol. Here're five of the best...
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$1 Cocktails at all 1933 Group Bar Locations (Oldfield's, Bigfoot West & East, Sassafras, Thirsty Crow, La Cuevita): Whether you’re searching for small-batch whiskeys, smokey mezcals, or Sasquatch, each of 1933 Group's bars will be offering their own signature Tax Day cocktail for just $1, from 5-9pm. Continue Reading
$4.15 Income Tax Cocktails at Plan Check Kitchen + Bar: Sooth your tax form-addled brain with the refreshing Income Tax Cocktail (gin, vermouth & OJ) for a mere $4.15 (get it?!), available all day. And while you’re ordering your second round, be sure to invest in some sweet potato waffle fries with beef tallow and peach ketchup.
No Tax at Rock & Reilly’s Irish Pub: Because an Irishman born during a bar fight understands the importance of sticking it to The Man, the mythic namesake of Rock & Reilly’s Irish Pub is offering to cover the tax on all of your food and drinks on Tax Day. Even better? They're doing discounts on "Irish" classics, including $2 tacos, $3 Tecates, and $5 Casamigos margaritas.
$4.15 Margaritas, all day at Border Grill: What better way to drown out the haunting chorus of The Beatles’ "Taxman", than by filing away a healthy dose of tequila and lime juice? BG's doing an all-day offer of Border margaritas for $4.15, plus from 4-7pm, you can blow what savings you have left on happy hour items like $5 ceviche shots (!), as well as lamb adobo and grilled fish tacos for $3.50.
$4 Mini-Martinis at Dominick’s: Snag one of their red leather booths and sip on $4 mini-martinis and other Tax Day drink specials, in the same spot where The Rat Pack used to hang out on Tax Day (and probably other days, as well).