If you love happy hour, you’ll love Happy Houred, your guide to cheap drinks everywhere in the U.S. Within seconds, the iPhone app will tell you which bars near you have happy hour deals based on your drink of choice–beer, shots or wine, for example–and the timeframe that’s best for you. Read and write bar reviews and add any deals the app may have missed.
Tired of hitting the same old bars? Check out UrbanDig for insider guides to the best places off the beaten path. Designed for locals and travelers alike, this iPhone app gives you tips from adventure-seekers in NYC and other major cities that you won’t find in any tour guide. From the best dives to the craftiest cocktails, use UrbanDigs to eat and drink your way through any city without rubbing elbows with tourists.
Does Williamsburg feel like a foreign territory to you? Domino Brooklyn, a web application that can be used by any device that surfs the web (go to m.hellodomino.com), is here to help. Curated by local experts, the app guides you to the best eating, drinking and fun in Brooklyn, and even offers exclusive deals for users. Recently-launched Domino is starting out with tips for Williamsburg before expanding to other Kings County nabes.
L Magazine partnered with Cocktail Compass to create this app that tells you which nearby bars are offering happy hour, how far the bars are from you, and how long you have before happy hour runs out. Check out reviews and photos of the bars before you make your decision, and add your own information and tips. And when you’re done with your drinking session, Cocktail Compass offers one-touch cab calling so you can get home safely. Available for the iPhone and Android.
Find My Tap
Beer drinkers rejoice–your guide to what’s on tap nearby has made choosing your next brew as easy as flicking your finger. Available in NYC and other U.S. cities for the iPhone and Android, use Find My Tap to pinpoint bars near you serving the beer of your choice, build a list of your favorite brews, and read and write reviews on watering holes you visit.
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Selena Ricks-Good writes about drinks and produces events as The Dizzy Fizz.