Free Drinks: Miami New Times Mobile App Party at Pride and Joy BBQ Tonight

Memorial Day weekend may officially start tomorrow, but we know your brain is already on holiday. Today is going to be torture at the office because while the boss is screaming about the budget, you're daydreaming about tanning on the beach.

Relax. Take a deep breath and chill. And get an early jump on the long weekend at tonight's Miami New Times Happy Hour Mobile App party at Pride and Joy in Wynwood.

Tonight, May 23, from 7 - 9 p.m. the good people at Pride and Joy will be tapping a firkin of ShipYard Monkey Fist IPA. That's fresh beer, son. So fresh it talks back to you....and it's free!

Into wine? Choose from a delightful Rosenblum Red Zinfandel or a Creme De Lys Chardonnay...again -- free!

You're going to need a nosh with those drinks, so we're feeding you BBQ nachos and sliders. All at the low, low price of...free!

How do you score an invite to this fabulous (21 and over) happy hour soiree? Just show us your smart phone (or iPad) with our Miami New Times Happy Hour app downloaded on the phone. It not only gets you access to this party (and others just like it), it's your key to the best happy hours throughout Miami. Which will make you the most popular co-worker in the office -- even if you can't balance the company budget.

Don't have the app on your phone? Apple users, can download it here; Android users can download from the Google Play Store on your phone; and Blackberry users can search for "GOTIME" in the Blackberry App World.

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