Lantao Social Club Launches Late-Night Happy Hour Mondays

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Happy hour is all well and good when it happens at 5 p.m., but as the night wears on and you want to keep drinking, the rising prices can be a major drain on your dwindling cash supply.

Lucky for your bare-bones budget, the Surfcomber's Lantao Social Club is launching a Monday-night happy hour that's easy on the wallet.

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Beginning tonight, patrons can score $5 well drinks, $3 microbrews, and various bar bites while listening to the house music melodies of DJ Kristian Caro. Known for its creative take on mixology, Lantao Social Club sits in the lobby of the recently renovated Kimpton Surfcomber.

As far as food, they'll offer signature blue crab spring rolls and barbecued pork ribs, plus some other options. They'll also have $5 rotating red and white house wines and a $3 microbrew. Variety is the spice of life, after all.

Happy hour starts at 9 p.m. and ends at midnight, so get while the getting is good. Score a seat in the swanky lobby and soak up the South Beach lifestyle, all on a dive-bar budget.

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