Manhattan House Celebrates First Anniversary

July 15, 2016

Manhattan House Restaurant, the garden-to-table seasonal gastropub located in Manhattan Beach, is celebrating its one-year anniversary with new food and drink specials in honor of their “House Guests” the entire month of July.

Manhattan House elevates the happy hour experience and offers 51% off of all beer, wine, cocktails and “mocktails” from 5:00-6:30 p.m. Tuesdays-Sundays. Executive Chef, Diana Stavaridis, has also released a small plates menu, which serves as a perfect complement to their “happier” hour libations. Happier hour rotating food specials include: a limited availability grilled Sonoma lamb burger on Tuesdays; the complimentary addition of foie gras to the signature “House Burger” on Thursdays; and “Breakfast for Dinner” themed Sunday nights, with brunch favorites such as Sausage, Egg and Cheese Sandwiches on house baked bread.

“We are here to serve the Manhattan Beach community and we can’t think of a better way to do so than to recognize our friends and neighbors who have made this exciting milestone possible,” said Brett Schwartz, General Manager. “And since we already offer some of the best food around, we decided to celebrate by offering the best happy hour in the South Bay.”

In addition to the new happier hour, to commemorate the restaurant’s one-year anniversary, guests who have a birthday in the month of July can come in to dine with friends and receive a complimentary entrée up to $25. To qualify for the birthday special, guest must show proof of birthdate with a government issued ID.

“Manhattan House is already a destination for fellow foodies to celebrate their birthday with great food and drinks,” said Richard Drapkin, co-founder. “So we decided to say thanks by serving them dinner ‘On The House’ as we like to say.”

Manhattan House is located at 1019 Manhattan Beach Boulevard, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266.

Guests may park in their proprietary lot, entering via Manhattan Beach Blvd., or on the street, rules permitting. After 6pm and on Sundays, guests can follow the signs for additional parking lots on Oak Ave.

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