Today is the launch of the 2011 edition of the Portland Happy Hour Guidebook and tomorrow is the release party at Amalfi’s from 5pm to 9pm. You can purchase the book at the release party for $10 instead of the normal $15. You will also be able to find the book at Powell’s. If you can’t make it to the book release party, go to the Portland Happy Hour Guidebook website and purchase a copy. You can also follow along on Twitterand Facebook.
Cindy does an amazing job putting these books together and has done another wonderful job. The new edition has 328 pages, 80 new places, 20 money-saving coupons, and more than 400 places total.
• Objective ratings (non-advertiser supported)
• Organized by area
• Easy-to-read maps
I keep the book in my car and use it often. I have a smart phone but it isn’t quick enough or as comprehensive as the book. The book is well organized by area and type of food.
I still have three copies of the 2010 Portland Happy Hour Guidebook to giveaway courtesy of Cindy. Though there are less businesses listed there are still coupons that are good until the end of the year. Here are some of the coupons
I will give away one copy to one person at random from the comments on this post.
I will give away another copy to a random Twitter user who posts the following on Twitter between now and Tuesday at 8pm,
Hi @pouregon, I want a copy of the Portland Happy Hour Guidebook from @pdxHappyHour
I will give the last copy to a random Facebook fan once we hit 450 Fans on Facebook.