Sometimes, dinner at one of your favorite restaurants can be surprisingly expensive. If the two of you each order an appetizer, entrée, a couple of cocktails, and dessert, the bill for you and your dining partner could total between $100 to $150.

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If you and your partner can't or don't feel like dropping a load of cash on one meal, there is a going out to eat compromise: Happy Hour! The advantages of a decent restaurant happy hour are lower prices on both drinks and food, plus you won't hate yourself for jamming too much food down your throat, much like you would with a full-blown dinner.

My job is to give you the heads up on some of the best restaurant Happy Hours in Greater Danbury.

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