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23 Hoyt Review
A chic, high-end tavern, 23 Hoyt takes happy hour to a new level, offering a wide selection of interesting small plates grouped by price, from $1 to $8. Snack plate choices, which change seasonally, may include roasted beets, chevre, and walnuts; onion rings and harissa aioli; and seared steak bites. With a cool, clean ambience and the owner's private collection of contemporary art on the walls, this corner establishment makes an excellent place to partake in early-evening or late-night weekend noshing. The happy hour menu is available 4-6 pm daily and 9 pm to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. There are also more substantial entrées such as buttermilk fried chicken and steak frites on the rotating dinner menu.
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