Origin of happy hour
Examples from the Web for happy hour
With a Republican frontrunner weaker than a happy-hour margarita and a significantly reshuffled deck of challengers.Rick Santorum Reshuffles the GOP Primary Deck With MN, MO Wins|Michelle Cottle|February 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
They should spend more time in the kitchen and less time worrying about the specials and happy-hour board.
British Dictionary definitions for happy hour
Word Origin and History for happy hour
"early evening period of discount drinks and free hors-d'oeuvres at a bar," first recorded 1961.
Idioms and Phrases with happy hour
A period in the late afternoon or early evening when a bar or lounge features drinks at reduced prices. For example, The hotel bar has a happy hour from five to seven every day. [1960s]