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Hooch has the ideal happy hour for the Wall St. pre-party crowd



25 Wall St., 407-849-9904,

After work or after hours? Both

Beer/wine or liquor too? All of the above

Check all that apply:
☒ fancy cocktails
☒ make 'em strong and keep 'em coming
☐ wine list (5 choices or more)
☐ craft beer
☒ beer: the usual suspects
☐ wide selection of bottles (more than 15)
☐ wide selection on tap (more than 15)

Food? Y ☒ N ☐

Smoking allowed inside? Y ☐ N ☒

Outside drinking? Y ☒ N ☐

Dog-friendly? Y ☒ N ☐   (We have seen dogs on Wall Street Plaza during happy hour, but please use common sense – this place can be raucous and when it is, that’s not a great environment for your dog.)

Bathrooms: nightmare or not bad? Not bad

Bag hooks? Y ☒ N ☐  

TVs? Y ☒ N ☐
What's on? Probably sporting events

DJs? Y ☒ N ☐
(Sometimes. That vintage car that’s underneath the giant moon inside the bar? That’s a DJ booth in disguise.)

Loud music or background music?
Depends on the time of day.

Essay question: Why should I drink here?  
If you’re not into the heavy-duty party scene that is Wall Street Plaza after hours, but you dig the idea of drinking in what kind of looks like an old auto-repair shop mashed up with a moonshiner’s basement, this is a perfect place during happy hour. Or, really, up until about 10 p.m., when it starts to fill up with the party-hopping crowd. If you are into the party scene, you’re at Wall Street Plaza – by midnight, all of the bars around you will be bumpin’.

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