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Q: Best happy hours in Suzhou?

9 years 40 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Suzhou

 
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Hey Denny, it seems like we're the only two people in Suzhou at the moment. Where's everyone else? But to answer your question, there's a great happy hour at Blue Marlin in SIP. Their pints cost 15 a pop before 7pm and there's always a great buzz there. It's great for winding down after a day's work and also meeting other expats in town. I also heard that Malone's does great buy-one get-one free happy hours each day but I have yet to check it out.
I read this article a couple of months ago which prompted me to check out the hapy hour at Blue Marlin. You might find some other go-worthy deals there. Wink

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can i join..? haha Smile

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