HFF17 Office Hours

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HFF16 Participants hang out at Office Hours // Photo: Matt Kamimura

Join Hollywood Fringe staff and participants every Wednesday for the return of Office Hours! Office Hours are casual meet-ups at different bars around Hollywood that offer you a weekly chance to network and drink with other Fringers.

Make sure to use #drinkingaboutfringe on Twitter or Instagram (as well as #hff17, the official festival hashtag) for updates on locations, specials and more. We’ll also be updating this blog post.

Office hours are always Wednesdays from 7pm-9pm beginning March 30th, at the following bars:

  • March 29th - Three Clubs (1123 Vine St.) - $5 Happy Hour drink specials until 10pm
  • April 5th - BLACK (6202 Santa Monica Blvd.) – $1 off drinks until 10pm
  • April 12th – Lost Property (1704 Vine St.) – Extended happy hour w/ $8 cocktails
  • April 19th – Pig N’ Whistle (6714 Hollywood Blvd.) – Special TBD
  • April 26th – Melrose Umbrella Co. (7465 Melrose Ave.) – Specialty Fringe-themed cocktail
  • May 3rd – St. Felix (1602 N. Cahuenga Blvd.) – Extended happy hour specials 
  • May 10th – The Well (6255 Sunset Blvd.) – Extended happy hour specials
  • May 17th – BLACK (6202 Santa Monica Blvd.) – $1 off drinks until 10pm
  • May 24th – Cellar 43 (1643 N Cahuenga Blvd) – Cocktail & food specials
  • May 31st – Three Clubs (1123 Vine St.) - $5 Happy Hour drink specials until 10pm

 Networking is an essential ingredient to your success at Fringe and we’re giving you a ton of opportunities to mix and mingle! Hope to see you #drinkingaboutfringe soon.

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