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Pabu Is Getting Into the Happy Hour Game, Starting Tonight

The new restaurant already has some new menu items

Pabu interior
Pabu
David Varley for Pabu

One of Boston’s newest restaurants already has a taste of something new lined up for the city. Pabu, which opened on November 1 in Downtown Crossing’s Millennium Tower, unveils its happy hour menu tonight from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Check it out below.

Chefs Michael Mina and Ken Tominaga already have a whole host of sushi offerings and other Japanese dishes on the menu, and they’re adding an early evening selection of dishes such as Tokyo fried chicken ‘karaage’, chili-glazed spare ribs, and robata skewers.

A hand holds skewers aloft a grill at Pabu in Boston
Robata skewers
Pabu [Official Photo]

There will also be a few low-priced beverages available, including an ever-changing Japanese chuhai, cans of sake, and both red and white wine. (In accordance with Massachusetts’ laws prohibiting time-specific booze deals, these selections are always available throughout the restaurant and during all operating hours, but they’re conveniently promoted on the happy hour menu for those looking for a cheap drink.)

Here’s a look at the full happy hour menu for Pabu, which will be available in the bar and lounge every weekday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Pabu Brings Sushi to Boston’s Millennium Tower Starting Today [EBOS]

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1 Franklin St., Boston, MA 02108 Visit Website

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