This new Williamsburg Chinese restaurant has an all-day happy hour

If you will find an antidote to laborous, stress filled adult days, it is this: All-working day pleased hour!

A new Chinese restaurant in South Williamsburg, Antidote, is offering a weekday joyful hour, from 12pm–6pm, Monday–Friday. Which is a very good excuse for a lengthy lunch crack if we at any time read one. And of course, there is also a lunch unique until finally 4pm on weekdays, so you can eat and consume on the low cost. 

At satisfied hour, bottles of Tsingtao go for $5. Purple, white and rosé wines are readily available for $9 a glass and 3 craft cocktails from Antidote’s menu are minimized to $11. Lunch menu costs vary from $14 (eggplant with garlic sauce) to $21 (spicy cumin lamb), with supplemental solutions like Sichuan chili fried chicken ($15), fried rice with shredded duck or fresh shrimp ($15), salted egg yolk golden fish filet ($16) and significantly additional. Wood ear mushroom salad, cucumber salad and tofu in chili oil is served on the aspect. 


Antidote opened on March 30 at 66 South Second St. and aims to serve Chinese cuisine to “please all palates.” Area elements are utilized in earning Sichuan and Shanghainese delicacies, with an in depth menu that incorporates modest plates, noodles, rice dishes and hearty entrees and a plethora of vegetable options and dim sum, like crab and pork soup dumplings, har gow and egg lava buns. 

A entire bar and craft cocktail menu will help mitigate some of the spiciness in the dishes, nevertheless milder options are also out there for those people with a delicate palate. Reservations are acknowledged on the web, even all through happy hour, and takeout is also obtainable. 

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