Posted November 30, 2018 02:30:11A D-Town that doesn’t get a D-Day celebration, even one that lasts for an entire month, will get no joy this Christmas season.
While the city of Burlington has a few days to celebrate on December 1st and 2nd, all other towns will get their “Happy Hour” to kick off on December 6th.
That’s the same date when all bars will close.
In the U.S., there are currently 1,000 restaurants that are participating in this holiday promotion.
The rest are either in Vermont or New York.
The city of Hamilton, New York is not participating in the promotion, but the city has an estimated 200 bars and restaurants participating in a program called Happy Hour.
The program is for restaurants that serve food during a “happy hour” period.
The idea is that if a bar or restaurant does not have enough people working at the bar or restaurants for the hours that they want to be open, they can charge extra for a special Happy Hour period that lasts a maximum of 30 minutes.
The bars and establishments that are offering their “special” Happy Hour hours are not allowed to charge more than 30 cents per hour for a “special hour,” or 10 cents per 1,100 people.
However, it is not clear what is the minimum amount of hours they have to offer.
If a bar and/or restaurant offers a special time, they are only allowed to offer it once per day.
In many cities, such as New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Boston, Happy Hours are offered on December 7th and 8th.
The number of restaurants participating has risen to more than 1,500 in the last week.
Some cities, including Philadelphia, Chicago and Boston have already reached their 100-percent completion of the program.
Other cities, like Boston, New Orleans, and Washington, DC, are not close.
For more information on the program, visit the Happy Hours website.