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Meet Our Cover Cocktail!

Madison bar manager Danny Kuehner gives us the scoop on happy hour at the University Heights eatery



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This month’s cover story on San Diego’s Best Happy Hours includes 154 local spots for drinking and dining deals. There’s a HH for everyone, from ocean view restaurants and family-friendly venues to trendy lounges and dog-centric digs. One of our favorites is University Heights restaurant-bar Madison, which nabbed the December cover spot.

Below, bar manager Danny Kuehner tells us about what to expect at Madison’s happy hour.

Video by Jay Reilly

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