Redmond Favorite Restaurant Offers All Day Happy Hour Pricing in the Bar Every Sunday

REDMOND, WA – Locally owned and operated Matts’ Rotisserie & Oyster Lounge, the busiest sit-down restaurant in Redmond, today announces the beginning of all day Happy Hour each Sunday starting April 15th. Happy Hour offers discounted draft beers, wine, well drinks, and specialty cocktails. 

A wide range of appetizers, including Roasted Pepper Bruschetta, Cambozola Flatbread, Spicy Buffalo Wings, and Prawn and Avocado Pizza, are offered from $4 to $8 each during Happy Hour. Additionally, a featured daily fresh-shucked oyster is offered for $ .99 each.

“Happy Hour has always been a valued favorite by our regular customers – we are now offering it all day Sunday so even more people can enjoy our food and drink specials,” said owner Matt Fleck.

Other than Sunday, Happy Hour is offered from 3:00-6:00pm and from 9:00pm to close daily. Although Happy Hour is only offered in the bar and on the patio, two large bar tables are available for parties with guests under the age of 21. Additionally on Sundays, featured bottles of red and white wines are offered for 50% off regular prices.

Casual fine-dining Matts’ Rotisserie & Oyster Lounge, located on the second level of Redmond Town Center, is locally owned and operated by Matt Fleck and Chris Matthew Hill. Matts’ opened in 2003 and features a wide range of cooking styles from passionate simplicity to inspired innovation. Executive Chef Abby McCune creates global flavors that are enhanced through imaginative use of the wood-fired grill and rotisserie. 

Signature cooking techniques, together with from-scratch recipes, unique ingredients, and expert attention to detail, provide a guarantee of quality and value. The restaurant’s atmosphere is a combination of stylish and inviting.

Written by Charles Koh

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