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Jan 25, 2011 10:16 AM

Henry's Hat -- $35 of Food/Drinks for Only $12

Henry's Hat has had pretty positive reviews on Chowhound. Groupon is offering a Henry's Hat Coupon for $35 of Foof/Drinks fo only $12


Henry's Hat
3413 Cahuenga Blvd
Los Angeles
(323) 512-2500

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  1. Combined with $10 off targeted groupon offer = $2 OOP for $35 henry's hat groupon


    3 Replies
    1. re: ns1

      How do you get the targeted Groupon?

      1. re: heathpack

        i purchased a groupon prior and they sent it to me. i didn't do JACK except buying a groupon awhile ago

        1. re: ns1

          When I first signed up with Groupon, they gave me a $15 credit to use on my FIRST Groupon purchase.

    2. Holy cow! You can use it for DineLA week!

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      1. re: happybaker

        No, the groupon specifically says it cannot be used for DineLA menu.

        1. re: heathpack

          Nope - it says it cannot be used for Happy hour. Here's the fine print --

          The Fine Print

          Expires in 1 year
          Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table, 2 per tables of 5 or more. Not valid during happy hour. Valid towards DineLA restaurant week. Tax and gratuity not included.
          See the rules that apply to all deals.

          1. re: happybaker

            Sorry, you are right, It says "not valid happy hour" but specifically says it is valid for DineLA. Misread the second part.

      2. Henry's seemed like a great place to watch a game. But everything from the burgers to fish and chips were average and the service was bad. Wouldn't go there again.

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        1. re: reality check

          skip the food part, $12 for $35 worth of drinks is hot.

          1. re: reality check

            The food was better last fall - they had a slightly larger, more inventive menu, too. Not sure if they pared down for football season, pared down for cost reasons, or got a new chef... We go there quite frequently to watch games, and the servers have always been exceedingly nice, though the poor servers suffer from the host trying to be too accommodating, I think. Because there are a handful of walls with no TVs, they often let couples sit next to each other at a 4-top so both people can watch the game, but that leads to overcrowding elsewhere as people stand waiting for seats, annoyed patrons, and harried servers.

            Their Sunday brunch, however, is quite good - the french toast is really nice and you can' t beat endless mimosas for $12.50...served until a very boozy 4 o'clock.