A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from January 09, 2013
Whiskey Wednesday

“Whiskey Wednesday” is a drinking slang name for a day of the week. Whiskey drinks are sold on this day, often at a reduced price. “Whiskey Wednesday” has been cited in print since at least 1977.
“Whiskey Wednesday. It’s like Taco Tuesday, but for badasses” is a related saying.
Other slang names for days of the week include Shunday, Sober Sunday, Margarita Monday, Messed-up Monday, Mojito Monday, Moonshine Monday, Boozeday Tuesday, Taco Tuesday, Tanked Tuesday, Tasty Tuesday, Tequila Tuesday, Tipsy Tuesday, Trashed Tuesday, Twisted Tuesday, Wasted Wednesday, Wiener Wednesday, Wine Wednesday, Winesday Wednesday, Wing Wednesday, Thirsday, Thirstday, Thirsty Thursday, Fajita Friday, Fucked-up Friday, Shit-faced Saturday, Sloppy Saturday, Sloshed Saturday and Smashed Saturday.
11 November 1977, The Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), pg. 22, col. 1 ad:
(Pirate’s Cove—ed.)
Chris Knehans (nebsoldier) wrote,
2000-07-13 13:04:00          
Days of the week
Below is my interpretation of the days of the week:
Monday = Malibu Monday
Tuesday = Two fur Tuesday
Wednesday = Whiskey Wednesday
Thursday = Thirsty Thursday
Friday = F***ed up Friday
Saturday = Sloppy Saturday
Sunday = Sobering Sunday
Yes sunday is our day of rest…why? Because God said so.
New York (NY) Times
By William Norwich
Published: October 06, 2002
Hopey even entertains at home—on Wednesdays, about once a month, in a sort of easy, breezy salon she calls Whiskey Wednesday. Simple stuff: a few bottles of whiskey, small groups of chums and if there is enough money, or everyone chips in, some take-away food from Rice, owned by her friend David Selig, on Mott Street nearby.
OCLC WorldCat record
Making enemies
Author: Minor Times (Musical group)
Publisher: [Philadelphia] : Level-Plane, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Music LP : Rock music : English
The pugilist at work—
Old world vulture—
The narcissist at rest—
Whiskey Wednesdays—
San Diego (CA) Citybeat
Wednesday, Dec 06, 2006
Off at 5, happy by 6
A review of some swanky spots

By Candice Woo
Out on Harbor Island, C Level Lounge‘s happy hour may be difficult to catch if you’ve got a 9-to-5 job since it ends at 5:30 p.m., but if you can play hooky, you’ll be rewarded with $5 appetizers including ahi tuna poke, fried calamari and a molten-centered, nut-crusted brie. A five spot will also get you a drink special, which varies throughout the week. Whiskey Wednesday is my favorite day, but Mojito Monday comes in a close second.
OCLC WorldCatrecord
Alabaster room
Publisher: [Connecticut] : Chrissy Gardner, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Popular music : English
Alabaster room—
Little Adahy—
Summer riff—
Where she goes—
Mother come quickly—
Whiskey Wednesday—
7 February 2008, Austin (TX) American-Statesman, “Austin 101,” pg. T16:
And because karaoke without a healthy amount of booze is like Hall without Oates, Common Interest offers a variety of weekly specials, including Tecate Tuesday, Whiskey Wednesday and Thirsty Thursday.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Wednesday, January 09, 2013 • Permalink

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