The Annual Alley Rally is Back, So Grab Your Friends and Give Thanks OC-Style

Grab Your Friends, Call an Uber and Make Your Way Down to The Alley

Written By: Chelsea Raineri Alley Rally Newport

Whether you’ve moved away from your hometown or you’re here to stay, every Orange County local knows that the night before Thanksgiving is the time to reunite with old friends and head to the bars! With most offices closed the next day, Nov. 22 offers a night to catch up with your buddies. This year, The Alley in Newport Beach will be kicking off the night with their annual Alley Rally! Call yourself an Uber because this will be one event you don’t want to miss.

No matter what part of Orange County you’re in, The Alley is an iconic spot just a few blocks from the water and the famous Peninsula. At the Alley Rally, you’ll be able to munch down on their “pregame special,” which comes complete with all the fixings you’ll need to pad your stomach in preparation for the night—a Turkey and Ham Cranberry Stuffing Melt. Yum!

The Alley is not one to leave out drinks, and for just $5 you can wash down that melt with a Towne Park Brew beer and pumpkin spice jello shooters!

Not only do you get to miss work the next morning, but it’ll also be Thanksgiving, meaning that any and every hangover-curing dish will be at your disposal. So grab your friends, share the link and make your way down to The Alley for the ultimate way to celebrate Thanksgiving Eve.

The Alley Restaurant & Bar
4501 West Coast Hwy
Newport Beach, CA 92663
949.646.9126 Alley Rally Newport

The Annual Alley Rally is Back, and You Won’t Want to Miss It

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