3/2: Margaritas, Mexican and Music

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    Happy Hour: For the best margaritas in the city, make a stop at the Mexican Post in Old City. From 4:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m., sip on $4.50 margaritas, $4 select shots, $3.25 imported drafts and $2.75 domestic drafts. If you’re hungry, a few must-haves on the menu are nachos, taco salads, fajitas or the American classic, a burger. With three different forms of combination platters or a la carte dishes, this authentic Mexican restaurant will give you exactly what you're craving. Mexican Post, 104 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19106, +21, 4:30 p.m.

    Comic Book Workshop: If you love comic books and know the importance of reading, head to the West Oak Lane Branch of the Free Library of Philadelphia tonight. Beginning at 4:30 p.m., the East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention will host a comic book workshop to discuss literary needs for children. Participants will join in creative exercises through reading, writing and drawing. Learn insightful ways to improve your own writing as well as helping others. Free Library of Philadelphia, 2000 Washington Lane, Philadelphia, Pa. 19138, Free, 4:30 p.m.

    Keyboard Karaoke: Aspiring musicians, brush up on your skills tonight at Jolly’s Dueling Piano Bar. With two skilled pianists at the keys, all you need to do is bring the voice and choose your favorite song. Take advantage of the half-priced cocktails beginning at 5 p.m. because we all know with a little liquor, anything is possible. A weekly winner will be chosen and may possibly be asked back for the $500 grand prize finale on May 5. Not too bad for singing a couple songs.Jolly’s Dueling Piano Bar, 2006 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103, Free, 8 p.m.