We all love a good happy hour, but it’s not exactly the healthiest option after work. But what if you could enjoy a guilt-free happy hour -- because the drinks and snacks were actually good for you?

Sip 'N Snack Happy Hour is brought to you in collaboration with Sip City and Fancy Schmancy, local brands that look to provide clean alternatives to your usual food and drink choices. The happy hour will take place on Thursday, March 1, at BUREAU. WHEN: Thursday, March 1, 2018 | 6 to 8 p.m. WHERE: BUREAU | 1800 Wyoming Ave. NW | Washington, D.C. 20009 COST: $10 per person | Cost of admission includes drinks and snacks. DETAILS: BUREAU is a co-working space and event studio, hosting not only an everyday space to work for creative entrepreneurs, but also tons of social events for young professionals. Sip 'N Snack Happy Hour was created in collaboration with Sip City and Fancy Schmancy in an effort to create more mindfulness around your happy hour and drinking habits. [caption id="attachment_7332" align="aligncenter" width="454"]happy hour Courtesy of https://bureau.studio[/caption] Sip City is a local D.C. company, created by two D.C. 20-somethings who wanted to
"make functional beverages for every part of your busy day, with no preservatives, no concentrates, and no BS.”
Their motto is that wellness should be available to everyone, rather than a select few. Most of their beverages are switchel-based, which you can learn more about here. [caption id="attachment_7331" align="aligncenter" width="500"]happy hour Courtesy of sipcitydc.com[/caption]
Fancy Schmancy was launched with the goal of providing creative accompaniments to any party that are “simple, wholesome, and really fun.” Their line of curious crackers -- made of whole grains and available in five unique flavors -- will be available at the happy hour. [caption id="attachment_7333" align="aligncenter" width="500"]happy hour Courtesy of thefancyschmancy.com[/caption] The Sip 'N Snack happy hour is a great way to support local business in the D.C. community, as all three companies participating are startups in the city. It’s also a way to learn about being healthier around your drinking habits, without any extremes. You can purchase tickets to the event and learn more details here. And if you're on a health kick and looking to find fun places to work out around Washington, D.C., check out these five barre studios, or an all-purpose gym like Vida. Have you been to a happy healthy hour before or have tips for more mindful social drinking habits? Let us know in the comments below!

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