Best Las Vegas happy hour deals
You know what your happy hour is missing? Steak. The twice daily happy hour, from 5-8pm and midnight-3am, at this award-winning cocktail bar includes half-off cuts of cow and discounts on well drinks (though we recommend paying full price for one of the classic cocktails for which H&R is revered). Grab a rib eye, settle into the faintly bordello-ish interior and just try not to declare Herbs & Rye your new favorite bar.
Michael Mina’s Parisian-inspired brasserie was one of the buzziest openings of 2015, thanks to a menu of classic French fare that feels positively contemporary and a stylish interior that almost makes you forget the slots below. When the clock strikes 5:30pm, lay claim to a bar stool and start sampling $7 sidecars and $9 European boilermakers (like Kronenbourg Blanc and green Chartreuse). It’d be a crime not to eat, so order a tartine made with braised short rib and a fried egg or dig into the Franco-Cubano sandwich. Happy hour repeats from 10-11pm, so you’ll never go to bed hungry.
The Wynn’s whimsical seafood destination delivers for date night with Hawaiian day-boat fish and lobster options hailing from a quartet of countries. But for a more casual experience, head down the stairs from 5-7:30pm for Lakeside lounge’s nightly happy hour. Rather than discount dishes from the regular menu, chef David Walzog whips up an array of exclusive island favorites, like fresh poke, short rib loco moco and Portuguese sausage sliders.
This Town Square wine bar is a local favorite thanks to its list of 40 wines by the glass, 100 whiskeys and a killer happy hour from 3:30-7:30pm every day. Grab a table near the fire pit on the pet-friendly patio and enjoy half off select wines, whiskeys and small plates. Come back the next day to make good use of all the money you saved.
Ladies and gentlemen, raise your oysters. From 5-6pm daily, Daniel Boulud’s db Brasserie offers West Coast bivalves for a buck apiece. As if that weren’t enough, patrons can enjoy happy hour drinks twice daily: 3-6pm and 10pm to close. In between slurping down seafood, indulge in $4 beers, $8 cocktails, discounted wine by the glass and plates like Thai calamari and the Frenchie burger topped with cheese, tomato-onion compote and—wait for it—pork belly.
This relative newcomer to the downtown dining scene has quickly gained fans with its fresh Vietnamese cooking. Stop by for a taste every day from 4-7pm when the kitchen offers $5 wings, $6 grandma’s grilled pork cheek and oysters for a buck apiece. A handful of beers and house wines are two-for-one and half bottles of Veuve Clicquot go for $37. Bubbles and bivalves: the perfect end to any day.
Dinner at José Andrés’ playful Strip meatery doesn’t come cheap. All the more reason to hit the restaurant’s adjacent Bar Centro for happy hour from 5-7pm when select cocktails and wines by the glass are both $8. While you’re there, taste Andrés’s culinary creativity with dishes from the main kitchen like the suckling pig sandwich ($10), pork skin chicharrón ($6) or foie gras cloaked in cotton candy ($8).
What’s better than a martini after a long, hard day? How about 100 of them, all 50% off? Pick your poison during the daily happy hour 4-7pm, then pair it with apps like oysters Rockefeller and lobster claw fritters. Named after famed Las Vegas newspaper chief Hank Greenspun, this elegant suburban casino steakhouse also serves delicious chops and seafood. Come for the cocktails, stay for dinner.
At the Cake Boss’s Strip eatery, there’s much more on the menu than fluffy sponge and buttercream. The magic numbers here are four and five, as in $4 sangria, domestic beers and house wines, and $5 meatballs, mac and cheese carbonara and gnocchi served from 4:30-6:30pm daily. Go ahead and spoil your dinner.
This family-run Italian joint just off the Strip doubles down on happy hour with early-evening and late-night options. Stop by from 4-7pm for special prices on plates like arancini and butternut squash ravioli with the purchase of a beverage. Then come back from 11pm-2am for the mezzanotte menu, when your whole meal is 25% off. Late night osso bucco, anyone?
Beloved for its Neapolitan-style pies, this local restaurant uses top-notch ingredients to craft seriously authentic pizzas cooked to a delightful blister in a handmade Italian oven. Taste what all the fuss is about Monday-Friday from 3-6pm and one hour before close, when draft beer and wine by the glass are $2 off, cocktails are $3 off and select apps—including miniature pizzas—go for just $5 each. Don’t even think about throwing away that crust.
Don’t call it happy hour; at the Cosmopolitan it’s all about “social hour,” when the restaurant welcomes guests to hop around the resort sampling discounted bites and booze from a variety of eateries. As you do, plan a stop at Holsteins Shakes and Buns between 3:30-5:30pm when snacks like ahi sliders and poutine go for $10 each, select beers are $6 and a chef’s choice alcohol-infused milkshake is just $10.
You never know who you’re going to spot at this scene-y steakhouse where the vibe is less old boys’ club and more pre-club party. The food is tasty any time, but the weekday happy hour offers discounted drinks alongside bar bites like lobster potstickers ($11), prime rib ravioli ($12) and filet mignon sliders ($14). Pair a few with something from the bar and you’ve got an ideal launch pad for a night on the town.
The world’s tallest observation wheel transforms a handful of spherical pods into mobile bars every day from noon to 1am. Book a happy half hour ticket, then climb aboard a cabin stocked with bottles and a bartender. You get unlimited drinks—and epic 360 Vegas views—during the wheel’s approximately 30-minute rotation.
Sometimes all you really want is a cold beer and a hot dog. Lucky for you, Vegas isn’t all steakhouses and buffets. At the Park’s new beer bar, happy hour means select brews from the encyclopedic list and bites for just $4 from 2-6pm, best paired with games like oversized Jenga and Connect Four. The snack deals repeat from 10pm to close, to help ward off tomorrow’s hangover.