Vegas Tips

Downtown Las Vegas Happy Hour Specials

While happy hour specials per property are more plentiful on the Strip, you’re basically getting happy hour like prices around the clock at most places downtown. Some establishments do feature discounted delights, complementing the already reasonable prices. Here’s a quick rundown of some current offers:

Main Street Station

Triple 7 Brewery:

3 – 6pm Monday – Friday

Discounted food, $2.50 house wine, well drinks, and 16 oz microbrews

California

Redwood:

4pm – 6pm

Discounted small bites, cocktails, beer and wine

Fremont

Tony Roma’s

$8.99 Prime Rib: 4:30 – 6:30pm daily

$11.99 Steak and Lobster: 9 – 11pm daily

Golden Nugget

Chart House:

4 – 6pm Monday – Friday

$5 – $8 bites and $3 – $7 drink specials

Grotto:

2 – 6pm Monday – Friday (bar only)

$5 beer, $6 spirits and wine, $8 pizza and more

Red Sushi:

4 – 6pm daily

Appetizer, sushi, and cocktail specials

Cadillac Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Bar:

4 – 7pm Monday – Friday

$3 – $5 drink specials and discounted bites

Plaza

Oscar’s:

4 – 7pm Daily

Drink and appetizer specials

Ladies Night (ladies drink free): 5:00 – 7:00 Thursdays

El Cortez

Parlour Bar:

$5 French Champagne – Thursdays

“half buck wings” and pint specials: 4 – 6pm and 11pm – 1am daily

Non-Casino Establishments:

Pizza Rock:

3 – 6pm Monday – Friday & 10pm til close daily

$3-$5-$7 Food and drink specials

Beauty Bar:

9pm – close Tuesdays

“Nickel Beer Night” with cover ($5)

Park on Fremont:

4 – 7pm Monday – Friday & 11pm – close Monday – Thursday

$5 appetizers & $3,$4, and $5 beverage specials

Banger Brewing:

1 – 3pm and 9 – 11pm

$5 beers

Hennessey’s Tavern:

4 – 7pm Monday – Friday

$5 libations and food

The Brass Lounge:

4 – 7pm daily

$3 well drinks, draft beers, and house wines and ½ select appetizers

The Perch:

4 – 6pm weekdays

$5,$7,$9 bites, $5 draft beers and wines, $2 off specialty cocktails

 

 

*These are, of course, subject to change. If you find any additional offers or notice some are no longer offered, please let me know. There is also a Strip Happy Hour page if you venture away from Fremont.

Photo credit: odonata98

  • There’s so many new places downtown I think there’s a few additions you could make here. This would be a great quick go-to, but I tend to hit more of the non-casino local spots on fremont east of Vegas Blvd. Also, if you added the Arts district it’d be a full downtown resource. Since I opened a satellite office for my web company in DTLV http://allinwebpro.com I’ve been downtown a couple times a week, especially since my favorite restaurants are down there, like Vegenation & GrassRoots. I think this could be easier to read as a chart instead of as text based. With the restaurant names in bold, and remove the categories and let people figure that out themselves.

    • Great tips, Owen. I’ll look into doing something like that. Some of these things are hard to format for blog posts. I may make an interactive download or chart in the future.

      • That’d work well I think. You know you can also embed Google Docs spreadsheets into webpages too. 🙂 Let me know if you do it.

  • There’s so many new places downtown I think there’s a few additions you could make here. This would be a great quick go-to, but I tend to hit more of the non-casino local spots on fremont east of Vegas Blvd. Also, if you added the Arts district it’d be a full downtown resource. Since I opened a satellite office for my web company in DTLV http://allinwebpro.com I’ve been downtown a couple times a week, especially since my favorite restaurants are down there, like Vegenation & GrassRoots. I think this could be easier to read as a chart instead of as text based. With the restaurant names in bold, and remove the categories and let people figure that out themselves.