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Where to Find the Best Happy Hours in Las Vegas

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One of the best bets in Vegas is happy hour, that time of day when restaurants and bars offer up discounted food and drink specials. Customers looking for a deal can find these happy hours all up and down the Strip, in Downtown, Henderson, and at points in between. Fun idea — bar and restaurant hop all afternoon and into the night to make the most of deals at a variety of places.

Here’s a look at some updated happy hours all across Las Vegas where you can nab deals. Looking for sushi happy hours? Check this handy guide.

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Downtown Cocktail Room

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This happy hour at this Fremont favorite couldn’t be simpler: half off everything Tuesday through Saturday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The bar knows how to mix a cocktail and the menu includes punches, absinthe, and plenty of classics.

Honey Salt

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Honey Salt’s drink specials start at $4, while dishes such as a pint-size Caesar salad, hummus, avocado toast, Biloxi chicken sliders, and beef sliders each run $6. Head to the bar, lounge area, or outdoor patio for happy hour from 3 to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Three chicken sliders next to each other.
Biloxi chicken sliders at Honey Salt.
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Dino's Lounge

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This divey karaoke bar has been slinging drinks since 1962. Happy hour is more of a “graveyard special” kind of deal with $7 pitchers of PBR and $4 Jameson shots from midnight until 8 a.m. from Sunday to Wednesday. Unfortunately (or fortunately), graveyeard specials don’t coincide with karaoke, which happens Thursday through Saturday at 10 p.m.

Dino’s Las Vegas exterior.
It’s hard to miss Dino’s with its red roof and large lettering.
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Herbs and Rye

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Sip among dark wood, crystal chandeliers, and bloody steaks. With half off steaks, this happy hour deal (Monday through Saturday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.) at this off-strip bar and steakhouse that oozes mobster-cum-speakeasy attitude is a deal. The cocktail list embraces the classics and executes them perfectly.

Starboard Tack

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With its beginnings back in 1972, this 24/7 swanky cool cocktail feels like retro Vegas. It has both an early and a late happy hour (4:00 p.m. to 6 p.m. and midnight until 3:00 a.m.) every day of the week. Half off rum drinks, a $5 piña colada, $2 Rolling Rock, and $5 well drinks.

Majordomo Meat & Fish

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David Chang’s Majordomo at the Palazzo offers a happy hour every day of the week from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the bar and lounge areas. Cocktails run $10-12, with Bud Light for $5 and a couple wines for $9 or $10. Small plates, like shrimp cocktail, oysters, stuffed peppers with sausage and buttermilk ranch, fries with white cheddar, and onion petals run $8-$10.

A spread that includes breads, hot pot dishes, vegetables and more.
An array of dishes at Majordomo.
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Brera Osteria

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Do happy hour the Italian way and breeze into Brera Osteria’s aperitivo hour daily from 3 to 5 p.m. The happy hour bites menu at this expansive spot is more generous than most, with meatballs, mussels, pizza, and vegetarian items like charred cauliflower.

A variety of Italian dishes in white dishes.
Brera Osteria’s several dishes.
The Venetian

Sugarcane

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Sugarcane at the Venetian has happy hour covered early and late with happy hour daily at the Havana-themed bar from 3 to 6 p.m. as well as 10 p.m. to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. Reasonably priced beer, wine, and cocktails join a food menu with $2 oysters, $6 shrimp cocktail, an $8 mini salmon poke bowl, angus sliders for $6 each, Korean chicken wings for $7, and more.

High Roller

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The High Roller Observation Wheel at the Linq Promenade offers a half-hour happy that includes an open bar and bartender for one full 30-minute rotation of the wheel with views from as high as 550 feet in the air. Happy hour cabins fit up to 25 people. Up to 10 people can participate at $60 per person from 4 p.m. to midnight Monday through Thursday and noon to midnight Friday through Sunday. All must be age 21 or older.

An observation wheel in blue.
The High Roller Observation Wheel.
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Sangria hour, Jaleo’s version of happy hour, features Spanish sips and snacks daily from 5 to 7 p.m. Sangria is the drink of the moment at $7 a glass, but the menu includes Spanish wine and beer as well. Tapas like spicy and filling patatas bravas, garlicky gambas al ajillo, chicken croquettes, and others are each $5.

Endive leaves filled with goat cheese, oranges, almonds, and smoked salmon roe at Jaleo.
Endive leaves filled with goat cheese, oranges, almonds, and smoked salmon roe at Jaleo.
Jaleo

Known as “cocktail hour” at STK, this hit steak house the keeps it simple with every item on the happy hour food menu only $7. Choose from salmon or crab cake sliders, a burger, beef tartar, jalapeño pickled shrimp cocktail, and others. Half off specialty cocktails, and $10 glasses of Justin Cabernet and Whispering Angel rosé sweeten the deal at this hit restaurant at the Cosmopolitan. Happy hour runs Monday through Thursday from 4 to 6 p.m. and Friday from 3 to 5 p.m. in the lounge area.

A burger and a cocktail with a basket of fried items.
Lil’ BRG and a cocktail at STK.
STK/Facebook

Kassi Beach House

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Poolside coastal Italian vibes abound at this bohemian Italian restaurant. Easy-going Kassi Beach House pours bottomless Fleur de Mer’s Côtes de Provence rosé from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily, but plan on wrapping things up in three hours because the restaurant puts a limit on the table.

An airy bar with high tops and woven chandeliers
The bar at Kassi Beach House
Louiie Victa

Sickies Garage Burgers & Brews

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Sickies Garage Burgers & Brews at Town Square offers a happy hour every Sunday through Friday from 3 to 6 p.m. and a late-night happy hour daily from 9 p.m. to close with $5.99 appetizers and drink specials and a $10 Bud and burger special.

A double patty cheeseburger with fries in the foreground.
The Spare Tire burger.
Sickies Garage Burgers & Brews/Official Site

Boom Bang Fine Foods & Cocktails

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Running 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, happy hour at this poppy new Henderson stunner is gloriously cocktail heavy (all cocktails $9). Plus, draft beers are $5 and house wines are $6. The happy hour food menu has pizza, a smash burger, fried cauliflower, a hot dog, French fries, and chicken strips. On a nice day, sit under a bright orange umbrella on the patio.

El Luchador Mexican Kitchen + Cantina

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Tequila and taco haven El Luchador Mexican Kitchen & Cantina holds its happy hour every Monday through Thursday from 4:30 p.m. until 6 p. m. and from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m., plus Saturdays from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. with $3 adobo beef, pollo rojo, and carnitas tacos; $4 draft beer; $5 glasses of wine; $6 well drinks, and an the not-to-be-missed $8 Luchador margarita. Of course, that time doesn’t work for lots of people in the service industry. El Luchador’s got them covered on Mondays with a service industry night from 5 p.m. to close with shots of Don Julio 1942, Clase Azul reposado, and Don Fulano Imperial for a tenner.

Three flour tacos.
El Luchador tacos.
El Luchador/Facebook

Valley Cheese & Wine

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Valley Cheese & Wine, a tidy, family-owned shop in the Las Vegas Valley, offers happy hour from Tuesday through Friday from 2 to 6 p.m. with a robust cheese and charcuterie board paired with a bottle of one of eight wines. The happy hour package runs $40 and, unlike most happy hour deals, this one is available to-go. Seating is also available at the barrels in the back of the shop and at tables on the patio. 

A cheese board with grapes, apples, nuts, cheese, etc.
A cheese board at Valley Wine & Cheese
Louiie Victa

Downtown Cocktail Room

This happy hour at this Fremont favorite couldn’t be simpler: half off everything Tuesday through Saturday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The bar knows how to mix a cocktail and the menu includes punches, absinthe, and plenty of classics.

Honey Salt

Three chicken sliders next to each other.
Biloxi chicken sliders at Honey Salt.
Honey Salt/Facebook

Honey Salt’s drink specials start at $4, while dishes such as a pint-size Caesar salad, hummus, avocado toast, Biloxi chicken sliders, and beef sliders each run $6. Head to the bar, lounge area, or outdoor patio for happy hour from 3 to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Three chicken sliders next to each other.
Biloxi chicken sliders at Honey Salt.
Honey Salt/Facebook

Dino's Lounge

Dino’s Las Vegas exterior.
It’s hard to miss Dino’s with its red roof and large lettering.
Dino’s/Facebook

This divey karaoke bar has been slinging drinks since 1962. Happy hour is more of a “graveyard special” kind of deal with $7 pitchers of PBR and $4 Jameson shots from midnight until 8 a.m. from Sunday to Wednesday. Unfortunately (or fortunately), graveyeard specials don’t coincide with karaoke, which happens Thursday through Saturday at 10 p.m.

Dino’s Las Vegas exterior.
It’s hard to miss Dino’s with its red roof and large lettering.
Dino’s/Facebook

Herbs and Rye

Sip among dark wood, crystal chandeliers, and bloody steaks. With half off steaks, this happy hour deal (Monday through Saturday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.) at this off-strip bar and steakhouse that oozes mobster-cum-speakeasy attitude is a deal. The cocktail list embraces the classics and executes them perfectly.

Starboard Tack

With its beginnings back in 1972, this 24/7 swanky cool cocktail feels like retro Vegas. It has both an early and a late happy hour (4:00 p.m. to 6 p.m. and midnight until 3:00 a.m.) every day of the week. Half off rum drinks, a $5 piña colada, $2 Rolling Rock, and $5 well drinks.

Majordomo Meat & Fish

A spread that includes breads, hot pot dishes, vegetables and more.
An array of dishes at Majordomo.
Wonho Frank Lee/Eater LA

David Chang’s Majordomo at the Palazzo offers a happy hour every day of the week from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the bar and lounge areas. Cocktails run $10-12, with Bud Light for $5 and a couple wines for $9 or $10. Small plates, like shrimp cocktail, oysters, stuffed peppers with sausage and buttermilk ranch, fries with white cheddar, and onion petals run $8-$10.

A spread that includes breads, hot pot dishes, vegetables and more.
An array of dishes at Majordomo.
Wonho Frank Lee/Eater LA

Brera Osteria

A variety of Italian dishes in white dishes.
Brera Osteria’s several dishes.
The Venetian

Do happy hour the Italian way and breeze into Brera Osteria’s aperitivo hour daily from 3 to 5 p.m. The happy hour bites menu at this expansive spot is more generous than most, with meatballs, mussels, pizza, and vegetarian items like charred cauliflower.

A variety of Italian dishes in white dishes.
Brera Osteria’s several dishes.
The Venetian

Sugarcane

Sugarcane at the Venetian has happy hour covered early and late with happy hour daily at the Havana-themed bar from 3 to 6 p.m. as well as 10 p.m. to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. Reasonably priced beer, wine, and cocktails join a food menu with $2 oysters, $6 shrimp cocktail, an $8 mini salmon poke bowl, angus sliders for $6 each, Korean chicken wings for $7, and more.

High Roller

An observation wheel in blue.
The High Roller Observation Wheel.
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The High Roller Observation Wheel at the Linq Promenade offers a half-hour happy that includes an open bar and bartender for one full 30-minute rotation of the wheel with views from as high as 550 feet in the air. Happy hour cabins fit up to 25 people. Up to 10 people can participate at $60 per person from 4 p.m. to midnight Monday through Thursday and noon to midnight Friday through Sunday. All must be age 21 or older.

An observation wheel in blue.
The High Roller Observation Wheel.
The Vox Agency

Jaleo

Endive leaves filled with goat cheese, oranges, almonds, and smoked salmon roe at Jaleo.
Endive leaves filled with goat cheese, oranges, almonds, and smoked salmon roe at Jaleo.
Jaleo

Sangria hour, Jaleo’s version of happy hour, features Spanish sips and snacks daily from 5 to 7 p.m. Sangria is the drink of the moment at $7 a glass, but the menu includes Spanish wine and beer as well. Tapas like spicy and filling patatas bravas, garlicky gambas al ajillo, chicken croquettes, and others are each $5.

Endive leaves filled with goat cheese, oranges, almonds, and smoked salmon roe at Jaleo.
Endive leaves filled with goat cheese, oranges, almonds, and smoked salmon roe at Jaleo.
Jaleo

STK

A burger and a cocktail with a basket of fried items.
Lil’ BRG and a cocktail at STK.
STK/Facebook

Known as “cocktail hour” at STK, this hit steak house the keeps it simple with every item on the happy hour food menu only $7. Choose from salmon or crab cake sliders, a burger, beef tartar, jalapeño pickled shrimp cocktail, and others. Half off specialty cocktails, and $10 glasses of Justin Cabernet and Whispering Angel rosé sweeten the deal at this hit restaurant at the Cosmopolitan. Happy hour runs Monday through Thursday from 4 to 6 p.m. and Friday from 3 to 5 p.m. in the lounge area.

A burger and a cocktail with a basket of fried items.
Lil’ BRG and a cocktail at STK.
STK/Facebook

Kassi Beach House

An airy bar with high tops and woven chandeliers
The bar at Kassi Beach House
Louiie Victa

Poolside coastal Italian vibes abound at this bohemian Italian restaurant. Easy-going Kassi Beach House pours bottomless Fleur de Mer’s Côtes de Provence rosé from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily, but plan on wrapping things up in three hours because the restaurant puts a limit on the table.

An airy bar with high tops and woven chandeliers
The bar at Kassi Beach House
Louiie Victa

Sickies Garage Burgers & Brews

A double patty cheeseburger with fries in the foreground.
The Spare Tire burger.
Sickies Garage Burgers & Brews/Official Site

Sickies Garage Burgers & Brews at Town Square offers a happy hour every Sunday through Friday from 3 to 6 p.m. and a late-night happy hour daily from 9 p.m. to close with $5.99 appetizers and drink specials and a $10 Bud and burger special.

A double patty cheeseburger with fries in the foreground.
The Spare Tire burger.
Sickies Garage Burgers & Brews/Official Site

Boom Bang Fine Foods & Cocktails

Running 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, happy hour at this poppy new Henderson stunner is gloriously cocktail heavy (all cocktails $9). Plus, draft beers are $5 and house wines are $6. The happy hour food menu has pizza, a smash burger, fried cauliflower, a hot dog, French fries, and chicken strips. On a nice day, sit under a bright orange umbrella on the patio.

El Luchador Mexican Kitchen + Cantina

Three flour tacos.
El Luchador tacos.
El Luchador/Facebook

Tequila and taco haven El Luchador Mexican Kitchen & Cantina holds its happy hour every Monday through Thursday from 4:30 p.m. until 6 p. m. and from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m., plus Saturdays from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. with $3 adobo beef, pollo rojo, and carnitas tacos; $4 draft beer; $5 glasses of wine; $6 well drinks, and an the not-to-be-missed $8 Luchador margarita. Of course, that time doesn’t work for lots of people in the service industry. El Luchador’s got them covered on Mondays with a service industry night from 5 p.m. to close with shots of Don Julio 1942, Clase Azul reposado, and Don Fulano Imperial for a tenner.

Three flour tacos.
El Luchador tacos.
El Luchador/Facebook

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Valley Cheese & Wine

A cheese board with grapes, apples, nuts, cheese, etc.
A cheese board at Valley Wine & Cheese
Louiie Victa

Valley Cheese & Wine, a tidy, family-owned shop in the Las Vegas Valley, offers happy hour from Tuesday through Friday from 2 to 6 p.m. with a robust cheese and charcuterie board paired with a bottle of one of eight wines. The happy hour package runs $40 and, unlike most happy hour deals, this one is available to-go. Seating is also available at the barrels in the back of the shop and at tables on the patio. 

A cheese board with grapes, apples, nuts, cheese, etc.
A cheese board at Valley Wine & Cheese
Louiie Victa

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