The Best Happy Hours in Your Las Vegas Neighborhood

A guide to scoring the best deals.

Photo courtesy of Sticks

Las Vegas seems to be in a readjustment period. As we rebound from the pandemic and face an employment shortage, some of our favorite bars and restaurants are taking a new approach with happy hour. Some run longer. Some are shorter. A few are tweaking things with smaller menus. Regardless, food and drink discounts are still out there to enjoy in Las Vegas. It's not quite like getting something for free, but it could be the next best thing. So here's a neighborhood by neighborhood guide for tracking down the best happy hours in Sin City. Keep in mind—deals are subject to business fluctuations and can change at any given time.

The Tap
The Tap

Boulder City

Backstop Sports Pub
When: Daily 3–6 pm 
The deal: Boulder City's favorite dive bar dates back to 1931, when the nearby Hoover Dam was under construction. Happy hour drafts are 50 cents off, which doesn't sound like much, but they're only $2 to begin with. The bar also offers a free drink to anyone "any day the sun doesn't shine in Boulder City.”

The Dillnger
When: Monday-Friday 4–6 pm 
The deal: Built from an old bank, the Dillinger has $1 PBR drafts, $3 house merlot or chardonnay, $4 well drinks, and $5 chicken wings or chicken fingers. 

The Tap
When: Daily 2-5 pm
The deal: Head to the Best Western for a hefty lineup of craft beer at The Tap. Each brew is $2 off during the happy hour. All tacos are just $3 on Tuesdays.

Golden Tiki
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Golden Tiki
When: Daily 4–7 pm 
The deal: This 24-hour tiki bar has $4 draft beer and select specialty cocktails $6-7. Just check the menu, which also has discounts on a lineup of Asian-inspired light bites (like crab rangoon, lion's head meatballs, and furikake chips with onion dip).   

Leatherneck Bar
When: Wednesday-Friday 11 am–3 pm
The deal: The Leatherneck Bar—a Marine Corps hangout where everyone is welcome—just launched a new midweek lunchtime happy hour. Come by for $4 pints and $5 25-ounce mugs of Tenaya Creek draft beer. Unlimited sodas are $2. Cold sandwiches are $1 off with a choice of turkey, ham, or roast beef on locally made white, wheat, rye, or sourdough with a side of house-made Cajun chips.

Downtown Cocktail Room
Downtown Cocktail Room | Photo by Rob Kachelriess for Thrillist


Downtown Cocktail Room
When: Monday-Saturday 5–7 pm
The deal: The Halfy Hour at the Downtown Cocktail Room is simple and straightforward: 50 % off everything on the menu. It's a great opportunity to sample one of the best and often, most experimental cocktail menus in Las Vegas. If you need to save even more money, head to the back and visit Mike Morey's Sip 'n' Tip, a bar-within-a-bar, where the drinks are a bit cheaper and Pabst Blue Ribbon is $3.   

8 East
When: Daily 3–5:30 pm
The deal: Check out 8 East at Circa (one of the hot new resorts in Vegas) and save a few bucks on a variety of Asian-inspired street food. The $8 plates are a great deal—fried chicken skins, ginger chicken dumplings, pork belly bao, and more. And if you need to get the party started early, sake bombs are just $6. You've also got $9 house wines, $6 Sapporo or Big Dog's Las Vegas Lager drafts, and $5 well drinks.


When: Daily 2–6 pm and 9 pm–close
The deal: This Fremont Street burger joint has "Hoppy Hour" twice-a-day. Wolf down small bites like the $8 Eureka Burger, $7 sherry-braised riblets, and $6 mac n' cheese balls. Check the chalkboard on the wall for $5 drafts, $7 house wine or select cocktails (including a Margarita or Old Fashioned), and a $9 Vegas Boilermaker: a shot of Buffalo Trace with 7FIVE Training Day Golden Ale (produced by Golden Knight Ryan Reeves). 

When: Monday–Thursday 3–6 pm and Friday 1–6 pm
The deal: This Arts District wine bar has tap wine and beer for $5. Bottles of champagne and sparkling wine are half-off on Sundays. 

Makers & Finders
When: Daily 4–6 pm
The deal: Yes, a coffee shop can have a happy hour. Makers & Finders serves up $4 lattes as well as $5 draft beers, $6 well drinks, $7 wines by the glass, and $8 select specialty cocktails. A shot and a beer is $10. Discounts are also available for a few dishes, including the Arepita Trio of short rib, chicken tinga, and queso mini arepa for $10. The deals are honored at Makers & Finders' Downtown Summerlin location too. 

Chris Wessling
The Underground at Mob Museum | Chris Wessling

The Underground
When: Sunday–Thursday 5–7pm
The deal: Located in the basement level of the Mob Museum, The Underground is an attraction and experience all by itself. Knock on the door of the secret side entrance and receive $2 off all cocktails, draft beer, and wine by the glass.

Photo courtesy of Pkwy Tavern


The Local
When: Monday–Friday from open to 6 pm
The deal: The Local, a wine bar at The District in Green Valley Ranch, offers glasses of wine for $6, draft beer for $5, and the District Dirty martini for $8 during happy hour. Bottles are 25% off 5 pm to close Monday–Wednesday. 

Pkwy Tavern
When: Daily 3–6 pm and 12–3 am
The deal: You've got plenty of time for happy hour, which runs in the late afternoon and late at night. Save a few bucks with deals like quesabirria tacos for $3 each, mini corn dogs for $5, and chicken fingers for $6. Domestic drafts, well drinks, and house wine by the glass are $3 each. The same happy hour menu applies to both of Pkwy Tavern's Henderson locations as well as west valley locations on Flamingo and at Tivoli Village. 

Sticks Tavern
When: Monday–Friday 3–6 pm
The deal: Sticks Tavern, one of the best sports bars around, is one of the latest additions to Henderson's historic Water Street. Hockey fans will appreciate $8 pours of Vegas Golden Knights cabernet, chardonnay, and pinot noir. The same price gets you a martini (apple, lemon drop, or cosmopolitan), Sticks Burger, or any To Be Frank gourmet hot dog. Poutine is $6. Potato croquettes are $4.   

Valley Cheese & Wine
When: Tuesdays–Fridays, 2–6 pm
The deal: Valley Cheese and Wine's l'apero-inspired happy hour offers up a cheese and charcuterie board paired with a bottle of wine for $35. The deal is also good for carryout or curbside pickup as well.

Photo courtesy of El Luchador

Mountain's Edge

El Luchador
When: Sunday–Thursday 4:30–6 pm and 8–9 pm
The deal: Wash down $3 tacos with $4 draft beer, $5 glasses of wine, or $6 well drinks. The best deal, however, is the tasty Luchador Margarita for $8.  


When: Monday–Thursday 5–6 pm
The deal: Act quick. You've got an hour to order discounted Italian bites like $5 Caesar salad or arugula salads, $8 margherita pizzas, $10 pepperoni pizzas, and $9 meatball sliders. Select draft beer is $4, wine (red, white, rose, or sparkling) is $5, and well drinks are $6. Bring a friend and share the $20 sangria pitcher.

Photo courtesy of Ferraro's


When: Currently all night
The deal: The happy hour at this east-of-the-Strip steakhouse typically runs 5–8 pm and midnight–3 am, but has been expanded during the pandemic to all night long until further notice. Take advantage while you can. Similar to sister bar and restaurant Herbs & Rye, steaks and pork chops are half off, which of course, is a tremendous deal. Just look for a "C" next to the items that qualify. Some large shareable plates are included, but might be subject to a splitting charge. Cocktails are on sale as well.

Double Helix
When: Monday–Saturday 4:30–6:30 pm
The deal: Double Helix is your destination for wine and whiskey in the Town Square shopping plaza. A variety of wine is $4.99–5.99, cans of local beer are $3.99, and select cocktails run between $5.99 and $6.99. You can even go keto by substituting xylitol in place of sugar for an extra buck. A "whiskey of the month" usually showcases a small-batch producer with pours available for $6.99. Customize a shareable plate with your choice of three items (like olives with hummus, salmon with fontina and mango sauce, or goat cheese with vegetables) for $10.50.  

When: Daily 5–7 pm
The deal: Small Italian plates are between $10 and $15 for those drinking in the bar, lounge, or patio during Ora Sociale. The $4 charge for the house-made bread and basil dip is waived with the purchase of additional food. Try a Margherita or Sausage Rapini pizza for just $12.   

Herbs & Rye
When: Currently all night
The deal: One of the best cocktail bars in Vegas serves one of the best happy hours in Vegas. In addition to drink discounts, guests could take advantage of half-price steaks (steaks!) 5–8 pm and midnight to close Monday–Saturday. However, just like sister restaurant Cleaver, the deal was recently extended to all hours of operation. No word on how long that deal will last.   

Kassi Beach House
When: Monday 4pm–close
The deal: Think of Kassi Beach House as a restaurant with lounge vibes near the pool deck of Virgin Hotels. Check out the Viva Vino specials on Monday nights. Locals get 50% off all bottles of wine from 4pm to close. There's also bottomless rose between 11 am and 4 pm daily for $45 per person.

Silverado Ranch

When: Daily 2–6 pm and 8 pm–close
The deal: Zenshin at the South Point casino has a Japanese-inspired happy hour twice a day. Enjoy a wide variety of discounts on pork belly skewers, fried oysters, chicken potstickers, and lots more. Sushi rolls run between $7 and $11, while pizzas are $10 to $15. In a nice twist for happy hour, even desserts are discounted. Try the tempura-fried brownie bites for $6.50. Beers are $5-6, wine and sake is $7-8, and a lineup of specialty cocktails are $8.50.  

Photo by Elsye Jones, courtesy of Landini's

Spring Valley

When: Daily 4–6 pm (and 3–6 pm for caviar specials)
The deal: Nina Manchev's fantastic spot for European tapas has a few fun deals on the regular. Cocktail Hour is 4–6 pm with $8 specialty cocktails, Vino Hour is 4–6 pm with $25 select bottles of wine, and Caviar Happy Hour is 5–8 pm with elevated caviar options to match your price point (or you can just do a Ossetra bump and a shot of vodka for $20). 

When: Daily 3–5 pm
The deal: Yes, even a pizza joint can have a happy hour. Landini's offers $2 slices of any pizza for two hours each day. That includes fun stuff like the Rustica Pie with brussels sprouts and pancetta or La Picante Pie with no sauce and layers of ricotta, pepperoni, jalapenos, pineapple. Draft beer is $5.

108 Eats interior
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The Strip

108 Eats & 108 Drinks
When: Monday–Thursday 3–7 pm 
The deal: The new SkyHigh Happy Hour on the 108th floor of The Strat has a two-for-one deal that applies to signature cocktails, bottled beer, and wine as well as admission to the SkyPod viewing deck. A cheese plate, house-made hummus, and bacon-wrapped dates are among the featured bites on the happy hour menu.  

Bardot Brasserie
When: Daily 5–7 pm and Sunday 5–10 pm
The deal: Michael Mina's Bardot is one of those restaurants you have to try at least once in Las Vegas. The happy hour has been one of the best on the Strip for years, especially when casually enjoyed in the bar area. The latest lineup of French-inspired bites includes $3 oysters, $12 charcuterie or cheese platters, $12 Caesar-inspired endive cups with red king crab, and $14 Beef Wellington-style hot dogs. 

When: Daily 3–6 pm and 9 pm–midnight
The deal: Blondies—no apostrophe needed—is your best bet for watching sports while stretching your dollar at the Miracle Mile Shops in Planet Hollywood. The bar offers happy hour twice a day with all-you-can-drink well cocktails and domestic drafts for $20.  

Brera Osteria
Brera Osteria | Photo courtesy of The Venetian

Brera Osteria
When: Daily 5–7 pm
The deal: Brera Osteria takes inspiration from Milan's aperitivo culture, so it only makes sense the Italian restaurant has its own daily aperitivo hour. Grab a seat on the indoor patio at St. Mark's Square inside the Grand Canal Shoppes and enjoy discounts on small plates like $8 meatballs, $9 mussels, and $11 salmon. Pizzas, wood-fired in a custom oven, are $7-10.  

When: Daily 9 am–6 pm
The deal: Happy hour runs all day long at Flights, a restaurant that specializes in portions of three (like three different sliders on one plate, for example). Enjoy $10 flights of Bloody Marys and mimosas 9 am–12 pm, beer and wine 12-3pm, and cocktails 3–6 pm (plus $2 shots 6 pm to close). Keep in mind, while three cocktails at one time sounds like a lot, the portions are on the smaller side and some of the drinks are pre-batched. Still, it's a great deal compared to typical Strip prices. 

When: Daily 9 am–8 pm
The deal: Need a little more time? The casino lounge at the Cromwell has a long happy hour geared toward day drinkers with vodka cocktails and beer for $2 each. (And if you're not drinking a martini at 9 in the morning, you're not doing Vegas right.) 

When: Tuesday–Saturday 5–7 pm
The deal: Jose Andres' Spanish restaurant at the Cosmopolitan saves its best deals for Sangria Hour. Ask about select wines and the Spanish Bramble (a honey blackberry cocktail with rosemary-infused Ketel One) for $8 or servings of sangria and bottles of Stella Artois for $6. A lineup of tapas is just $5. Try the sauteed garlic shrimp and Patatas Bravas combination of fried potatoes and spicy tomato sauce. 

When: Thursday–Monday 5–7 pm
The deal: Head straight to the bar and lounge areas of David Chang's Majordomo for happy hour. It's a great way to binge on the addictive bing bread and dips for $8 a pop. You'll also get a selection of snacks between $8 and $12, draft beer for $5, and a choice of an Old Fashioned, white sangria, or prosecco for $10.  

When: Daily 11 am to 7 pm
The deal: Save a few dollars at the Grand Canal Shoppes inside the Venetian. Rockhouse has a long happy hour with $5 domestic drafts (Michelob Ultra, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Bud Light) and well cocktails (or 2 for $8), $8 frozen daiquiris, 30% off beer buckets, and $65 100-ounce cocktail bowls. No, that last part isn't a misprint. Ask for the South of the Border—a giant margarita with Patron.

Photo by Eugene Dela Cruz, courtesy of STK

When: Monday–Thursday 4–6pm and Friday 3–5pm 
The deal: The Cosmopolitan's stylish steakhouse has a fun happy hour to match its party vibe. Take a break from the restaurant's typical family-style servings and save on smaller dishes with a "7 items for $7" menu, featuring miso-glazed Chilean sea bass, Lil BRG sliders with truffle fries, and beef tartare. Specialty cocktails are half-off, while glasses of Justin Cabernet and Whispering Angel Rose are $10. 

90 Ninety
Photo courtesy of 90 Ninety


90 Ninety
When: Sunday–Thursday 4–6 pm 
The deal: Almost everything is good for sharing during Social Hour: the $6.75 giant pretzel, $8.50 Reuben-style corned beef egg rolls, and a $9 trio of beef tacos. The $8.25 nachos come with grilled chicken for an extra two bucks. Select beer is $3–4, house wine is $4, New Amsterdam martinis are $7. Call it on the rocks for $5 with New Amsterdam, Jack Daniel's, Jim Beam, Sauza Blue Tequila, or Bayou Rum.

Honey Salt
When: Monday–Friday 3–6 pm
The deal: Spend time at the bar, lounge and—when the weather's right—the outdoor patio. The Sips & Savors happy hour includes $4 draft beer, $5 wine, and $6 well cocktails. Chicken or beef sliders, hummus, mini-Caesar salad, and seasonal farmers toast are $6 each. 

When: Monday–Friday 2–7pm and Saturday–Sunday 11 am–7 pm
The deal: The Mexican restaurant in Downtown Summerlin has $3 off house and flavored margaritas, well cocktails, and house wines in the cantina. Visit on Sundays for Tequila Night 3–9 pm with half-off all tequila pours with more than 40 to choose from.  

Photo courtesy of Al Solito Posto

Tivoli Village

Al Solito Posto
When: Daily 4–6 pm
The deal: The new Italian restaurant by James Trees is fast becoming one of our favorites in Las Vegas. Happy hour is in the bar only with a selection of small bites between $5 and $10. Don't leave without trying the ribcap and halloumi cheese skewer or sausage-wrapped olives. 

Echo & Rig
When: Tuesday–Friday 4–6 pm 
The deal: The Tivoli Village steakhouse has "happiest hour" with $3 hot dogs, $4 steak and egg, and $5 Butcher Fries (french fries tossed in filet tips and teriyaki sauce) with half-off drafts and well drinks. 

El Dorado Cantina
When: Monday–Friday 3–6 pm and daily midnight–3 am
The deal: Happy hour is available at the bar at not only Tivoli Village, but El Dorado Catina's locations off the Strip and in Spring Valley as well. You get half-off drinks, $3.50 tacos and $7 appetizers. However, the best deal is Tuedays with $7 Don Julio 1942 shots all day long and Mondays for $5 El Dorado margaritas and $8 flavored margaritas.

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Rob Kachelriess has been writing about Las Vegas in Thrillist for more than seven years. His work has also appeared in Travel + Leisure, Trivago Magazine, Sophisticated Living, Modern Luxury, Leafly, Las Vegas Magazine, and other publications. He's all about half-price steaks. Follow him on Twitter @rkachelriess.