Good things come in 14s: beers, donuts, and, if you believe your ex-girlfriend, her new boyfriend's p*nis. And lucky for you, now brand new LA happy hours do too! From $1 sliders to $1 PBRs, here's a look at 14 spots all over LA where you can get your cheap eat/drink on.
14 brand new happy hours in LA
District 13 (click here for address and deets)
From 4-6pm, M-F, take 50% off all the food on their just-launched, all-new, sausage-heavy menu, plus a buck off all their beers -- then come back after 10pm from Sun-Thurs, when alllllllll their beers are just $4.
Dog Haus (click here for address and deets)
This Pasadena joint with the great burgers also has a great new happy hour, with $4 wells, $2 rotating cocktails, and $1 sliders (respect, Jerry O'C).
Tapenade (click here for address and deets)
Work in West LA and have to wait out traffic? Stop by this bistro-ish joint for a snack from 5-7pm, where they've got $6 tuna tartare and tap beers.
The Charleston (click here for address and deets)
Santa Monica's '20s-themed lounge may have the best new happy hour in town: from 5:30-8pm every day, it's bottomless beer and wine for $16, plus food drops like an $8 slider duo.
The Fat Cow (click here for address and deets)
Work by The Grove? 'Til March 27th (when they're closing for good), this movie theater-adjacent bistro's got beer and wine for $5, cocktails for $7, and Wagyu beef corn dogs for $8.50.
Petty Cash (click here for address and deets)
The super-sweet taqueria has new Mon-Fri, 5-6pm happy hour deals (sorry: "hora feliz" deals), including $3 chicharones and $6 margs.
Diablo Taco (click here for address and deets)
Silverlake literally just voted to not officially be "Eastside" anymore, so, um, head to the kind-of-East-side of the city, and stop before you get to East LA for Mon-only deals from 7-11pm, including $1 PBR pints and $3 sangria, as well as markers and crayons so you can draw on the tables. Like you do.
Allumette (click here for address and deets)
The very very very very very very very very very good molecular-gastronomy-focused resto's just changed to an all-prix fixe menu at tables, but you can still order individual dishes at the bar, where -- on Tues-Sat -- you can also get h-hour deals, like craft beers for just $5 and cocktails for $7.
Gracias Madre (click here for address and deets)
The new, kinda-healthy Mexican spot'll sooth your liver, happy hour-style, with $8 El Burro cocktails (with jalapeno jam!) and $5 beers.
Lazy Dog (click here for address and deets)
Multiple Locations (Including Thousand Oaks and Torrance)
Every Lazy Dog location's got this double-happy hour, which drops prices M-F, 3-6pm, and Sun-Thurs, 9pm-close, with deals including cheap-o Buffalo chicken nuggets and $6-or-less margaritas and beers.
Corner Door (click here for address and deets)
Shockingly located right on a corner (!), this gastro/bistro's doling out deals like an $8 charcuterie plate and $2 Miller High Lifes.
Plan Check Fairfax (click here for address and deets)
The burger/fried chicken/more burgers/more fried chicken/cocktail bar/fried chicken spot's gonna hook you up for a late-night happy hour, every night for two hours before they close, with drinks as low as $3, and food specials like $5 pastrami gravy fries and $7 fried chicken sandos.
City Tavern (click here for address and deets)
From 3-6pm, this just-opened, further-East outpost of the Culver City gastropub fave's got food specials like pork belly sliders for $3.50 and 32oz growlers of any of their draft beers for just $10.
City Tavern (click here for address and deets)
The DTLA location's not the only one getting you very happy: at the original locale, they've got Mon-Sat discounts like fried chicken bites for $7 and $7 Old Fashioneds.
1. Plan Check Kitchen + Bar351 N Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles
2. Diablo Taco3129 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles
3. District 131556 Hollywood, Los Angeles
4. Allumette1320 Echo Park Ave, Los Angeles
5. City Tavern735 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles
6. Gracias Madre8905 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood
7. Tapenade11301 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles
8. The Corner Door12477 W Washington Blvd, Los Angeles
9. Petty Cash Taqueria7360 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles
10. The Charleston2460 Wilshire, Los Angeles
11. City Tavern Culver City9739 Culver Blvd, Culver City
12. Lazy Dog Café172 W Hillcrest Dr, Thousand Oaks
This sophisticated gastropub -- with a few locations across Los Angeles -- is acclaimed for its burgers, whiskey, and craft beer. The namesake Plan Check burger, topped with pickles, onions, and Americanized dashi cheese, is famous for its layer of Ketchup Leather, which is a square of dehydrated tomato paste that melts over the patty like a layer of cheese. Plan Check’s comfort food vibe makes for a hip and social ambience, complemented by tall communal tables and plenty of bar seating.
Diablo Taco's an 88-seat tortilla-stuffer serving up "Berzerker" huevos rancheros w/ pasilla peppers & braised beef cheeks, and burritos stuffed w/ egg, Russet potatoes, jack cheese, and your choice of meats, including crispy pork belly and "bison chili".
Somehow not an ode to strange South African aliens, this new sausage and beer slinger in the old Soi 56 has refurbished the place with a graffiti and Indian art vibe (again??), to put you in the mood for gourmet cased meat options like pheasant w/ Cognac, wild boar & roasted garlic, and alligator andouille, which you can wash down with craft bottles/draughts of suds like Stone's Smoked Porter, Bootlegger's Old World Hefe, and Great Divide's Belgian Hades (so... Luxembourg?).
Located in Echo Park, Allumette is the brainchild of Chef Miles Thompson, with owners Charles Kelly and Bill DiDonna expanding on the idea of "apartment dining". Ignore the lack of decor and focus on the food, which could single-handedly trump just about every Top Chef there ever was.
This Downtown hotspot has got deliciously juicy burgers, great brews, and interesting company.
You’ll say gracias to this madre of a vegan restaurant when you taste chilaquiles, enchiladas, pozole, and other Mexican-inspired dishes made with organic, plant-based ingredients. No matter how much you live and die for carne asada, you'll find Gracias Madre's meat-free creations (coconut bacon, flash-fried cauliflower) beyond satisfying. Plus, no outdoor space in WeHo feels so quintessentially Californian.
This Mediterranean hotspot is known for their lamb, bacon-wrapped dates, and delicious desserts -- but also head there for their generous happy hour.
Get ready for an eclectic range of ace cocktails -- shaken, stirred, and on-tap -- at this Culver City favorite. The lineup ranges from the smoky Taco Truck with mezcal, pineapple, and cinnamon-infused Campari to the Jesse Pink Gin with gin, bitters, coconut liqueur, and orgeat. Don't miss out on their seasonal hits either, like the Goonies menu with the whisky-hazelnut-cacao combo of the Truffle Shuffle and the rye-espresso-coconut of the Mama Fratelli. With a knockout food menu from Birch’s Brendan Collins, you'll want to stay put for a few rounds.
Petty Cash is an upscale taqueria on Beverly.
The Charleston is a '30s-era supperclub-cum-sippery in Santa Monica that's decked out in decade-appropriate beaded chandeliers, a studded, white-leather bar, and plush, red booths... which're probably the first place to look for left-behind dead presidents. There's Monday night comedy and burlesque, live jazz on Tuesdays and Sundays, and DJs Thursdays - Saturdays. The best thing to go for, though? The happy hour, which is seven days a week from 5-8pm (5-9pm on Friday and Saturday), and the late-night happy hour from 11:30pm-close, Sunday-Thursday nights.
The original locale of this grub hub is spot-on with delicious burgers and seriously impressive beer options.