Food & Drink

Miami's Hottest New Happy Hours

Published On 01/11/2016 Published On 01/11/2016
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Beaker & Gray

Wynwood

When: Monday-Friday, 5-7pm; Monday-Thursday, midnight-2am
It's all about the Lincolns at this long-awaited Wynwood spot with $5 Moscow Mules, daiquiris, margaritas, and house liquors; $5 craft beers and glasses of wine; and $5 small plates like the sandwichitos with plantain brioche, pork belly, and watermelon rind.

Area 31

Downtown

When: Fridays, 6-11pm
In yet another attempt to get Miamians to do ANYTHING early, Areas 31’s offering a “chase the clock” happy hour where craft cocktails are priced by the hour: $5 at 5pm, $6 at $6pm, and so forth until 11pm. All by the brand-spanking-new poolside bar with the Miami-required live DJ -- and of course the legendary view.

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Uvaggio

Coral Gables

When: Monday-Friday, 5-7pm, Saturday, 6-7pm
Though we can’t promise Heath Porter will let you bring in a Big Mac and pair something nice with it, he will happily pour you a $6 glass of fine wine or a $4 craft beer, and tell you how to pair it with something much more delicious, like yogurt naan bread or roasted bacon.

Regent Cocktail Club

South Beach

When: Sunday-Thursday, midnight-2am
Not like you weren’t going to cap off that 10pm dinner with a fine, hand-crafted beverage from one of the best cocktail bars in Miami anyway. But starting January 18th,  you can do it without equaling your dinner check, since drinks will only be $10 at Regent's new late-night happy hour.

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La Feria del Mercado de San Miguel

Downtown

When: Monday-Thursday, 5-7pm
There was a time when drinking in Bayfront Park was reserved for guys who preferred the subtle pairing of Night Train and illicit substances. But no more! This storied Madrid market opened a pop-up in the park, where you can pair Spanish favorites with buy-one, get-one-free drinks four nights a week.

GK Bistronomie

Wynwood

When: Every day, 4:30-7:30pm
Check out Wynwood’s contribution to the Peruvian food onslaught and wash it down with half-priced beer and wine, or $5 craft cocktails like the Lima Redemption: Redemption rye, orange-infused pisco, fresh lime, allspice, pepper, dill, and spearmint.
 

Sliderz

Sliderz

North Miami

When: Monday-Friday, 4-7pm
The new mini-burger spot from the Burger & Beer Joint guys is pairing crazy-cheap sliders and small sandwiches with half-priced beer, wine, and Champagne. It’s conveniently next door to a gym so you can feel EXTRA good about yourself while you do it.

Boatyard

Ft. Lauderdale

When: Every day, 4-7pm
One of South Florida’s best boat-up restaurants has finally re-opened, with heavy input from the guys behind YOLO and Fork & Balls. Check out the improvements and sip on two-for-one drinks while you take in the sunset over the canal.

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Filling Station

Oakland Park

When: Tuesday-Saturday, 3-­7pm
The Miami burger institution has moved, like so many long-time Miamians, to Broward and has a new $1 “cheapo taco” menu with chicken, fish or pork tacos, or $3 ahi tuna and steak tacos. Pair them with a craft beer for $4 each.

The Dutch

South Beach

When: Every night, 6:30-7:30pm
Don’t accuse the Dutch of overcharging for oysters, for this hour they’re a very reasonable $1.63. You can use that extra cash to enjoy $12 glasses of Veuve, and other champagne specials.

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Apeiro

Midtown

When: Monday-Friday, 4-7pm
Miami’s best new spot to eat outside makes that outdoor dining extra inviting with a specially-priced happy hour menu full of lamb burger sliders, bacon-wrapped dates and other stuff that tastes good at 5pm. Almost as good as half-priced beers, wines, and house liquors, or $6 specialty cocktails.

Marion

Brickell

When: Monday-Saturday, 5:30-7:30pm
Brickell’s super-authentic French brasserie has $1 oysters and other cheaply-priced small plates, plus $5 glasses of wine, $4 beers of the day, and $7 specialty cocktails. And lucky for you it’s right next to the Metrorail station in case you have a few too...oh who are we kidding, nobody rides that thing anyway.