There’s nothing like happy hour in Vegas if you want to get your drink on and save a few bucks at the same time (especially if you’re heading out later that night). Should you prefer something other than the same old Sin City hangouts, check out some of the newer happy hour destinations and pregame before hopping on a Las Vegas party bus and heading out for the night.
1. Vista at Caesars Palace
Visit Vista for Martini Mondays to sample any of the five $12 New York-themed martinis named after the city’s five boroughs. Enjoy your cocktail while viewing the NYC skyline on ginormous LED screens.
2. Pub 365 at Tuscany Suites & Casino
Offering a rotating selection of craft beers, this spot is your go-to source for featured beers, wines, and house spirits weekends from 3 to 6pm. The Joseph James Craft American Lager is a mainstay, otherwise, selections change daily.
3. Lakeside at Wynn
Fresh seafood is flown in daily from Hawaii, and now you can enjoy smaller portions of the fresh fare from 5:30 to 7:00pm nightly in the lounge. Try the charred octopus or bigeye tuna poke if you really want to give your mouth a treat.
4. Harvest by Roy Ellamar at Bellagio
Stop by one of Vegas’ top new haunts for Harvest Hour daily from 5 to 6pm and 9 to 10pm. Sip on cocktails made with herbs grown in-house or try one of the wines as you savor tasty delights from the snack wagon.
5. Cabo Wabo Cantina at Miracle Mile Shops
You can’t drive 55 while downing any of the Half-Off Happy Hour specials at Sammy Hagar’s tequila-themed hotspot. You can, however, order draft beers, house margaritas, shots, and other goodies during the happy hour from 3 to 5pm daily.
6. Beerhaus at The Park
Get here early for the Haus Party Happy Hour daily from 2 to 6pm. You’ll be treated to brews for under five bucks, and four-dollar snacks are served up during reverse happy hour from 10pm until closing time.
7. The Barrymore at Royal Resort
Come on Mondays for half-off any menu-listed food item at this little-known destination just off The Strip. Stop by Wednesdays from 5 to 10pm and enjoy half off any bottle of wine, including 50 bottles that ring in under 50 bucks. It’s an industry night thing so you’ll need to show proof you work locally (or go with someone who does).
If happy hour felt like a tease (and when doesn’t it), join a bar crawl in Las Vegas. Those who live in the city will enjoy playing tourist and those who really are tourists will get to see all the best spots in one night. Learn more about the places our party bus tour stops or register for your bar crawl online!