Happy Hour & Weekly Specials

Happy Hours and Weekly Specials Everyday. Why? Because you can. Enjoy! Updated regularly, last update November 11, 2016

Big Rock Urban Brewery – draft beers $3/12 oz $5/ 20oz, bru snacks $4, pizza $10. Take out combo growler fill and a pizza $18. 3-6PM and 9 to close

Central City: Daily Specials, my fave Wednesday burger and beer $10

L’Abattoir – 1/2 price appies, wines $6, beer $5 at the bar. 5:30-6:30

Cafe Medina – $7 house cocktails, $5 craft beers, $4 spiked coffees. 2-3PM

Boulevard – $5 feature cocktails, $6 select wines and a small list of happy hour items, house smoked salmon pate is my recommendation

Ancora – $2 buck a shucks, $6 wine and featured cocktails 3-5PM

Provence – $5 wine, $5- $6 small plates. offering over 48 wines on tap during happy hour. 3-5PM

Tableau – 50% off happy hour menu. 2:30 – 5:30PM

Little Charlie’s Weekly Specials

MONDAY: All Pizzas -10
TUESDAY: All Pastas – 10
WEDNESDAY: 1/2 L of Wine – 10
THURSDAY: Get Stuffed Pasta Night
FRIDAY – SUNDAY: Pints and Prosecco – 5

Portland Craft – U.S. Beer 12oz 11:30 – 3PM
Select Happy Hour Menu Specials including portland burger with a 7oz patty. 3 – 5PM

Cascade Room: $6 select cocktails, $4 house reads, $2.50 10oz main st beers.  Select happy hour $6 1/2 wings, belly sliders and chick pea fritters 3-6PM. SUNDAY ROAST every Sunday night they feature roast with all the trimmings.

Joe Fortes Seafood & Chophouse: 4 -6PM  Happy Hour Menu, available only at the bar. Recommend the truffle frites and beef carpaccio

Flying Pig: 3-6PM, appetizers specials http://theflyingpigvan.com/happy-hour-menu/

Gyu – Kaku – Monday All Day, Tues – Sunday 11:30AM – 6PM, 9PM till close, appies & drink specials http://www.gyu-kaku.com/menu/cn_vn/vn_sp.pdf

The Wine Bar – Late night bites start at 10PM Every night 3 bites plates for $10

The Sand Bar – Mussels, fries and Granville Island brew, $12, 3-6PM Teredo Lounge

Lift Bar and Grill – 1/2 priced bar menu

Diva At The Met: 1/2 price appies, Weekdays, 4-6PM

Steeltoad Brewery – $5 pints all monday. $5 off pizza and a list of small snacks including taco flights 3-6PM. Happy hour menu

Fanny Bay Oyster Bar – $1 oysters, house wines $6.5 for 5 oz, feature beer $5/pint and a list of items on their happy hour menu. I always like their clams & fritz $12. Daily 3-6PM

Yew – Reverse Happy Hour – 5 new cocktails and dishes for $10 each. 8 – 11PM

Grain Tasting Bar – weekly specials including $10 vodka or gin martini’s on Thursdays. Weekly specials menu

Bodega on Main – Wine $6 and pints for $5, and a small list of food items including albondigas for $6. 3-6PM

Copper Chimney – Weekday Curry Special $ 9

Happy Hour Specials Everyday

Daily Buck A Shucks Specials

Oyster Express: New restaurant in Chinatown, Buck a Shuck Tues 3-10, Thurs 3-6PM

The Fish Shack: opening – 5PM

Uva Wine Bar: Daily All day buck a shuck oysters and $5 prosecco

Rodney’s Oyster house – 1.50 Buck A Shucks Each, great cesars

Ebisu on Robson: 4-6PM, appies

Chewies Steam & Oyster Bar – 1.50/ oysters

Merchants: Buck a shucks during brunch

 

Lift Bar and Grill Happy Hour Menu Preview

Lift Bar and Grill Happy Hour Menu Preview

lift bar happy hour
lift bar happy hour menu preview

For you lucky slackers not chained to their desk from 9-5, you get to take full advantage of happy hour specials.  Lift Bar and Grill recently launched their Happy Hour Menu. The entire food bar menu is half priced, every day, between 3 – 6PM. For more, check out my list of happy hour specials.

Don’t forget to take advantage of their buck – a – shucks during happy hour. I absolutely recommend pairing oysters with a brew or wine. It’s the perfect palette marriage, one without the other is just not the same. I also have a list of current buck a shucks promotions.

The bar menu could be compared to an English Language School, a mish mash of different cultures. The menu went from Japanese to west coast to Italian.

My night started with a glass of prosecco and Japanese inspired bites. Vegetable and prawn tempura and dynamite and tuna rolls.

I have an aversion to ordering sushi rolls at posh western restaurants. They are ridiculously overpriced and, you are paying a premium for their fancy plates and cutlery. That being said, the dynamite roll was damn good. Would I pay $6 for it during happy hour? Yes.  Regular price at $12? No.

As the night rolled on I got to sample their crab cakes, which was drizzled with almond lemon mayonnaise and crispy capers. Delicious. Serrano and burrata flat bread with artichoke puree, baby arugula and aged balsamic. It’s very hard to go wrong when burrata and serrano are put together.

If you want the best bang for your buck I recommend the truffle fries $4 and the charcuterie plate $6. It’s scrumptious and one of the best deals in Vancouver.

 

 

 

Author: Caroline Lau

Tuesday Happy Hour Specials

Tuesday, the surly middle child of the week. To make things easier try Tuesdays Happy Hour Specials

Tueday Happy Hour

Check out these Daily Happy Hour Specials Too

Jeepney Cocktails $6

Twisted Fork : 1lb mussels $8

Gerard Lounge, Sutton Place: olive or cold cut antipasto platter with a Chard or Cab Sauv $14

Kibo Izakaya Restaurant & Lounge – house martini’s $7.50

Loose Moose – 25 cent wings

Catch122Sangria and Mangria $6

Commune Café – $6 House wine, $26 bottle

East of Main Cafe – Tapas Tuesday. Happy Hour ( 5 – 7 pm) and every 3rd tapa you order is free

Grain Tasting Bar – Smoked Tomato bruschetta $6, R&B Bohemian Lager $5 or a Duel in the Sun $6

Hooker’s Green – Live Standup comedy $2 schooners of beer, $4.00 featured craft beer

The Wine Bar – All Wine on tap is $8

Trattoria – Pasta $10 off

The Denman Tap House – Wings $4.95/Pound – Over 30 flavours

Chicha – $5 double premium pisco cocktails 5PM

Milestones – Two 3 Course Dinners $50, 1 shared appie, 2 entrees, shared dessert. View menu via Milestones link

Q4 restaurant – Pizza and pasta $12, peroni $5

Hapa Izakaya Coal Harbour – Happy Hour Under $5

Hapa Izakaya version 4.0. By now Vancouverites should be very familiar with Japanese tapas. Hapa Izakaya Coal Harbour formerly known as Hapa Umi, is popular amongst the after work crowd just happy to relax with cheap food and drinks.

hapa umi

Hapa Izakaya Coal Harbour used to be a upscale hapa but, I guess Vancouverites got so used to Hapa’s original menu and prices that it just did not fly. Now they have a menu very similar to all the other Hapa’s

Happy Hour Details:

3- 6 PM

Monday to Friday

Everything on the Happy Hour menu including the house wine and beer is under $5. I know UNDER $5!!!

Now the food…

Starting with my favourite dish the Ika, grilled squid, sake soy garlic marinade. The smoky flavour really came through. It was cooked perfectly, the texture was still crunchy.
Ike

Ebi Mayo, was overcooked and the batter was too thick.
shrimp Tempura

Chicken Karaage, it was juicy and tender on the inside but the outside was not as crispy as I would have liked

Chicken karage

Beef tataki, lacked flavor, I’m not a big fan of any dish squirted with a thick blob of chilli sauce.
Beef tataki

Rennkon Gyoza, minced pork layered with lotus root and tempura. This was surprisingly nice, the lotus root added a crunchy texture.
Deep fried gyoza

Overall, it stood a little above pub food but, the atmosphere and service was so fun. The servers were hot. We sat in a booth so I was eye level with the server’s busty boobs. I couldn’t help staring at them, they were everywhere.  It may be raunchy but, take it as it is, Hapa Izakaya doesn’t claim to be a Michelin star restaurant, it’s more along the lines of Cactus Club. If you are complaining about girls and guys flaunting their bodies (I might add, it wasn’t distasteful) go somewhere else.

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