Get Hyped Up for National Happy Hour Day

Happy hour is a magical window of time promising refreshing beverages and tasty eats, all at a discount.  Today we pay our respects and highlight the 7 best Happy Hours right now in Phoenix.

St. Francis

Happy Hour: Everyday from 4-6pm

This urban gathering place is set in the heart of Phoenix! And their cocktails are all $5 while bottles and cans of beer and wine are all half off. Don’t forget about the apps — all at a discounted price too!

The Dressing Room

Happy Hour: Weekdays from 11am-6pm



Happy Hour: Mon-Tues after 8pm

This isn’t your typical happy hour. This is the iconic bruschetta board and bottle of wine for $20! Pick and choose and build your board and then pair it with your favorite kind of wine.

Bitter and Twisted

Happy Hour: Tuesdays-Saturdays from 4-7pm

We’re talking $6.50 collins, margaritas and mojitos as well as $1 off well spirits and domestic beers. Get on it!

Last Drop

Happy Hour: Weekdays from 4-7pm

These specials change daily, but you can certainly look forward to specially priced mixed drinks on Mondays, on Tuesdays it’s the local beers ($5), Wednesdays we’re talking half-priced wines by the glass….you get it. There’s so much more, you’ll have to drop in (lol)

Crescent Ballroom

Happy Hour: Weekdays from 3-6pm

A fan of the Honey Badger cocktail? Well, it’s only $5! And of course, there’s $1 off well cocktails, draft beers and wine!


Happy Hour: Weekdays from 4-6pm

25% off the “classics” menu! Need I say more?

There you have it! A list full of spots to try out on November 12th for National Happy Hour day!

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