Happy hour is a cherished time in any city, but on the Strip it’s the kick off to an entertaining (and sometimes downright wild) evening. Vegas restaurants make happy hour even more enjoyable with small bites, smaller portions of regular menu items and specialty happy hour eats to pair with your cocktails, wines and beers. Here are the top Vegas restaurants for Happy Hour foods:
The Wynn restaurant serves up Italian cuisine from Chef Enzo Febbraro. It is most known for its wood-fired pizzas. Stop by Saturdays and Sundays form 3 - 5:30 p.m. for the pizza bar happy hour and enjoy a slight discount on pizzas and endless pours of Stella Artois or Blue Moon on draft for $25.
The Mediterranean fine-dining restaurant offers a $12 social hour menu from 5 - 7 p.m. daily that includes select Greek wines, cocktails, and beers, as well as delectable dishes like grilled octopus, sea bass ceviche, and a plate of six oysters.
What’s better than a happy hour? How about a happy hour on the rooftop overlooking the Strip? The Foundation Room at Mandalay Bay has a rooftop happy hour in the bar and lounge area from 5-8 p.m. daily that includes small plates like Yuzo Miso Wings and Short rib Poutine for $8-10 and select beer, wine, and Ketel One cocktails for $6.
The Cosmopolitan steakhouse has a late-night happy hour that serves up smaller dishes of its bigger menu items like $10 short rib ravioli or Lil BRG sliders and $12 beef carpaccio. Wash it down with select beers for $6 and well drinks for $10.
The New York-New York restaurant has not one, but two different happy hour opportunities. Every Monday - Friday from 2 - 5 p.m. and Sunday - Thursday form 11 - close. Guests can enjoy happy hour deal covers bottle of wine, punch bowls, and all beer (including Tom's Big @$$ Beer 40-ounce serving). Sink your teeth into Tom Urban’s mouthwatering $10 sliders and wings, and $5 ginger chicken pot stickers, fried pickles, and mac n' cheese.