- 1 You May Also Like To Check:
- 1.1 1410 Bier Haus
- 1.2 Anejo
- 1.3 Bottlescrew Bill’s Pub and Buzzards Restaurant & Bar
- 1.4 Buffo
- 1.5 Chairman’s Steakhouse
- 1.6 Cibo
- 1.7 Cleaver
- 1.8 Double Zero
- 1.9 Goro + Gun
- 1.10 Gringo Street
- 1.11 The Guild
- 1.12 Hawthorn Dining Room & Bar
- 1.13 Horse & Hound
- 1.14 Hy’s Steakhouse & Cocktail Bar
- 1.15 Kensington Pub
- 1.16 Klein/Harris
- 1.17 Last Best Brewing & Distilling
- 1.18 The Living Room
- 1.19 Lulu Bar
- 1.20 Market
- 1.21 Modern Ocean
- 1.22 Mugshots Sports Bar & Grill
- 1.23 National Beer Hall
- 1.24 Native Tongues Taqueria
- 1.25 The Pig & Duke
- 1.26 Posto Pizzeria and Bar
- 1.27 Proof
- 1.28 Raw Bar
- 1.29 Bar.
- 1.30 Schooners Neighbourhood Pub
- 1.31 Ship & Anchor
- 1.32 Social Beer Haus
- 1.33 St. James Corner
- 1.34 Tea House
- 1.35 Teatro
- 1.36 Thomsons Restaurant
- 1.37 Trolley 5
- 1.38 Vin Room
- 1.39 Vintage Chophouse & Tavern
- 1.40 Wallflower Kitchen & Cocktail
Calgary Happy Hours Restaurants And Bars In Alberta Have Been Able To Offer Special Deals All Day And Evening.
There are deals that start at $2.75 for one ounce of spirits, $1.75 for a glass of five ounces of wine $2.75 on a 12-ounce can of beer, or $3.20 for 20-ounce pints. (The traditional two-for-one deals are prohibited.)
It would be wonderful to see pricing change sometimes — particularly $1.75 for a quality cabernet -but not often do bar owners go that much in their discounts.
The practice of attracting customers with discounts on drinks is not a good idea for the industry. Instead, we get some bucks off on drinks during happy hour and frequently certain food deals. (Wednesday wings night, anyone?)
But where do you go to take advantage of those times? Happy hour is all over the place literally and metaphorically. In order to help you find your ideal location, we’ve created the top 10 of our favorite places to enjoy happy hour.
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1410 Bier Haus
Time: Every day from 3 to 6 p.m
1410 Bier Haus offers local draft beer, highballs, and 6-ounce bottles of their house wines for $5 every weekday between 3 and 6 p.m. The kettle chips are complimentary and there are appetizers at half-price.
Time: Every day from 3 to 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. until closing
The more than 100 tequilas in the back bar provide a hint of a subdued hint that Anejo could be a great location to enjoy a margarita or straight shot of Agave juice. Reduce the price (for the margarita anyway) up to just $6 in the daily “half-hour,” add half-price tacos, and it’s party time.
Bottlescrew Bill’s Pub and Buzzards Restaurant & Bar
Time: 3 to 6 p.m. from Monday to Friday and all day on Sundays.
Calgary’s most famous restaurant and pub with a rambling, sunny all-year-round patio, roll out a daily beer special at $5. On weekdays, local draft beers are only $3 between 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. The price is $4 from 4 p.m. until 5 p.m.
Then, between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. all local draft beers, wines, and Caesars are priced at $5. On Sundays, a happy hour is available that includes every local pint of the local draft, Caesars, and a 5-ounce glass of wine at $5. Do you want to stay for a while (and call a taxi)? There are highballs that cost $4.
When: 2 to 6 p.m., Monday to Friday
During happy hour, this Italian ristorante offers beer and highballs for $5, glasses of wine and prosecco for $6, and half-price bar bites. Visit this spot with friends to eat and drink to your heart’s content.
What time: 4 to 6 p.m. from Sunday through Thursday and from 3 up to 6 p.m. on Friday and Saturday
Cannibale is among the most well-known places in Bridgeland to grab drinks (and shave at the barbershop that is attached). In its happy hour, which is everyday drinks, they cost $8.50 for a drink.
You can select from an old-fashioned daiquiri Jungle Bird or ask the bartender to recommend the rotating happy hour drinks. Also available are select beers and wines (red as well as white) and bourbon, all for $5.
Time: Weekdays 4 to 6 p.m.
Get rid of the stress of your day with a classic cocktail for $10 such as the classics like a Manhattan, Moscow Mule, and Daiquiri — as well as the $5 drafts from domestic sources. Finish your drink by eating some of the snacks on the menu in the lounge, such as Ahi tuna tartare or chicken sliders, as all food items are 20 percent discounted during happy hour.
The time: 3 to 5 p.m. on Monday through Saturday from 3 to 5 p.m., 9:00 p.m. until closing Monday through Thursday as well as 10:30 p.m. for closing Friday and Saturday (17th Avenue address) from between 2 and 4 p.m.
each day and 8:30 p.m. until closing Monday through Thursday and from nine p.m. till closing on Friday as well as the following Saturday (Centre Street, location)
Cibo is a fun, casual Italian eatery that serves $5 pizzas along with code Alina, house wines, and draft beers during the afternoon and late-night happy hours at both locations.
Time: Before 7 p.m. and after 9 p.m. from Sunday until Thursday
Cleaver’s happy hours cover many hours. Prior to 7 p.m. and until 9 p.m. on Sundays through Thursday, you can enjoy $7 sliders, and 8 bucks of wine, beer, and cocktails.
Time: Every day from 3 to 5 p.m
Pizza is the best after a long day of work or perhaps a pizza that costs $12 with half-price glasses of craft beer, wine, or bubbly.
Goro + Gun
Time: Weekdays from 3 to 6 p.m.
Its central location at the mall is what makes Goro + Gun an ideal place to enjoy a post-work drink and the Japanese restaurant’s special menu for happy hours at $5 has made Goro into a popular hangout on Wednesday afternoons.
Sake, wine, Sapporo beer, and an Omakase cocktail are all on the menu and the highlight of happy hour is the long menu of $5 snacks, including favorites like sushi rolls as well as sashimi, takoyaki, and other delicious Japanese food items.
Time: Before 7 p.m. and after 9 p.m. from Sunday until Thursday
The Cleaver’s Latin Restaurant, which is a sister establishment and its next-door neighbor offers the same happy hours however they offer $3 tacos and double cocktails for $7 instead. Live music is also played every Sunday in the summer, from 4 to 7 p.m.
Time: Every day from 2-6 p.m.
The chic restaurant makes it easy to indulge yourself with $9 cocktails featuring specials and $5 pints of Big Rock Brewery’s Liberty Commons Lager and bar bites at half-price. You can also purchase the six- and nine-ounce glasses of wine at $6 and $9, respectively.
Hawthorn Dining Room & Bar
What time: Weekdays 3 to 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. until midnight
After walking along with The Fairmont Palliser to its Hawthorn bar and restaurant in the lobby and lobby bar, you’ll be treated to the daily price of $8 for beer house wine, prosecco, and house wine in their weekly happy hours. It’s possible to channel the old-fashioned glamour when you stroll through Hawthorn to enjoy a mid-day jolt or for a drink at night.
Horse & Hound
Time: 3 to 6 p.m. between Monday and Saturday, and all day on Sundays.
It is located in the Inglewood Fire Hall #3, which was built in 1906 The Hose & Hound can douse your thirst with $5.50 domestic beers as well as highballs made from premium wells.
Hy’s Steakhouse & Cocktail Bar
What time: Weekdays from 3 to 7 p.m. and from 3 to 4 p.m. until closing on Sundays
During happy hours at Hy’s champagne, sparkling wines, and featured cocktails are priced at 40 percent off. Draft beer costs $5.50 and highballs cost $5.75 and the featured white and red wine is $9 per glass.
The food menu highlights are cheese-based toast ($5.95) and a premium beef hamburger ($14.95) as well as oysters ($1.50 each). The restaurant is also a great place to sit on a large outdoor patio.
Date: Every day from 3 to 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. until closing
The Kensington Pub, or K-Pub according to the regulars It has 16 ounces Guinness Hop House 13 lager and Legend 7 Porter for $5.95 and house highballs at $4.95. The pub is themed around English and offers regular food and drink specials with drinks as well.
Time: 3 to 6 p.m. from Tuesday through Friday
As a result of the collaboration with Executive Chef James Waters and “cocktail curator” Christina Mah, Klein/Harris is a half-restaurant, half- lounge (quite literally, the space is divided into two parts, exactly as the name suggests).
The Tuesday-Friday “happiest hour” offers discounts on both beer and wine (both $5) and buckets of chicken wings served that come with a spicy Maple Garlic Sauce ($14).
Last Best Brewing & Distilling
What time: Every day from 2-6 p.m.
The wide variety of house brews is consistently delicious and goes well with high-end bar snacks such as root vegetable fries or beer-braised pork fritter bread.
A happy hour is a daily event that offers specials on food and drinks (including 9 ounces of beer for only $2.50) and is ideal for those who belly onto a cushioned stool in Last Best’s spacious with brassy and long bar.
The Living Room
What time: Weekdays from 4 to 6 p.m.
The Happy Hour in the Living Room is quite simple. The menu includes cocktails, beer as well as wine-by-the-glass… They cost $5 and small plates cost priced $8. The bar’s front-facing location is ideal for watching people during the afternoon.
Lulu Bar’s bao is filled with char siu cocktails made by the bar’s own wieners. Photograph by Jared Sych.
What time: Every day from 2-5 p.m.
This cozy wooden and teal-colored oasis gives customers a respite from the bustle of city life, in an informal atmosphere. Lulu Bar offers a half-price happy hour, where the majority of alcohol-based drinks are 50% off.
It is easy to combine your salt-and-pepper pork with any of the five taps of signature cocktails or beers (excluding the tiki-tiki menu) and any other wine or sake if the price of the bottle is less than $70.
Time: Weekdays from 3 to 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. until closing Saturdays between 10 p.m. until closing
In Market’s happy hour, which is a daily event where you can enjoy eight glasses of wine for $8 as well as $5 beer and highballs for $5 made of homemade syrups for bar drinks.
The most important thing is that you can enjoy a 10% discount on the Market’s most well-loved dishes. You shouldn’t miss the poutine made using 4K Farms pulled pork or the gnocchi with three kinds of cheese.
Time: Weekdays from 2 to 6 p.m.
The new Modern Steak’s downtown location offers oysters at half price as well as bottles of Champagne for four hours every day of the week.
You can also purchase two different packages at the special price of 12 oysters (six east coasts and six coasts west) and 200ml of Grey Goose vodka for $47 or the same variety of oysters and two 250ml bottles of Bollicini Prosecco for just $33. A tip to remember: visit on Tuesdays for discounts on salmon, tuna, and tartare of beef.
Mugshots Sports Bar & Grill
Time: Tuesday through Saturday between 4 and 7 p.m.
Charlene along with Clint Pellerin serves up some delicious wings you can find in Chicago (Wednesdays as well as Fridays $8.75 per pound) and $4.95 containers of American beer, or highballs, from Tuesday to Saturday. Take a look at the Dill Pickle or whisky maple bacon wings.
National Beer Hall
What time: Every day from 3 to 6 p.m.
The four National locations (8th Avenue, 10th Avenue, 17th Avenue, and Westhills) provide a fun open-air atmosphere with regular happy hour specials. The cost of beer is 29 cents for one ounce ($5 per 18 ounces or $3.50 per twelve ounces) and hickory-smoked pepperoni costs $5.50.
Native Tongues Taqueria
Time: Weekdays from 3 to 6 p.m.
Tacos with street style are the most popular choice at Native Tongues However, the modern Mexican restaurant’s happy hour menu offers customers the opportunity to sample various other options for food (plus some regular drinks) at a reasonable price.
The menu at happy hour is modest but powerful offering a cheese and bean tostada (a tortilla that’s either baked or fried) as well as Chilaquiles (tortillas filled with salsa and meat of your choice) and a hamburger that is far beyond the typical menu at the typical Mexican restaurant.
The Pig & Duke
What time: Weekdays from 2 to 6 p.m
In both the locations (Connaught as well as downtown) at both locations (Connaught and downtown), the Pig & Duke rounds out its menu with specials during happy hour which ranges from $5 to $6.
Enjoy bottles from Phillips Solaris White Peach Ale and local brewed Tools Shed’s Cow Killa domestic bottles of highballs, house wines, and highballs as you enjoy the day’s menu items at this relaxed local pub.
Posto Pizzeria and Bar
What time: Weekdays from 4 to 6 p.m
In conjunction with its bigger brother Bonterra, Posto pours half-price wines and $5 pints on weekends and also serves appetizers such as meatballs and perogies at $2.50 each. The location, which is just an easy walk across the tracks to the south from the downtown offices, is an added benefit also.
When: Every day 4 to 7 p.m
A Calgary institution that is one of the most vibrant bars for cocktails, Proof takes the art of mixing drinks seriously.
The Happy Hour that is offered every day allows patrons to enjoy an uncompromising standard of quality at a price that is (relative) affordable.
Enjoy your evenings looking at the magnificent and exquisitely lined wall of liquor in front of the bar while sipping seven glasses of house wines, $6 beers, classic rum cocktails for $8 as well as $5 specials on food.
What time: 4 to 6 p.m. from Monday through Saturday
It is possible to relax in the cozy ambiance at Raw Bar from 4 to 6 p.m. for small plates at half price, $5 draft beer, house wine as well as classic drinks (choose from Martini Old Fashioned, Manhattan, Negroni, Margarita, or Moscow Mule).
Bonus: Every Friday between 4 and 7 p.m. There is the option to buy oysters at $1 and half-price bottles of wine throughout the night.
Schooners Neighbourhood Pub
Time: 2 to 6 p.m. from Monday to Saturday, and noon until 8 p.m. on Sundays.
Schooners will kick off Happy Hour early, with the 2 p.m. beginning every day from Monday to the weekend (noon at noon on Sundays).
During these hours, selected domestic pints, bottles of well highballs and beer are available for $4.50, and a glass of wine costs $5. The themed restaurant is nautical. Schooners offer regular food deals, such as the wings at half price on Sundays.
Ship & Anchor
What time: Weekdays from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturdays between 6 and 8 p.m. and Sundays between 3 and 6 p.m.
Attractive, casual, and friendly The Ship and Anchor’s status as an iconic Calgary landmark is evident in the daily happy hour offers that feature low-cost draft beers or the highballs ($1 off) and regular shot deals.
Social Beer Haus
What time: Every day from 3 to 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. until close on Sundays and Thursdays.
The Social Beer Haus Social Beer Haus, you will be able to celebrate the close of the day with $5 wines and beer (14 pounds) and specials on their food items, including taco sliders. In the evening you can avail of their late-night deals on meats which mean that all their meats are on sale for half price.
St. James Corner
Time: Weekdays from 3 to 6 p.m. and throughout the day on Sundays
The most Irish as it gets, St. James Corner is counting down the seconds until that next St Patrick’s Day. You can get in on the fun by completing three hours during weekdays by purchasing the option of a select beer at $5, a house lager that costs $3.50 in addition to highballs and wine from the house for just $4.
Time: 6 to 7 p.m. Between Wednesday and Saturday
Tea House is a cool cocktail bar located in The basement bar in Two Penny in Victoria Park. Even though happy hour only runs during its first half-hour of the service, it’s definitely worth it if you’re looking for The weekly live entertainment that takes place on Wednesdays, starting between 7 and 8 p.m. It is also a bargain the price at only $10.
Time: Weekdays from 2 to 5 p.m.
Get ready for the stage or concert with a trip to Teatro. Take advantage of a half-off light-bar menu while sipping a Peroni beer highball, house wine, or a highball for just $6.
What time: Every day from 2-6 p.m.
Enjoy a stroll along Stephen Avenue and treat yourself to the Undurraga Chardonnay or cabernet sauvignon, both for $6. The perfect way to end your trip is the option of one burger, grilled large wings, or carnitas tacos at $9. Talk about a healthy snack.
What time: Every day from 3 to 6 p.m.
Trolley 5’s happy hour every day includes amazing deals on all of its house beers, as well as highballs and house wines for just $4. If you’re craving food you can enjoy everyday food specials that are available at the brew pub’s version of barbecue, pizza wings, pizza, and many other dishes.
What time: Every day from 3 to 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. until closing
Are you looking to make your day more enjoyable by sipping a glass of wine? Take a look at the Vin Room’s “Twice as Nice” happy hour with $7 of wine, $5 beers, and $5 tapas every day. In addition, you can bring your dog along with you to the patio in front located at 4th Street. 4th Street location and on the entire patio at the 85th Street location.
Vintage Chophouse & Tavern
What time: Weekdays from 3 to 6 p.m.
The classy restaurant offers a retro vibe and sophisticated atmosphere which is evident in their menu for happy hour.
The menu is special and includes appetizers prior to the steak that includes classic cheese toasts with gouda and truffle mornay for $5, and beef ribs at $10, as well as others. It is possible to combine your meal with a classic beer ($5) and glasses of wine ($6) or classic cocktails ($8).
Wallflower Kitchen & Cocktail
What time: All day on Mondays, from 2-5 p.m. as well as 9 p.m. until closing from Tuesday through Thursday from 2 to 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. to close on Fridays until 10:30 p.m. until closing on Saturdays.
At Wallflower There’s a wide variety of drinks and food items that are priced at $10 or less during happy hour. This makes it simple to wine and dine. Start your evening by enjoying the Perks of Being A Waal Lager followed by sweet and spicy wings or ribs.