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DC Happy Hours With restaurants opening throughout the District, a few establishments are experimenting with the hours they are open.
Some of them require social media expertise while others are enjoying frozen drinks. Each of the seven D.C. happy hours comes with a unique style that makes them stand apart.
DC Happy Hours It’s no secret that everybody enjoys a good deal of food and drink. However, sometimes it’s hard to know what the most lucrative bargains are when the need comes up. This is where we come in!
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The Best Happy Hour Deals In D.C. For Every Day Of The Week
Dino’s Grotto Mondays mean all-night the happy hour is at Dino’s. $4 brews, $5 appetizers (with the option of duck fat potatoes as well as the fresh mozzarella bruschetta) as well as $7 drinks, $8 wines, and $10 mussel pots as well as Charcuterie boards. Start your week off with a good beginning!
bar Charley – Another all-night happy hour that runs starting at 5 p.m. until closing the bar’s unfussy deals include select cocktails priced at $6 and cocktails with tiki, $2 off wine by the glass, and specials on canned beers and food deals. Plus, a cool atmosphere and you’ll never be battling Mondays anymore.
Satellite Room 2 dollars Tuesdays may be the best bargain ever, and it has a lovely ring to it! $2 buys your rail drinks, and you can choose draft beers. You can also get the tater-tots basket on the side, and plenty of to eat.
Smoke and Barrel Happy hour on Tuesdays include local drafts for $4 and $5 whiskey between 5 and 7 p.m. However, the most valuable deal can be found in those Taco Tuesday specials that go with it. For just $8, you can receive three tacos made of vegan or barbecue as well as your choice of side. It’s Tuesday already?
Barrel (from the beginning of April) Tipple Timing (4-7 p.m.) from 4-7 p.m. Barrel offers $5 off wine, beer, or whiskey however, you can kick it up a bit by ordering The 8-cent Old Fashioned or the Peatacolada (with peated Scotch). Enjoy the drink with specials on spicy wings, arancini as well as honey butter and ham biscuits.
Boundary Stone Bloomingdale’s neighborhood bar is open for happy hours between 4 and 7 p.m. and, later, late at night, from 10:00 p.m.-12 a.m. This makes it a perfect location for hump-day drinks and special offers. Five dollars DC Braus as well as cocktails, $6 wines $5 rail drinks that you can select from the menu, with $7 lunches to soak up the drink ensures you’ll have money to burn through the rest day.
Songbyrd Thursdays are the time you to join Tall Boys and Tots at this swanky place at Adams Morgan. When you purchase any tots and a drink, you can receive the $3 PBR Tall Boy and a $3 PBR Tallboy, which makes it an ode to food and drinks that is a match made in heaven. Also, Happy Hour between 5-7 p.m. will give you $2 off on all beer and wines priced at $5, as well as rail drinks for $5 and sliders for $6.
Colada Shop OK, the happy hour won’t begin on April 12, but if have any knowledge regarding this Colada Shop, you’ll be aware that it’s going to be fantastic. “Havana Nights” on Thursdays will be a night of happy hour starting at 4 p.m. until midnight, featuring $5 cocktail specials, empanadas for $2, and Caribbean music. We believe that’s something worth the wait.
DBGB– TGIF! It’s a good thing you can close your day a little earlier, especially during the summer and spring months to get the outdoor drinking fun getting going. Happy hour at DBGB starts at 3:00 p.m. and continues till 6 pm, giving you an excellent start to the weekend. There are deals on $6 to $8 beers, wines, and cocktails, as well as food and drink specials. Enjoy the outdoor patio!
Taqueria Del Barrio When happy hour starts between 4 and 8 p.m. on Fridays and everyone is happy. Drink punches and margaritas at $5 and tacos for $5 and $7 nachos for $7, $6 wines with mole, and 12 off beers on draft. Enjoy the weekend!
Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak, and Snow Crab The menu is a fantastic happy hour any time of the week. However, for those who don’t have the time to go out at the hour of 2:30 on a workday Saturdays are the best time to be at Joe’s. The expansive Banking Hall, the happy hour between 2:30 and 6:30 p.m. is a great time to enjoy half-price drinks, wines, and beers. There’s also a buffet of sandwiches and oysters at a half-price like an Alaskan King Crab Roll at $5. Talk about a great and affordable Saturday afternoon!
Blackjack The most popular 14th Street spot, Sunday’s all-day happy hour lasts between 3 p.m. until closing. It features half-priced drafts as well as $5 wines, and an array of special food items like Pizza for half the price $1.40 oysters, and cheeseburgers for $7. This is the definition of Sunday Funday!
Other options include The Nopa located in Penn Quarter where you get 20 percent off the bar menu items (food and drinks are available from 3 to 9 p.m.) Additionally, in Mintwood Place, it’s happy hour every night long, with $5 drinks and draft beer, and also discounted food items.
Across the Pond Restaurant & Pub
To enjoy a happy hour that lasts for an extended time visit the Dupont Circle’s Irish pub between 3 and 8 pm on weekdays and get an alcoholic drink or a cocktail and an entree for just $5. Enjoy the sun’s rays by sitting in the modern outdoors “parklet.” There’s also special beer at a reduced price: Miller Lites for only $3 or Blue Moons for $4.
Barrel & Crow
Between 3 and 5:30 pm Monday through Friday, the diners can enjoy a variety of snacks for $6. This includes everything from fresh rosemary fat fry, to sweet Beignets. Serve your meal with an alcoholic beverage or draft beers at $5, and relax on the outdoor patio. The restaurant also serves several mixed drinks for $5 per drink.
The Georgetown waterside restaurant is renowned for its exquisite menu of seafood, but it offers some specials. From 4 – 6 pm Monday until Thursday (and Sunday) You can choose to order $15 glasses of wine, $5 beer, and $12 cocktails, including cherry martinis and Gin martinis. The menu at sunset features East Coast oysters for $2 per oyster.
Gringos & Mariachis
From 3 to 6 pm all day long Between 3 and 6 pm, from 3 to 6 PM every day, these Mexican places serve house sangria, margaritas, and a glass of wine at a cost of $6. Drink it by eating one of the many tacos and enjoy your happy hour outside. If it’s cold you can find covered and heated patios in both locations.
Enjoy a drink at a reduced price ($26 to pour a pitcher, or $9 for a single) at Mission’s two outdoor patios located in the District. For those who are hungry, Mission has cheeseburger sliders for just $4 or quesadillas priced at $8.50. Specials are available between 4 and 6 PM each day in the Navy Yard location, and from Wednesday to Sunday at Dupont Circle.
These hybrid coffee shops/wine bars offer cheap glasses of vino between 5 and 7 pm on Falls Church. Falls Church location and 3 to 7 pm on Clarendon. Clarendon branch. The patios are fitted with heat lamps in case you’re in need of them.
The modern Japanese restaurant is located near Union Market offers half-priced sushi rolls as well as reduced glasses of vino (and drinks) during its happy hour on the roof. It runs from Monday to Thursday, from 5-7 PM.
The Latin-inspired restaurant located in LeDroit Park offers discounted cocktails and bites between 3 and 6 PM, Monday through Friday.
The patio is sunny where you can enjoy house-fries with mayo aji Amarillo ($5) and grilling avocados with crispy lentils and quinoa ($8). The cocktails available include the white daiquiri made of rum ($7) or vodka soda with blueberry-cinnamon infusion vermouth ($7).