- 1 Downtown Las Vegas Drink Deals
- 2 Banger Brewing
- 3 Pizza Rock in Downtown Grand
- 4 Triple George located at Downtown Grand
- 5 Mickie Finn
- 6 Filament Bar in Fremont
- 7 Grotto on Golden Nugget
- 8 Chart House at Golden Nugget
- 9 Chicago Brewing Company at 4 Queens
- 10 Oscar’s located at Plaza
- 11 Cadillac Mexican and Tequila’s on Golden Nugget
- 12 Parlour Bar located at El Cortez
- 13 Ike’s is located at El Cortez
- 14 Hennessey’s Tavern
- 15 Bin 702
- 16 The Underground Speakeasy
- 17 Nacho Daddy
- 18 Cat’s Meow
- 19 Downtown Cocktail Room
- 20 The Smashed Pig
- 21 Triple 7 Brewery at Main Street Station
- 22 Last but not less glamorous
Although it is becoming more and harder to find an affordable bargain in Fremont Street Happy Hours Las Vegas Strip, Downtown Las Vegas is ready to welcome value-conscious tourists with wide arms. Downtown resort fees are less hefty parking is less expensive and meals are generally cheaper.
Where can you get an affordable cocktail or drink downtown? We thought we’d create an index of our best happy hours and daytime prices close to or on Fremont Street.
Be aware that Fremont Street Happy Hours deals vary frequently. Although we’ll try to keep this page up to date We also provide a link to the particular deal to ensure that the conditions are correct prior to travel.
Downtown Las Vegas Drink Deals
The downtown craft brewery offers $2 off all drinks in their Happy Hour periods of 1 pm from 3 pm to 10 pm until midnight.
Craft beer enthusiasts should know this Banger Brewing is also offering the “Beer Experience” Groupon Deal ( view the deal) for two or four people. The deal includes a pint of beer and a souvenir pint glass. In contrast to happy hour, this offer is valid at any time of day.
Pizza Rock in Downtown Grand
The pizza joint we’ve deemed the top in Vegas is open for the happy hour every day from 3 pm to 6 at night. The cheapest drinks available are the well-known $4 drinks and 32 oz. bottles of PBR along with $2 discounts on draft beer or wine as well as cocktails. The best part is the food deals which include $4 Italian Fries as well as $5 Personal Pizzas, among others.
Triple George located at Downtown Grand
Happy hour at Triple George starts from 3 pm to 6 pm, Monday through Friday. It also has Draft beers for $5, wine as well as other drinks. Mules and martinis cost priced at $6. Also, food deals can be on offer which includes $8 Fried Calimari and the $10 Crab Cake Bites along with the $9 Charred Octopus.
Deals on offer during Mickie Finnz 4 pm – 7 pm Happy Hour include $7 Coors Light or well-drinks as well as house wine, along with margaritas from Monday to Friday. There is also a variety of food items, such as Queso and Chips, Bacon Tots, and Boneless Buffalo Wings priced at $6.
Filament Bar in Fremont
Along with an original “lighting” themed ambiance, Filament offers $3 Heineken all day, every day.
Grotto on Golden Nugget
Happy hour at Grotto is from 4 pm to 6 pm on Fridays and Saturdays. The deals include $5 draft beers choices, $6 wine, and signature cocktails for $8. Pizzas are also only $10 during happy hours.
Chart House at Golden Nugget
Sure, the cocktails are excellent however, you’ll be captivated by Chart House’s 75,000-gallon aquarium of tropical fish that serves as the center for the Bar. Happy Hour specials run between 4 and 6 pm, Monday through Friday. They offer $6 wines and bottles of domestic beer for $4 and $5 well drinks and discounted food choices.
Chicago Brewing Company at 4 Queens
Living up to the promise of value which 4 Queens is renowned by, Chicago Brewing offers $2 off draft beers and 50 percent off house wine/well drinks between Sunday and Thursday at 3 pm – 6 pm Happy Hour offer.
Oscar’s located at Plaza
The popular steakhouse that overlooks Fremont Street offers happy hour from 5 pm to 7 midnight on Friday and Saturday and all day both Sunday and Thursday. The drinks included in the deal include the following drinks: $3 Bud Light, Sam Adams, and Michelob Ultra, and $4 Peroni, Newcastle, or Amstel Light. Cocktails are priced at $6and wine costs $7 and food at a discount is also available.
Cadillac Mexican and Tequila’s on Golden Nugget
Happy hour starts from 4 pm to 6 pm Monday to Friday. The menu includes $5 domestic beer, $4 domestic, margaritas, $5 well drinks as well as $5 craft beers. $6 wine and a variety of discounted food options.
Parlour Bar located at El Cortez
Happy hour deals are offered daily from 5 pm to 7 pm. They offer three dollars of Draft Bud Light, $4 Modelo Draft beer, $4 New Amsterdam, Bacardi, and Jim Beam drinks, and $5 cocktails from Tito’s and Jameson.
Ike’s is located at El Cortez
Like the Parlour Bar, Ikes offers an evening from 5 pm to 7 pm Happy Hour each day, which includes three dollars worth of Bud Light drafts, $4 Anchor Steam, Modelo or Negra Modelo draft beers. In addition, cocktails made from New Amsterdam Gin, Bacardi as well as Jim Beam are $4. Cocktails made with Tito’s, Jameson, or 1800 Tequila cost $5.
serves drafts priced at $5 for 23 oz as well as sangria, wine margaritas, as well as other selected cocktails from 4 pm – 7 pm Monday through Friday, as part of the Happy Hour. A few of their appetizers, such as the Buffalo Cauliflower, Garlic Parmesean Pretzel Poppers, as well as Cajun Seared Ahi, are priced at just $6 during this time. In addition, they offer the $6 Greyhounds, Screwdrivers, and Vodka Lemonades all day.
located in downtown’s Downtown Container Park, Bin 702 is open for an everyday Happy Hour between 3 pm and 6 pm. It offers $5 local pints as well as $6 well drinks as well as $7 wine and 20 wine bottles. Local beer options include the brews of Crafthaus, Tenaya Creek, and Mojave Brewing among others. Stay for a while afterward to enjoy the prayer mantis’ fire spectacle in the front into the Container Park!
The Underground Speakeasy
A unique and unique speakeasy experience in Mob Museum. Mob Museum, a happy hour is available from Sunday to Thursday between 5 pm and 7 pm. The happy hour offers patrons 2 percent off of all drinks or wine and drinks. The price of an alcoholic drink can range from $6 (beer) to $10 to $15 for wine and cocktails. Although not the cheapest drinks in the city of Fremont Street, it’s pretty amazing. More details on how to enter the Mob Museum speakeasy here. Mob Museum talks easily here.
Although well-known for their scorpion shots Nacho Daddy also offers a constantly changing selection of drink specials located downtown. Take a look at the latest happy hour specials below in “specials”.
A karaoke spot within Neonopolis, Cat’s Meow offers 2 drinks for one every day from 5 pm to 8 pm as part of the Happy Hour.
Downtown Cocktail Room
Just across from the Hennessey’s Tavern in Fremont East, the Downtown Cocktail Room provides an ” Halfy Hour” from 5 pm to 7 pm, Tuesday through Sunday. The name suggests the offer entitles customers to a half-priced drink at the bar.
The Smashed Pig
It is also located in Fremont East, The Smashed Pig has the Happy Hour every Wednesday and Friday between 4 pm and 6 at night. The most notable items offered as included in the offer include PBR for $3 and $6 white or red wine and well drinks priced at $6 as well as a variety of food items for $6.
Eureka! is situated just across the same street as El Cortez, Eureka! provides a Monday-Friday ” Hoppy Hour” between 3 pm to 6 pm and later between 9 pm and close. In this period, beers are sold at a one-dollar discount.
Triple 7 Brewery at Main Street Station
There isn’t currently a happy hour offer, Triple 7 serves $6 16 oz. craft beers throughout the day. Upgrade to a 24oz. beer costs just $7.50. Main Street Station and Triple 7 have reopened after an extended shutdown. We’re hopeful that the happy hour offers will return in the near future!
Last but not less glamorous
the cheapest beer available along Fremont Street can be had in any of the convenience or gift shops that are located within the vicinity. Find a large and 24oz. can for $2-3 dollars and take it to your destination.
It is important to note that because of the different laws regarding open containers downtown and. those on the Strip Open containers are legally required to be bought at the Fremont Street bar and be inside a plastic container. As per the rules it is not permitted to buy a bottle of beer and then crack it open for transport.
Based on our experience walking with an open bottle of beer won’t typically result in hot water, if you’re not being rude.