Posts Tagged ‘happy hour

4 at Fore

In: Drinking|Eating

2 Feb 2012

(map) New restaurant Fore has a fun, simple recipe for happy hour: price everything at $4. That means eight specialty cocktails, $4. 17 red and white wines, $4. And a choice of tasty appetizers, each just $4. Above, the all-clear Fore Cosmo, made with Absolut Citron, Cointreau and white cranberry juice, so you don’t worry […]

UPDATE: closed (map) This sleek, contemporary-but-cozy cafe just launched a new happy hour, and it’s quickly getting popular. Regulars are enjoying the half-priced wine and beer, as well as half-price “share plates,” like the Vin Plat above. It’s a sweet and savory combination of

(map) Freda’s Seafood Grille throws a happy hour every day from 4 to 7, except for Saturdays and Sundays, when it goes on all day. That makes for a pretty happy hour indeed, with special prices on 11 seafood appetizers, as well as

UPDATE: closed (map) Since Ciola’s became Dominick’s (more about that here), new owner Dave is changing up some things. Now you can enjoy tasty new small dishes from 4 to 7 pm in the bar. Everything’s just $7.50, and there

(map) Six nights a week, Sunday through Friday, Gumbo’s throws an awesome happy hour. Wines by the glass are $2 off, and selected appetizers are half-price (even the escargot!). Above, Cajun Calamari, a heaping helping of tender,

(UPDATE: closed) (map) Chef Stewart Scruggs’ dishes are always exquisite, featuring fresh, seasonal ingredients flawlessly executed. And now, with his new Happy Hour, they’re half-off! From 4-6:30 Thursdays through Saturdays, all 13 appetizers are half-price and

(UPDATE: closed) (map) Unlike most places, Fion celebrates happy hour every day of the week, with specials on beer and house wine for $4. There are two locations, in Bee Cave and Steiner Ranch. The Steiner spot serves up some excellent food: seven different

Let’s face it, for most of us, this place is a splurge. That’s why their happy hour is such a deal. Any given evening, you can sit out on the patio, enjoy great live music (that’s Rod Williams, above), and watch an amazing sunset over Lake Travis, all for free. Appetizers are half-price

If you’re a sushi fan, you probably love everything about it except the price. That’s what makes Nagoya such a great spot for happy hour. Sushi is priced at $1.50 a piece, sushi rolls are just $3, wine is $2 off and Japanese beers are $2.50. We enjoyed fresh tuna, silky salmon, salty mackerel and

Every Wednesday for happy hour, The Grille serves up a great deal on fresh Gulf oysters: just $9.99 a dozen. Throw in a glass of house wine for $3, and you’ve got a pretty happy hour indeed. There are also half-priced appetizers and early dining deals, but something about an icy plate of oysters on […]


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