Top 7 Happy Hours in Las Vegas

By Terrel Emerson | November 12th, 2017

Known as the city where alcohol is crafted to the rim, the abundance of bars and pubs in Las Vegas can get overwhelming when trying to chose a worthy place for happy hour. Well, it’s just your luck. We narrowed down a list of joints across the city that won’t disappoint. Your happy hour just got happier, you are welcome.


  1. Herbs and Rye

    Herbs on Rye. Photo courtesy: Herbs and Rye Facebook page.

Address: 3713 W. Sahara Ave. Las Vegas, Nevada 89102 

Happy Hours: Monday-Saturday 5-8 p.m. and 1:59 p.m. to 3 a.m.

Rating: 4.7/5


Herbs and Rye is a lounge that includes classy American and Italian food. The setting provides dim lighting for its patrons to ensure an intimate outing regardless of the occasion. Herbs and Rye’s Happy Hour includes various drink specials and 50 percent off steaks and other selected food items. Happy hour runs Monday through Saturday and has two time slots.


  1. Park on Fremont located in Downtown Las Vegas. Photo courtesy: Park on Fremont Facebook page.

    Park on Fremont

Address: 506 Fremont St. Las Vegas, Nevada 89101

Happy Hours: Monday-Friday 4-7 p.m.

Rating: 4.5/5


Park on Fremont has a hipster saloon feel with a rustic finish. The rugged, natural feel of the bar creates a relaxed setting for its patrons to enjoy their pub style food and drinks. For happy hour, Park on Fremont includes three dollar cocktails. In terms of beers, they have four dollar domestic drafts along with five dollar crafts on draft. Lastly, Park on Fremont offers six dollar appetizers.




  1. Commonwealth

Address: 525 Fremont St. Las Vegas, Nevada 89101

Happy Hours: Tuesday-Friday 6-9 p.m.

Rating: 4.2/5


Commonwealth in Downtown Las Vegas provides its patrons with the pleasure of live music. The live music is coupled with a rooftop bar and various DJs. The artful cocktail lounge also includes a ‘Members-Only *Secret* Bar.’ As for its happy hour, Commonwealth offers $3 Coors Light, Bud Light and PBRs. House Whiskey, Gin, Tequila, Svedka and Bacardi are all three dollars. Also, House wines and Dos XX Lagers are $5.


  1. The Golden Tiki

Address: 3939 Spring Mountain Rd. Las Vegas, Nevada 89102

Happy Hours: Monday-Friday 4-8 a.m.

Rating: 4.2/5


Tropical cocktails can be expected at this exotic tiki-themed bar. Patrons get a real sultry setting with dim lighting and Hawaiian decor. The Golden Tiki Happy Hour runs from 4 a.m. to 8 a.m. The main attraction on the happy hour menu is $1 off all drinks.


  1. Public School 702

Address: 1850 Festival Plaza Dr. Las Vegas, Nevada 89135

Happy Hours Monday-Friday 3-7 p.m.

Rating: 4.4/5


Tired of boring old school? Public School 702 takes a twist on things with their schoolhouse themed bar. They feature patio games and pride themselves on their eclectic menus. Public School 702 has a traditional happy hour that starts with $5 draft beers and well drinks. They feature $10 red and white wine carafes. The bar features Dean’s List Carafes for $15. As for food, Public School 702 features a food menu that ranges from $4 to $7 dollars.


  1. C Bar (The Stratosphere)

Address: Stratosphere Hotel, 2000 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, Nevada 89104

Happy Hours: Everyday, All Day

Rating: 4.5/5


The elegance of the Las Vegas Stratosphere can be the perfect place to enjoy a happy hour. The C Bar looks to provide that for its patrons with its centered circular bar. It also features a silky velvet lighting over booths with love seat sized chairs. The best part of the C Bar is that it’s happy hour runs everyday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. And as if the deal couldn’t get any better, the happy hour is endless. Yes, an endless happy hour. The C Bar presents new drink special every two hours.


  1. Born and Raised, Las Vegas

Address: 7260 S. Cimarron Rd. Las Vegas, Nevada 89113

Happy Hours: Monday-Friday 3-6 p.m.

Rating: 5/5


The ultimate embodiment of a sports loving, bar goer paradise, Born and Raised Las Vegas looks to provide patrons with the perfect dining experience. This 24/7 sports sanctuary features a wall of televisions with video poker and an outdoor patio. Happy Hour starts with $3 Coors Banquet, Coors Light and Miller Lite. The $4 menu includes two Blue Moons (the original and seasonal), Batch 19 and premium well drinks. Appetizers are $5 with a menu of over 20 items to choose from.


Las Vegas is a place that never fails to amaze when it comes to creativity with drinks. Though these have been ranked the Top Seven Happy Hours in Las Vegas, the city has plenty more to offer. One just has to open minded and adventurous enough to give them a try.


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