Happy Hour in NYC Just Got and Upgrade.

Happy Hour in NYC Just Got and Upgrade.

From new beer, wine, and cocktail specials fromThe Williamsburg Hotel and North 3rd Street Market, to 50% of bottles of wine at Marlow Bistro and sangria pitchers at Boqueria, happy hour in NYC no longer just means a discounted glass of the house red.

 

 

...but, also from 4 to 7

 

Boqueria

Boqueria is a lively, Barcelona-inspired tapas bar serving Spanish classics and market-driven seasonal specials in a warm and contemporary space. For happy hour, Boqueria offers a menu of classic tapas small bites and the variety of delicious cocktails to wash them

down. Specials including beer for $6, cocktails for $8-$11 such as their renowned Shishito Margarita ($11), and a pitcher of sangria for $37, as well as tapas specials perfect for pairing.

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Flatiron Happy Hour Menu; Weekdays: 3:00-6:30 PM

Address:53 West 19th Street, NYC 10011

SoHo Happy Hour Menu; Weekdays: 3:00-7 PM

Address:171 Spring Street, NYC 10012

UES Happy Hour Menu; Weekdays: 3:30-7 PM

Address:1460 Second Ave, NYC 10075

 

Cibo e Vino

2418 Broadway

Cibo e Vino is a cozy neighborhood restaurant and bar on the Upper

West Side that serves traditional Italian and Mediterranean cuisine with the sophistication of a European café, but the intimacy of a local eatery where every guest is made to feel like a regular. They have happy hour every day, from 2-6pm with Pinot Grigio, Montepulciano or Rose for $6 by the glass, and a special deal Sunday-Monday-Tuesday, all day 50% off all bottles of wine.

 

 

Fish Cheeks

55 Bond St

Fish Cheeks is a vibrant restaurant in NoHo serving contemporary Thai food, with a focus on seafood. The critically-acclaimed andwidely-beloved restaurant, which opened in 2016,

offers a menu of fresh + unabashedly vivid dishes that span across the various regions of Thailand. Their happy hour is every day from noon-3:45 PM and 5-7 pm, with $1 Oysters, $5 Beer, $8 Wine, $10 Cocktails. Their recently updated menu infuses the flavors of Thailand (an interplay of sweet, sour, salty and spicy) into a variety of creative cocktails including the Spicy Mango with Blanco tequila with mango puree, cilantro agave, lime, and Thai bird’s eye chili tincture, and the Passion Trip with Pimm’s, cucumber, passion fruit puree, honey, lemon juice, and Thai bird’s eye chili tincture.

 

 

Infamous Bistro

1012 Amsterdam Ave

The lively Upper West Side restaurant and bar Infamous Bistro boasts

happy hour everyday 4-7pm glass of wine $6, a glass of beer $6. If brunch is more your style, every Saturday and Sunday Infamous Bistro has bottomless mimosas for $18

during brunch service.

 

La Cafette (©Molly Tavoletti)


 

La Cafette

103 Havemeyer Street

La Cafette’s happy hour is available seven days a week from 5-8pm. Guests enjoy $6 glasses of house wine, $4 beers and discounted light bites.

 

Marlow Bistro

1018 Amsterdam Ave.

Marlow Bistro is a chic and inviting neighborhood gem, serving farm-to-table, modern Mediterranean food. Their happy hour is on Sundays, Mondays, and Tuesdays, with all day 50% off all bottles of wine.

 

 

North 3rd Street Market

103 N. 3rd St

North 3rd Street Market is the first indoor food hall in Williamsburg. With cozy nooks, an arcade, and delicious food, North 3rd Street Market’s new happy hour is a weekday destination to eat, and drink in the heart of Williamsburg. North 3rd Street Market hosts Happy Hour Monday - Friday from 4pm - 7pm, from the following vendors:


Baba's Pierogies - $6 Radeberger on draft
LobsterJoint - $2 off beer, wine, and cocktails
Jajaja - $3 Tecate with a purchase of a main entree

Chuko- Half off beer and sake with a purchase of ramen

Kalamaki- 1/2 off beer & wine with purchase

 

 

Left Bank (©Molly Tavoletti)


 

 

 Left  Bank

117 Perry St.

Happy Hour 5-7pm. Chic and cozy West Village eatery Left Bank has a happy hour offering guests an appetizer and a signature, housemade pasta for just $30, alongside discounted beverages every weekday from 5–7pm. As if we needed another excuse to drink wine and eat pasta! The restaurant is also serving up $6 select beer, $8 house wine, $8 well drinks, $10 sangria and $10 house gin or vodka martinis. (pro tip: Sunday and Mondays are corkage fee-free, so BYOB is encouraged!). Menu updated here. 

  

The Horny Ram

951 2nd Ave

Happy Hour is offered daily from 4pm - 7pm, and features $7 beers, house wines, and seasonal cocktails as well as $1.50 Malpeque and Blue Point oysters.Cocktails include two new additions to the menu: The Poison Ivy (vodka, strawberry, lime, ginger beer, Angostura bitters, rosemary) and Pina Fey (dark rum, caramelized pineapple, orange, coconut cream,nutmeg, mint)

 

The Williamsburg Hotel

96 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11249

New this season, The Lobby at  The Williamsburg Hotel, will offer happy hourfrom

4-6 pm Monday - Thursday. Guests can imbibe on some of Rael Petit’s signature cocktails, like the Gold Rush (redemption bourbon, honey, lemon juice) and the refreshing

Strawberry Field (vodka, st.germain, lime juice, strawberries, black pepper).

Cocktails and well drinks: $8, beer: $5, and wine: $8.


The Flying Cock

497 3rd Ave

Happy Hour is offered daily from 4- 7 pm, and features $7 beers, house wines, and seasonal cocktails including three new additions to the menu: The Finding Nemo (tequila, grapefruit, blue orange liqueur, lime, ginger beer and orange gummy fish served in a clear pouch), Don’t Be So Old Fashioned (fig-infused bourbon, maple syrup, Averna, apple bitters, orange zest) and  You So Cocky (vodka, cucumber, lemon, honey, elderflower, edible gold glitter).

 

Courtesy The Flying Cock

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