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No matter what kind of day you’ve had, happy hour is the time to settle down, unwind and enjoy your favorite drinks at a much cheaper price with your friends, family or coworkers.

Here are 8 spots with some of the best happy hour deals around the city for the on-the-budget individuals – because you just can’t say no to $3 beers.

  • No matter what kind of day you’ve had, happy hour is the time to settle down, unwind and enjoy your favorite drinks at a much cheaper price with your friends, family or coworkers.

    Here are seven spots with some of the best happy hour deals around the city for the on-the-budget individuals – because you just can’t say no to $3 beers.

    1. Pizza Domenica is the go-to spot for happy hour in the Uptown area. Located at 4933 Magazine St., between Napoleon and Jefferson Avenues, the restaurant offers half price pitchers of beer on Mondays, half price bottles of wine on Fridays and $3 house brand drinks on Saturdays. Pizza Domenica is open seven days a week, from 3-6 p.m. and also offers half-priced pizza.

    2. Looking for that pre-gaming spot to enjoy your beers accompanied by a side of football? World of Beers is the place for you. With 40+ taps, the bar runs a happy hour every weekday afternoon from 3-7 p.m., offers a late night happy hour Sunday through Thursday from 10 a.m. until close, has live music on the weekends and hosts trivia nights on Thursdays.

    3. Bar Tonique, located on 820 N. Rampart St., has a happy hour from noon to 5 p.m., running Monday to Friday. Their deal-hour consist of daily special cocktails for $5 and a new bi-weekly late night pop up on Wednesdays with $3 cocktails.

    4. On Monday, Johnny Sanchez offers half-off pitchers of house margaritas from noon to 6 p.m. They also offer half-off house wine, half-off draft beer and $3 well drinks happy hour deals, starting at 3-6 p.m., seven days a week. Johnny Sanchez Nola is located at 930 Poydras St.

    5.  Ale offers different special deals every night. Located at 8124 Oak St., Ale has one of the best happy hour specials as follows, Monday Flight Night, Tuesday $2 off pitchers, Wednesday, two-for-one well drinks, Thursday $1 off pints all night, Friday $1 off beer and liquor from 3 – 7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday $5 mimosas and bloody mary’s.

    6.  Known for its delicious grapes, Brady’s Wine Warehouse also has a pretty good happy hour special. Located at 1029 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd suite C, this place offers a free beer tasting from 5–7 p.m. every Friday. This happy hour requires previous registration.

    7. Apolline is known for its amazing happy hour specials. Every Tuesday through Friday happy hour begins at 5 and ends at 6:30 p.m. with half-price beer, wine and well drinks throughout the entire restaurant. On Wednesdays, the bar’s specials include $5 glasses of wine and select bottles for $20 all night long.

    8. Dat Dog offers good happy hours deal in various sections of the city. It runs from 4-7 p.m. Monday-Friday, offers two-for-one draft beer, two-for-one well drinks, $1 off bottled beer, and $1 off wines by the glass. Grab your friends and have a good time at Dat Dog with cheap drinks and maybe even dabble in some trivia.

Don’t try them all at once!

 

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