A Really Big List of the Best Happy Hours in Los Angeles [2024 Edition]

Food and drinks poolside at Broken Shaker. Photo courtesy of Freehand Los Angeles.

You know what sounds good on Valentine’s Day? A brand new, massive guide to happy hours in Los Angeles. On deck, you’ll find a compilation of over 50 options spread across over 20 neighborhoods and incorporated cities throughout Los Angeles County. Wondering why there are so many? Well, it’s simple – because you all absolutely deserve it.

Think of this guide as a playbook crafted by a true Angeleno who can’t resist a great deal and happens to be well-versed in good food. It’s not every happy hour in L.A. (nor is it intended to be), just a bunch of my favorites. My hope is that the next time you’re organizing a happy hour get-together, this post will provide the inspo you need to make it an outing to remember.


ALSO: Remember that lists like this are living organisms. Never quite complete, always being updated, trimmed, or expanded. So if you feel like we need to consider a new spot, be sure to DM us on Instagram your suggestion and I’ll gladly conduct further “research.” Thank for reading. Enjoy the guide!

Downtown Los Angeles

The bar at Redbird. Photo courtesy of Redbird.


Chef Neal Fraser’s modern American restaurant Redbird is offering a happy hour menu at the bar where everything is $11-$15. On Tuesday through Friday from 5 to 7 p.m. guests can mix and match craft cocktails while sampling elevated bar bites from Hiramasa Crudo with blood orange ponzu to Crispy Gochujang Duck Wings.

Everson Royce Bar

Everson Royce Bar is shaking up $10 craft cocktails during happy hour Tuesday through Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m. ERB’s Classic Burger and Fries is $14 during this time and you can find other hearty bites like Shrimp Toast on sourdough for $9 and Chicken and Biscuits for $12. A selection of beers and wines are $6-$8, cocktails and boilermakers are $10 and if you’re feeling adventurous, ask for a $6 mystery shot.

La Cha Cha Cha

Tired of the all too common $18 cocktail? La Cha Cha Cha in the Arts District recently introduced a $10 cocktail happy hour. Happening every Tuesday through Thursday, between 5 to 7 p.m. the menu features a Michelada, Spicy Pineapple Margarita and Margarita. 

Broken Shaker

The rooftop bar, Broken Shaker Los Angeles, hosts happy hour from Monday to Thursday, running from 3 to 6 p.m. During this time, you can enjoy a variety of reasonably priced snacks, such as $8 Fish or Mushroom Tacos, $10 guacamole and chips, $12 Chicken Bahn Mi, and Carne Asada Fries. Additionally, a selection of drinks is available, including $12 cocktails, $5 beers, and $8 glasses of wine.

Good Clean Fun

Natural wine bar Good Clean Fun runs Happy Hour daily from Tuesday through Sunday from 3 to 6 p.m. and all day on Mondays. Diners can take advantage of food and wine specials like $9 glasses of natural wines, $5 spritz and beers, and drinking snacks such as tinned fish served with country sourdough and European style butter for $16 and marinated olives for $7.

The Margherita Pizza at Rossoblu. Photo credit Wonho Frank Lee.


Rossoblu’s happy hour menu features various small bites starting at $6, pepperoni and margherita pizzas priced at $12, mocktails available for $5, and wines and cocktails at $12. These promotions are available daily from 5 to 6 p.m. and run all day on Mondays at the bar.

Nick + Stef’s

Elevated steakhouse Nick + Stef’s happy hour takes place on weeknights Monday through Thursday from 3 to 7 p.m. and Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. Taking place in both the outdoor and indoor lounges, bar snacks like smoked deviled eggs, crabcake sliders, and sweet potato fries are all $11 or under. A Grilled Hanger Steak with chimichurri sauce is $28 during this time. Specialty cocktails are $13 across the board during happy hour, a selection of wines by the glass are $11 each and beers run $7 to $9.

Bar Magnolia

Located inside the historic Hotel Figueroa Bar Magnolia hosts a daily happy hour Monday through Friday from 3 to 6 p.m. in the lounge and bar area. Snack on Truffle Fries ($10), Tuna Tartare Tostada ($14) and Crispy Chicken Sliders ($12) durning this time. On the beverage side guests can sip on $10 cocktails, $8 glasses of wine and $7 beers.

Little Tokyo

Far Bar

Far Bar hosts happy hour all day on and from 3 to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Friday from 3 to 7 p.m. with a number of drinks on special like $10-$11 cocktails and a Sapporo & Sake shot for $9. Happy hour food specials range $5-$13 and include Wagyu Hot topped with teriyaki, wasabi mayo, furikake and other Japanese ingredients as well as Wings Roasted with Spices with Sriracha mayo dip. There’s also a burger specials where $13 gets you a burger, fries and either a soda or Sapporo beer.



Escala’s Colombian Korean happy hour menu includes two for $6 empanadas stuffed with kimchi fried rice or beef and potato, $6 street corn, $7 chicken tamales and more. On the drinks side, an Old Fashioned is $7, pints of beer are $6, a whole pitcher of beer is only $22 and well drinks at $7 each. Happy hour runs daily from 4 to 7 p.m. and a late night version happens Sunday through Thursday from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Beverly Grove

The rooftop view of Videre. Photo courtesy of Videre.


Videre’s happy hour menu is available Monday through Friday from 3 to 6 p.m., inviting guests to unwind with $12 craft cocktails inspired by commonly used email lingo. Guests can sip on the “Please Advise” Margarita or the “Just Checking In” Old Fashioned. The menu also features a selection of enticing small plates priced between $3 and $8, including marinated olives, crispy fried chicken bites, and truffle parmesan fries.

Lincoln Heights

Moo’s Craft Barbecue

James Beard ​​nominated and MICHELIN Bib Gourmand awarded Moo’s Craft Barbecue  in Lincoln Heights serves Texas-style barbecue with a cult-like following. During their happy hour on Thursdays and Fridays from 2 to 5 p.m., you can indulge in $10 Pulled Pork and Chopped Brisket sandwiches, along with snackable items like Frito Pie and Chili Cheese Fries. Additionally, craft beers are discounted by $2 during the afternoon promotion, and Micheladas are available at a reduced price of $6.

Silver Lake

Smoked Barbacoa Taco at All Day Baby

All Day Baby

All Day Baby, the Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurant in Silver Lake, hosts a happy hour available from Wednesday to Saturday, running from 3 to 6 p.m. The menu is delightfully Southern comfort with a California twist. Crafting a delicious meal is easy with options like the Half Wedge in buttermilk labneh dressing ($9), shareable bites such as Hot Fish Nuggets ($10), and main choices like the longaniza sausage taco ($7), Cheeseburger ($8), or Pork Check BBQ slider ($8). Indulge in $11 cocktails ranging from classics like the Mojito to inventive ones like the Flying First Class with persimmon and Thai tea-infused gin, Mommenpop Makrut Lime, pineapple, lemon, and grapefruit bitters. For those who prefer straightforward drinks, a glass of wine or a beer paired with a shot is priced at just $10.

Red Lion Tavern

This old school German beer garden and restaurant has served the Silver Lake neighborhood for over 60 years. Red Lion’s extra long happy hour runs Monday through Friday from noon to 6 p.m. During this time you can score German beers, wine and well drinks for $7.50 to $8.50. Order the sausage platter that features three kinds of German sausages for $11 and fried German pickles $7.50. Prost!

Highland Park


“Siesta Hour” at Chef Teresa Montaño’s Spanish restaurant Otoño runs Monday through Friday from 5 to 6:30 p.m. and then again on the weekends from 3 to 6:30 p.m. Available only at the bar, the tapas options range from $5 to $12 and include Pan Con Tomate, Frito Mixto and a Jamon Croqueta. Beyond tapas there’s also a Green Chili Wagyu Cheeseburger for only $10. Whatever you decide, wash it all down with a $10 G&T, or another libation on the promo menu.

The Greyhound

It’s easy to unexpectedly walk into The Greyhound in Highland Park when happy hour is happening. The “Lovely Hour” is held 3 to 5:30 p.m. everyday and a late night version takes place Monday through Thursday from 10 to 11 p.m. Food deals include Carne Asada Quesadilla, Wings and an Onion Smash Burger for $9 a piece. The drink promo features $8 well drinks and wines, $6 draft beers and $9 cocktails. During Dodgers season, happy hour specials are on from the first pitch to the last.

Atwater Village

Pizza and wings at Hail Mary Pizza. Photo credit Hail Mary Pizza Instagram.

Hail Mary Pizza

Happy Hour takes place every night at Hail Mary Pizza in Atwater Village. This beloved neighborhood spot offers some enticing deals, including a Buy One Get One (BOGO) at half price for any pizza on the menu. Additionally, patrons can enjoy special offers on fire-roasted wings for $10, broccoli with chimichurri for $9, and a selection of beers and wines by the glass ranging between $6 to $13. Happy Hour at Hail Mary Pizza operates twice daily, on weekdays (Monday through Thursday), from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., weekends (Friday through Sunday), from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and every night from 8 p.m. to close.

Remember The Maine cocktail from Momed. Photo by Sterling Reed.


Momed’s happy hour runs all night on Sunday through Thursday from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Find cocktails for $10, beers for $5 and glasses of wine between $12 to $14. It’s easy to build a whole meal out of Momed’s happy hour. During this time dishes like Crispy Cauliflower with perserved lemon bagna cauda are $14 and a beef burger with harissa aioli is $18.

Los Feliz

Aperitivo Fiero Spritz at Big Bar. Photo credit Eugene Lee.

Big Bar & Alcove

Inside Alcove a garden-themed cafe, conceals a charming little bar affectionately named Big Bar. Together, they present a generous five-hour happy hour window from Monday to Friday, spanning 2 to 7 p.m. Stop by to enjoy a $10 Cocktail of the Day or an Afternoon Spritz, as well as wines by the glass for $8 and a $2 discount on draft beers. When it comes to food, the menu includes a variety of options ranging from $7 to $12, such as Mango Habanero Wings, Crispy Cauliflower, and a burger.

Little Dom’s

Not exactly a happy hour but Monday Night Supper at Little Dom’s has been going on for years. Happening weekly the popular special offers a three-course meal for just $25 every Monday. The rotating menu is listed on the restaurants website as well as on Little Dom’s Instagram stories every week. Diners also have the option to add a bottle of Little Dom’s House Blended Drago Red or White Wine to their meal for $25. Draft beers will set you back a cool $5. 


Pizza’s from Jemma. Photo credit Jemma’s Instagram.


Jemma hosts an apertivo hour, daily from 3 to 5 p.m., and a digestivo late-night cocktails and food hour on Sunday to Thursday from 9:30 p.m. to close, and Friday to Saturday from 10:30 p.m. to close. The drink menu features $12 spritzes and $16 mini cocktail flights. For food options, there’s a variety, including full-portion items from the main menu with a discounted price. Among the offerings are eight pizzas priced at $18 each, including Chef Jackson Kalb’s signature green Frankie Pie. The Crispy Calamari, priced at $15 during this time, is particularly delightful. Even dessert is on the happy hour menu, available for $10.

Mother Tongue

Chef Fernando Darin’s health-conscious Hollywood rooftop eatery offers a social hour every day from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., featuring $5 beers, $10 wines, and cocktails. Mother Tongue’s signature dips, including the Avocado Whip made with tarragon and spirulina, are available for $5 each during this time. Daily oysters are priced at $3 per piece, and small bites like sliders and chicken tikka masala skewers are offered at $5 each.

Mama Shelter

Mama Shelter’s downstairs lobby bar hosts happy hour Wednesday to Sunday from 4 p.m. to close. Sips during this time range from beers, wines to cocktails priced between $9-$18. On the food side the menu barrows from global inspiration diners can get a Bulgogi Cheesesteak for $14 to Cambodian Street Corn made with coconut milk, lemongrass and lime for $9.

West Hollywood

A spread at Connie and Ted’s. Photo credit Robiee Ziegler.

Connie & Ted’s

Connie & Ted’s ‘Happy Hour & A Half’ is offered from Wednesday to Friday, spanning from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. exclusively at the bar. The menu features half-sized portions of seafood classics, including a half dozen oysters for $14, a mini lobster roll priced at $16, and a Hook Burger Slider available for $7. Additionally, draft beers, including the limited-time Craft, are part of the offerings during this happy hour period.


Soulmate’s happy hour runs Monday through Wednesday from 4:30 p.m. to close, Thursday to Friday 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. and a Saturday and Sunday version from 3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Available at the bar, guests can expect $8, $10 and $13 cocktails such as Soulmate’s Signature Gin & Tonic, and WeHo Daiquiri. On the food menu are elevated shared plates including $2 oysters, $13 Roasted Pork Belly and $12 Smoked Salmon Dip. 

Employees Only

Employees Only is offering a ‘Golden Hour’ Tuesday through Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m. The menu is a mix of classic bar snacks like Fried Pickles and Chips & Dip to Pizza’s and Roasted Bone Marrow.

Happy Hour spread at Genghis Cohen. Photo by Frank Lee.

Genghis Cohen

Iconic New York-style Chinese restaurant Genghis Cohen’s happy hour takes place Tuesday through Thursday offering guests a selection of $8 cocktails such as the Szechuan Margarita or Bloody Mary (add an eggroll garnish for $1) alongside $5 Tsing Tao beer and a special menu of $5 snacks like egg rolls, dumplings, butterfly shrimp and cold sesame noodles. Happy hour runs 3 to 7 p.m.

L.P. Rooftop

The L.P. Rooftop bar boasts a fantastic terrace space overlooking the main drag of West Hollywood, and if you want to enjoy the view with a bit of a discount, head there on Monday through Friday from 4 to 6 p.m. L.P. Rooftop’s happy hour menu includes a $10 cheeseburger, $11 EP Froze, $13 cocktails and $11 house wines.


Mykonos-inspired restaurant Theía hosts one of the liveliest weeknight happy hours in the city featuring local DJs, belly dancers, and energetic napkin-waving dances. Tuesday through Friday from 5 to 7 p.m. the restaurant offers a happy hour menu of Greek mezzes as well as eye-catching cocktails. Prices range $3 to $12 on the food menu, $10 for select cocktails and $5-$6 on beer and wine.

Tacos, seafood tostadas and grilled oysters topped with chapulines from Madre. Photo by Christina Champlin.

Madre (West Hollywood, Palms and Torrance)

Oaxacan food can be hard to find in some parts of the city, and a Oaxacan focused happy hour is rarer still. At Madre, savor a menu of over a dozen small plates including $5 chicken mole enchilada, $6 tacos and grilled oysters topped with chapulines $12 (four.) Happy hour cocktails are a mix of mezcal and reposado libations for $11, beers are $6 a pop and wine by the glass are $6 and micheladas are $7. Happy hour is available at all three Los Angeles County locations of Madre from 3 to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Gracias Madre

West Hollywood’s plant-based restaurant Gracias Madre hosts happy hour on weekdays from 3 to 6 p.m. Everything on the menu is $7 including nachos, soy chorizo empanada and tacos. Their classic Purista Margarita also $9 while house wines are $8 a glass and draft beer is $6. Salud!

West 3rd.

Melanie Wine Bar

Melanie Wine Bar, introduces a daily “Happiest Hour” program from 4 to 5 p.m. where guests can enjoy 50% off all wines by the glass. Stop by on Mondays for 50% off all bottles of wine too. Cheers to that!

Culver City

Happy hour at Maple Block. Photo courtesy of Maple Block.

Maple Block Meat Co.

Maple Block’s happy hour menu includes a whole lot of brisket! Find brisket in tacos, topped on nachos, and stuffed in grilled cheese. Other tasty items include smash burger sliders and Maple Block’s signature peach wood smoked chicken wings. Food prices range $5 to $12. On the beverage side guests can take advantage of BOGO on all cocktails, beer and wine on the regular menu. Happy Hour runs all night on Mondays from 5 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday through Friday from 5 to 6 p.m. 


Parisian-inspired Juliet offers an Apéro Hour modeled after, an early evening snack and drink tradition in France. Juliet’s Apéro Hour is available daily from 3 to 5 p.m. at the bar and on the patio. Guests can enjoy a special menu of bites from oysters ($4) to Mousse au Foi de Volaille, a chicken liver tartlet with apple gelée ($14) mindfully paired with a rotating selection of wines from small producers in select regions in France. 

Ms Chi Cafe

Top Chef Alum Shirley Chung’s Ms Chi Cafe has a $6 happy hour menu featuring American Chinese eats, wine and beer. Happy hour runs Wednesday through Friday from 4 to 6 p.m. Highlights include Salt & Pepper Tots, Lion’s Head Meatballs, Dumplings, Potstickers and Chicken Jiaozi.



If Italian food is your personal fave, Downtown Culver City’s Ugo’s happy hour menu brings a bit of everything to the table. Available Monday through Friday from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. the menu includes $10 starters like Portobello Fries, Neapolitan Pizzas for $13 and small plates such as Calamari, Meatballs to pasta served in a bread bowl for $14. Well drinks, wine, well drinks and beers run $7 to $10 and fancier sips like a Negroni or Aperol Spritz will only cost you $11. 

Beverly Hills


Mírame has a happy hour that’s held at the bar from 4 to 7 p.m., every Tuesday through Friday. Founded by Michelin Star chef Joshua Gil and Matthew Egan, the modern Mexican menu includes $12 cocktails, $6 fried chicken tacos, $8 salmon skin chicharron to $12 Mexican Birria pizza pies. 

Santa Monica

The Midnight Margarita at Citrin. Photo credit Wonho Frank Lee.


Chef Josiah Citrin’s Santa Monica restaurant Citrin hosts a happy hour called “Evening Glass Off” every Tuesday through Saturday from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Available only at the bar, the menu does not include bar bites. Far from it. At Citrin dishes during this delicable hour range from a Lobster Bolognese in a Brown Butter Truffle Froth for $15 to a Wagyu Sirloin from Snake River Farms for $22. A selection of wines are $10 during this time, a list of nine cocktails are all $11 and select beers are available for $7.50.

Birdie G’s

Birdie G’sEarly Birdie’s Happy Hour” is offered daily from 5 to 6 p.m. in the “The Bird’s Nest” bar and lounge area. The menu includes bar snacks and shared plates like Rueben Fries to ACG Caesar Salad and Lavender Almonds all priced between $5 to $12. Featured cocktails and wines by the glass are $12, beers are $8.

Jonah’s Kitchen

Jonah’s Kitchen hosts a one-hour happy hour every Monday through Friday. During this time, patrons can enjoy Cochinita Nachos and Red Shrimp Tostadas for $9, and Black Angus Brisket Tacos for $7. The menu also features a variety of cocktails ranging from $9 to $16, along with wines and beers priced at $8 to $9.

FIG Restaurant

Sometimes it pays off to be an early diner. That’s certainly the case at the Fairmont Miramar’s FIG Restaurant when happy hour means the entire dinner menu (with some exceptions) is half off. Happy hour at FIG takes place Tuesday through Saturday from 5 to 6 p.m.

The happy hour spread at BOA Steakhouse. Photo courtesy of BOA Steakhouse.

BOA Steakhouse Santa Monica

BOA Steakhouse Santa Monica has a happy hour where guests can sip on $12 cocktails, like a refreshing Lychee Martini, paired with a fine selection of bar bites all priced between $3 to $16. There are a handful of cocktails featured and the food portion encompasses everything from fresh oysters, Peruvian scallops to a wagyu smash burger and truffle-laced tots. BOA Santa Monica’s happy hour is available in the bar and lounge area from Monday through Friday from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. and on weekends from 5 to 6 p.m.


Golden Hour at Lunetta runs Tuesday through Friday from 4 to 6 p.m. with whole meals and starters that range between $10-$16. Guests can feast on Baked Brie with bread and fig jam, crudos, ceviches, sandwiches, Steak Frites and an American Wagyu Hot Dog. During Golden Hour a selection of cocktails, wines by the glass are all $12 with beers for $6.

Esters Wine Shop & Bar

Esters Wine Shop & Bar’s happy hour runs all day Sundays and Mondays and Tuesday through Saturday from 4 to 6 p.m. A selection of wines are $10 by the glass and the cocktail of the day is $14. To start, nibble on a $23 charcuterie plate and indulge on shucked oysters at $3.5 a piece, a number of $15 snacks are also on the happy hour menu.


Grilled prawns from Charcoal. Photo courtesy of Charcoal.


The Glass Off menu at two-star Michelin Chef Josiah Citrin’s Charcoal is almost too good to be true. Available at the bar daily between 5:30 to 7 p.m., the menu features elevated bites including Smoked Lamb Ribs, meat skewers to Grilled Calamari with lemon bread crumbs all priced between $4-$10. You’ll also find more substantial offerings, including Steak Frites and the Charcoal Burger for $12-$14. Happy hour cocktails go for $12, while highballs are $11.  

The Waterfront

The Waterfront hosts buy one, get one free deals on cocktails, beer, wine during happy hour on Tuesdays through Fridays from 3 to 7 p.m. 

Belles Beach House

Catch some island vibes at Belles Beach House. During happy hour (Monday through Thursday from 4 to 6 p.m.) a selection of Tiki cocktails and wines are $10, tropical slushie shots are $4, beers are $6 and bites such as Crispy Rock Shrimp, Spicy Tuna Roll and Mochiko Chicken Nuggets are $10.

Marina Del Rey

Whiskey Reds Fish & Chips. Photo by Christina Champlin.

Whiskey Red’s

Spend a Wednesday or Thursday feasting, drinking and admiring the dockside views of Marina Del Rey. Whiskey Red’s happy hour runs 3 to 6 p.m. and the deals are truly worth it. There’s a Beer Battered Fish & Chips plate for $10, Grilled Oysters for $10, Fire Cracker Shrimp for $8 and much more. On the drinks side beers, cocktails and glasses of wine are priced at either $5, $7 or $9. Happy Hour goers have to sit in the bar and lounge area to take advantage of the deals.

Dear Jane’s

Indulge in happy hour delights at Dear Jane’s, available at the restaurant’s bar Wednesday through Sunday from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Sip on signature cocktails like the Fonda 75, a blend of tequila, grapefruit, lime, cucumber, mint, and Champagne, priced at $12. Or opt to customizable your own Highball for $11. Culinary offerings during this time include $12 yellowtail carpaccio, $15 scampi, and a hearty $17 steak frites.

Playa Vista

Superfine Playa 

Superfine Playa offers happy hour Wednesdays-Friday from 3 to 6 p.m. and Saturday-Sunday from 2 to 6 p.m. at the bar, communal and front patio. Dive into their Italian bites menu featuring a white bean dip with Sardinian crackers ($8), Braised meatballs ($9) or a SF burger made with gruyere fonduta, caramelized onions and cabbage slaw ($12). Pair the bites with drink specials including a cocktail of the week for $12 themed cocktails or Italian Spritz for $9.


Manhattan Beach

BOA Manhattan Beach

The Manhattan Beach location of BOA Steakhouse hosts a happy hour menu daily from 4 to 5 p.m. Diners can enjoy $12 cocktails and bar bites starting at $8, including a Bar BOA Caesar salad, and the indulgent Wagyu Smash Burger will only cost you $16. Noteworthy cocktails include the Peaches and Dreams, featuring blanco tequila, peach liqueur, fresh peach, lime, and tajin.

Long Beach

A whole pizza pie from little coyote in Long Beach. Photo credit little coyote Instagram.

little coyote

little coyote in Long Beach offers plenty of specials to add a bit more pizza to all of our lives. Tuesdays are BOGO days, buy one pie and get the second half off. Orders can be made in-store or online, just use the code “bogo”. Stop in on Wednesdays between 4 to 6 p.m. for Hump Day Happy Hour where you can score $3 cheese slices and beers, $4 pepperoni as well as white pie slices and $5 wines. Deals are available at both Long Beach locations. 

San Pedro Fish Market

San Pedro Fish Market Long Beach location hosts a $6,$7, $9 drinks happy hour Monday through Friday from 3 to 7 p.m., exclusively at San Pedro Fish Market Long Beach. Additionally the restaurant hosts several deals throughout the week including Shrimp Tray Mondays, Taco Tuesdays + Wednesday and more. Find the list of specials here.


Colombian Chef Carlos Jurado’s Selva. features a Colombian and South American inspired menu with a vibrant happy hour the runs all day on Wednesday and Thursday through Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m. A selection of drinks are around $5 and bites such as arepas, ceviche, chicharron, sweet plantains, mushroom croquettes and chicken “wangs” range $7-$12.

Michael’s on Naples

Sunday is happy hour time at Michael’s rooftop dining space where you can score half off pizzas and $2 off all wines by the glass, cocktails and beer. Stop by between 3 to 5 p.m.


The Greyhound

There’s a lot going on at the newly opened Glendale location of The Greyhound. Happy hour includes 11 oysters for $6, discounts on beer and wine everyday from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. and a late night version Wednesday to Saturday 9:30 to 10:30 p.m. Wing Wednesday promo is also put into place where patrons can get 50 cent wings from 6:30 to 10 p.m. every week. Thursdays is $9 Pizza Days and on Saturdays oysters are half priced from noon to 8 p.m. But wait there’s more! During Dodgers season, happy hour specials are on from the first pitch to the last.

Studio City

Vintage Wine + Eats

Female Sommelier founded wine bar Vintage Wine + Eats hosts happy hour Monday through Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. On the menu are dishes like Lobster Aranicni ($12) and Spinach and Artichoke Dip ($6) all with wine pairing suggestions that are also on promo for $9-$11.

North Hollywood

Idle Hour

Happy hour is everyday at Idle Hour. Happening Mondays through Fridays from 3 to 6 p.m. and then once more on Sundays. Stop in for $7 bites like Flatbread Pizza and Queso & Chips. Classic cocktails are also $7 at this time and all beers are $2 off. If day drinking is your thing come by on Saturdays when happy hour runs 1 to 6 p.m.

Got a suggestion for our happy hour update? Want to let us know about a change on one of the menus mentioned above? Feel free to write in to [email protected], subject line ‘happy hours in L.A.’

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