Calgary Happy Hours

Calgary Happy Hours 2021

Calgary The Calgary area has a variety of Happy Hours Bars And Bars In Alberta Have been able to offer special deals throughout the day and evening. The deals begin at $2.75 for 1 ounce of spirits, $1.75 for 5 bottles of wine $2.75 for a 12-ounce container of beer, or $3.20 for pints of 20 ounces. (The usual two-for-one deal is not available. )

It’d be great to see pricing changes occasionally — especially $1.75 for a good cabernet, but not all bar owners make that big a difference in their discount.Calgary Happy Hours

The idea of entice patrons by offering discounts on drinks isn’t recommended for this industry. In the alternative, you can get some discounts on drinks during happy hour , and often certain offers on food. (Wednesday dinner with wings anyone? )

But where can you go to enjoy the benefits of these times? Happy hour is everywhere, literally and literally. In order to assist you in finding the ideal spot We’ve compiled the top 10 of our top spots to have a Happy Hour.

1410 Bier Haus

Date:Every day from 3 to 6 p.m

1410 Bier Haus provides local draft beers highballs and 6-ounce bottles of house wines for $5 each day between the hours of 3 and six p.m. The kettle chips are included and they offer appetizers at half price.

Anejo

Anejo

Date: Every day from 3 to 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. until the time of closing.

There are more than 100 different tequilas that are in the bar back offer the slight hint that Anejo could be a fantastic place to sip an ice cold margarita and straight drink in Agave’s juice. Reduce the cost (for the margarita in any case) by up to $6 during the everyday “half-hour,” add half-price tacos and it’s the time to party.

Bottlescrew Bill’s Pub and Buzzards Restaurant & Bar

Timing: between 3 and 6 p.m. from Monday through Friday and throughout the day on Sundays.

The most well-known restaurant in Calgary and pub , with a sprawling and a sunny patio that is open all year round and the daily specials on beer at $5. On the weekdays, local drafts are just $3 from the hours of 3 p.m. till 4 p.m. The cost is $4 starting at four p.m. up to 5 p.m. Between five p.m. till 6 p.m. All available local beers on draft, wines and Caesars are five dollars. On Sundays there is a happy hour offered with every pint of local draft beer, Caesars and a five-ounce glass of wine, and a $5. Do you wish to stay for a few hours (and making a call to for a taxi) there are highballs for $4.

Buffo

What time: 2 to 6 p.m. From Monday through Friday

In the hours of happy hours during happy hour, this Italian restaurant offers highballs and beer for $5 glasses of wine, prosecco for only $6. bar bites for half price. Join a group at this place for a meal and drinks until you’re satisfied.

When: 4 to 6 p.m. from Sunday to Thursday and 3 until six p.m. both on Fridays and Saturday.

Cannibale is one of the most popular places in Bridgeland for drinks (and shaving in the barbershop located in the). At its Happy Hour, or the standard drinks, you pay $8.50 for one drink. You can choose from an old-fashioned daiquiri Bird or ask the bartender for recommendations on the happy hour cocktails that rotate. There are also a variety of wines and beers (red and white) and Bourbon, all at $5.

Chairman’s Steakhouse

Timing: Weekdays 4 to 6 p.m.

Let go of the pressures of the day by enjoying a classic cocktail at just $10 like the classics such as the Manhattan, Moscow Mule, and Daiquiri -and the $5 drafts from local source. Finish your beverage by enjoying some of the snacks available on the menu at the lounge, like Ahi tuna tartare, or chicken sliders. All foods are 20% reduced during Happy Hour.

Cibo

It is from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday , from 3.30 to 5.30 p.m. 9:15 p.m. till closing Monday through Thursday , as also 10:30 p.m. to close on Saturday and Friday (17th Avenue Address) Between 2 and 4 p.m. all day long and at 8:30 p.m. till closing on Monday through Thursday, and between 9 and 11 p.m. until closing on Friday and the next weekend (Centre Street, address)

Cibo is a lively informal Italian restaurant that serves $5 pizzas and includes coupon Alina House wines, and draft beers in the after-hours and late-night hours at both locations.

Cleaver

Timing: Before 7 p.m. and after 9 p.m. from Sunday to Thursday

Cleaver’s happy hour covers several times. Prior to 7 p.m. and up to 9 p.m. from Sunday through Thursday, you can indulge in $7 sliders and 8 bucks worth of beers, wine, and cocktails.

Double Zero

Timing:Every day from 3 to 5 p.m

Pizzas are the perfect treat after a hard day’s work or maybe the pizza you buy for $12 including half-price glass of wine, craft beer as well as bubbly.

Goro + Gun

Timing:Weekdays from 3 to 6 p.m.

Its central location in the mall make Goro + Gun the perfect location to have a post-work beverage and Japanese menu with special happy hours for $5 has turned Goro to become a favorite place to hang out on Wednesdays evenings. Sake, wine, Sapporo beer, and an Omakase cocktail are all available and the best part for happy hours is the extensive menu of snacks for $5, which includes popular items like sushi rolls, as well as takoyaki, sashimi as well as other tasty Japanese dishes.

Gringo Street

Date: Before 7 p.m. and after 9 p.m. From Sunday until Thursday

The Cleaver’s Latin Restaurant, which is a sister restaurant and next door, offers the same happy hours , however they serve $3 tacos as well as double cocktails instead for $7. Live music is also available every Sunday during the summer months, from 4 until seven p.m.

The Guild

Timing: Every day from 2-6 p.m.

The stylish restaurant allows you to relax with special cocktails for $9, $5 pints of BigRock Brewery’s Liberty Commons Lager and bar snacks at half price. You can purchase glasses of nine and six ounces of wine for $6 and $9, respectively.

Hawthorn Dining Room & Bar

When: Weekdays 3 to 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. until midnight

After you’ve walked the walkway with The Fairmont Palliser to its Hawthorn bar and restaurant located in the lobby bar and lobby and lobby bar, you’ll enjoy the regular price of $8 per bottle of Prosecco, beer house wine and house wine at their happy hour on a weekly basis. It’s possible to recreate the old-fashioned glamour while strolling through Hawthorn to take in an afternoon jolt or an evening drink.

Horse & Hound

The time is from 3 to 3 to p.m. Between Monday to Saturday, and throughout the weekend on Sundays.

It’s located inside Inglewood Fire Hall #3. Inglewood fire hall #3 built in 1906. Its name is Hose & Hound. Hose & Hound can douse your thirst with $5.50 domestic beers, as well as highballs made of top-quality water sources.

Hy’s Steakhouse & Cocktail Bar

Time:Weekdays from 3 to 7 p.m. and from 3-4 p.m. until closing on Sundays.

The happy hour at Hy’s champagne sparkling wines and special cocktails are available for sale at 40% off. Draft beer is $5.50 and highballs are $5.75 and the red and white wine costs $9 for a glass. The menu’s highlights include toast made with cheese ($5.95) and a gourmet meat hamburger ($14.95) and oysters ($1.50 each). The restaurant is also a fantastic location to enjoy the large patio.

Kensington Pub

Time: Every day from 3 to 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. until the time of closing.

The Kensington Pub also known as K-Pub according to the usuals, contains 16 ounces of Guinness Hop House 13 lager and Legend 7 Porter for $5.95 and house highballs priced at $4.95. The pub is themed around English and serves regular meals and drink menus that include beverages as well.

Klein/Harris

The time is between 3 and 6. p.m. starting on Tuesday to Friday

As a outcome of the collaborative effort between Executive Chef James Waters and “cocktail curator” Christina Mah, Klein/Harris is a restaurant that is and half-lounge (quite literally the space is split in two areas, precisely like the name implies). The Tuesday through Friday “happiest hour” offers discounts on wine and beer (both for $5) along with buckets of chicken wings which are served with a spicy Maple Garlic Sauce ($14).

Last Best Brewing & Distilling

Time: Every day from 2-6 p.m.

The variety of house-brewed beers is always tasty and is a perfect match with premium bar snacks such as root vegetables fries or beer braised bacon fritter loaf. A happy hour is a regular occasion that provides special deals on food and beverages (including nine ounces beer for just $2.50) as well as is a great option for those who sit on the padded stool that is located at Last Best’s large bar. an elongated and brassy bar.

The Living Room

When:Weekdays from 4 to 6 p.m.

Its Happiness Hour at the living Room is rather simple. The menu offers drinks, beer and wine-by-the-glass.. The prices are $5, while small plates are priced at $8. The bar’s front view is perfect for watching people at the end of the day.

 

Lulu Bar

Lulu Bar’s bao packed with char siu cocktails that is made by the bar’s Wieners. Photograph by Jared Sych.

Time: Every day from 2 to 5 p.m.

This warm wood- and teal-colored space offers guests a break from the hustle and bustle of urban life with a relaxed setting. Lulu Bar offers a half-price happy hours which is when the majority of alcohol-based drinks are 50 percent discounted. It is easy to pair your salt-and-pepper meat with one of the five taps that offer special drinks as well as beers (excluding the menu for tiki-tiki) as well as any other type of wine or sake in the event that the cost per bottle lower than $70.

Market

time: Weekdays from 3 to 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. until closing on Saturdays at 10:00 p.m. till closing

In Market’s Happy Hour that is a regular occasion where you can have 8 glasses of vino for just $8 along with $5 beers and highballs at $5 that are made of homemade syrups to serve drink at bars. The most important aspect is that you will receive 10% off the most popular dishes at Market. You shouldn’t overlook the poutine that is made with 4K Farms pulled pork , or the gnocchi made with three varieties of cheese.

Modern Ocean

Timing: Weekdays from 2 to 6 p.m.

Modern Steak’s downtown branch provides oysters for half price along with bottles of Champagne for 4 hours all day. You can also buy two different packages for special prices that includes twelve oysters (six east coasts and six west coasts) along with 200ml Grey Goose vodka for $47 or the same assortment of oysters, and two bottles of 250ml of Bollicini Prosecco for just $33. A tip to remember: make sure you visit on Tuesdays to get discounts on tuna, salmon as well as tartare of beef.

Mugshots Sports Bar & Grill

Timing: Every Tuesday and Saturday from 4-7 p.m.

Charlene together with Clint Pellerin serve delicious wings that you can discover in Chicago (Wednesdays and Fridays $8.75 per pound) and $4.95 containers of American highballs, or beer between Tuesday and on Saturday. Take a look at the Dill Pickle or whisky maple bacon wings.

National Beer Hall

Time: Every day from 3 to 6 p.m.

4 National establishments (8th Avenue, 10th Avenue, 17th Avenue and Westhills) offer a relaxing outdoor atmosphere, with frequent happy hours offers. The cost of beer is 29 cents an inch ($5 per 18 ounces , or $3.50 for twelve ounces) and hickory-smoked smoked pepperoni costs $5.50.

Native Tongues Taqueria

Hours: Weekdays from 3 to 6 p.m.

Tacos that are street style are the most sought-after option in Native Tongues However, the contemporary Mexican restaurant’s menu for happy hours gives patrons the chance to try a variety of other choices for food (plus the usual drinks) for a reasonable cost. The menu for happy hour is simple but it’s packed with options. It includes an a la carte cheese and bean tortilla (a tortilla that can be baked or frittered) and Chilaquiles (tortillas packed with salsa and the meat of your preference) and hamburgers that go from the usual menus at the usual Mexican establishment.

The Pig & Duke

What timeis it: Mondays, from 2-6 p.m

Both locations (Connaught and downtown) in both places (Connaught as well as downtown) The Pig & Duke rounds out its menu by offering specials during happy hour that run between $5 and $5 to. Enjoy bottles of Phillips Solaris White Peach Ale and the local brewed Tools Shed’s Cow Kill a bottle of domestic house wines, highballs and highballs, while enjoying the daily menu at this quaint local pub.

Posto Pizzeria and Bar

What is the time? Weekdays between 4 and 6 p.m

Alongside its more famous cousin Bonterra, Posto pours half-price drinks and $5 pints during weekends. It also serves a variety of snacks like meatballs and perogies for $2.50 for each. The location that is a short walk across tracks that run to the south of the downtown office and is a bonus too.

Proof

When: Every day 4 to 7 p.m

An Calgary institution that is among of the most energetic bars that serve cocktails. Proof is a bar that takes mixing drinks very seriously. They offer a Happy Hour that is offered throughout the day lets patrons get a top-quality high-end quality at a cost which is (relative) reasonable. Relax in the evening looking at the stunning and beautifully covered wall right in the bar’s entrance as you sip seven glasses of house wines and $6 beers. You can also enjoy classic rum cocktails for just $8 and also $5 specials on food items.

Raw Bar

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Time: 4 to 6 p.m. between Monday and Saturday

It is possible to unwind in the comfortable atmosphere at Raw Bar from 4 to 6 p.m. for small plates for half cost, $5 draft beer and house wine and classic cocktails (choose one of Martini Old Fashioned, Manhattan, Negroni, Margarita or Moscow Mule). Bonus Fridays: Every Friday from 4-7 p.m. There’s the possibility to buy oysters for $1 as well as wines at half price all through the evening.

Schooners Neighbourhood Pub

Timing: 2 to 6 p.m. from Monday to Saturday and from noon until 8 p.m. on Sundays.

Schooners will begin Happy Hour early, with the hours of 2 p.m. start every day , from Monday through on the weekends (noon in the afternoon on Sundays). At these times the bar will offer a variety of domestic pints and bottles of well highballs , and beer are priced at $4.50 while the cost of a glass of wine is $5. The restaurant’s theme is nautical. Schooners offers regular deals on food like wings for half price on Sundays.

Ship & Anchor

Time: Weekdays from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturdays between 6 and 8 p.m. and Sundays between 3 and 6 p.m.

Casual, attractive and warm the Ship and Anchor’s reputation in the history books as the most legendary Calgary landmark is apparent through the regular happy hour deals that include draft beers at a low cost, or Highballs ($1 off) as well as regular shot deals.

Social Beer Haus

When: Every day from 3 to 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. until closing on Thursdays and on Sundays.

the Social Beer Haus Social Beer Haus at which you’ll be able celebrate the end of the workday by enjoying $5 drinks and beers (14 pounds) and specials on their food offerings such as taco sliders. In the evening, you can take advantage of the late-night meat deals which means that all their meats are available at half cost.

St. James Corner

Timing: Weekdays from 3 to 6 p.m. and all weekend on Sundays.

One of the most Irish as you can get, St. James Corner is counting down the minutes until following St Patrick’s Day. It is possible to join involved by working for three hours on weekdays, by buying the option of a specific beer for $5, a lager from the house which costs $3.50 and wine and highballs at the home for only $4.

Tea House

The time is 6-7:30 p.m. From Friday and Wednesday

Tea House is a cool bar that serves cocktails in the basement bar of Two Penny in Victoria Park. Although the happy hour is only offered in the first half-hour of service, it’s worth it if you’re searching for live entertainment every week that is held on Wednesdays, beginning around 7 and 8:30 p.m. It’s also a steal in price with just $10.

Teatro

Timing: Weekdays from 2 to 5 p.m.

Make sure you are ready to perform on stage, or for a concert with an excursion to the Teatro. Take advantage of a half-off light bar menu while sipping Peroni beer highball, house wine, or a highball for $6.

Thomsons Restaurant

Time: Every day from 2-6 p.m.

Take a stroll down Stephen Avenue and treat yourself to the Undurraga Chardonnay or cabernet sauvignon each for just $6. A great option to finish your day is with a hamburger, large wings that are grilled, or carnitas tacos priced at $9. This is a nutritious snack.

Trolley 5

Time: Every day from 3 to 6 p.m.

Trolley 5’s daily happy hour offers amazing discounts on all house beers as well in-house wines and highballs at only 4 dollars. If you’re hungry, you can take advantage of daily food specials offered at the brewery pub’s barbecue menu pizza, wings and many more dishes.

Vin Room

When: Every day from 3 to 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. until the closing time.

Do you want to make your life more enjoyable by enjoying glasses of wine? Check out The Vin Room’s “Twice as Nice” happy hour, which includes seven dollars of wines, five bucks beer, and $5 tapas each day. Additionally, you can bring your pet along to the patio that is which is located on 4th Street. 4th Street location and on the entire patio at the 85th Street location.

Vintage Chophouse & Tavern

Time: Weekdays from 3 to 6 p.m.

The elegant restaurant has the retro feel and sophisticated ambiance, which is evident from their menu for happy hours. The menu is unique and includes appetizers before the steak. This includes traditional cheese toasts made with gouda and truffle mornay, for $5, and beef ribs for $10, and other options. It is possible to mix your meal with a standard drink ($5) as well as glasses of wine ($6) as well as classic drinks ($8).

Wallflower Kitchen & Cocktail

Wallflower Kitchen & Cocktail

Time: All day on Mondays, between 2-5 p.m. and nine p.m. through closing Tuesday to Thursday between 2-5 p.m. until 10 p.m. until closing on Fridays at 10:10 p.m. up to closing on Saturdays.

The Wallflower Wallflower There’s a variety of food and drinks items that cost a minimum of $10 during the happy hours. It’s easy to dine and drink. Get your evening started with a drink or two of your favorite drink, the Perks of being a Waal Lager, followed by hot and sweet wings and ribs.

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