3 Hot Happy Hours in West Houston
Houston has lots of great restaurants and bars, but going out can be expensive. Fortunately, there are several food and drink specials and happy hours, making it much more affordable to meet up with friends or have that after-work drink. You can still go out and have a great time without breaking your budget. Here are three of our favorite West Houston happy hour specials.
Save on sushi when you visit Nobu between 5 pm and 6 pm. This “Tanoshi Hour” features spicy tuna maki for $8, two pieces of prime beef kushiyaki for $10, and three oysters with Nobu sauces, also for $10. Accompany those with $5 Sapporo beer or a $7 glass of house white wine. To give you an idea of how much you can save during their happy hour, those oysters would normally run you $27.
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The Deck on Fountainview
The Deck on Fountainview is a neighborhood bar that offers some of the best crawfish around. Their happy hour is a long one; from 11 am to 7 pm Monday through Thursday you can get domestic bottled beer for $2.50. You can also get domestic drafts for $2.75 and $7 domestic pitchers, which means you’ll have more to spend on Texas Pepas, jalapenos stuffed with Wisconsin cheddar and battered with homemade potato breading, and some Coin Toss Nachos.
The West End
There’s nothing like happy hour at an American pub, so you’ll definitely want to add The West End to your drinking plans. Known for a large selection of whiskeys and craft beer, their Monday through Friday happy hour gets you a dollar off all draft beers between 3 pm and 7 pm. They’ve also got $5 mixed drinks, featuring liquors like Jim Beam, Beefeater, and Bacardi, and house wines will also run you $5. Back it up with their $6 Nosh menu, which includes a giant pretzel, southwest chicken eggrolls, and street tacos.
Check out these spots next time you’re looking for a night out that won’t cost a fortune. When you go, be sure to let us know on Twitter and Facebook!