The Guide to Male Lifestyle in Las Vegas

Favorite Las Vegas Happy Hours

June 21, 2013

Happy hour is special time of day in Las Vegas. For a few hours you can visit many of our local bars and restaurants and enjoy some excellent cuisine and menu samples at a fraction of regular price, along with discounted drinks and cocktails. Here are a few of the current “best, most enjoyable” happy hours currently available around the city, where you’ll often find us unwinding from a long day at the office. Hope to see you there!


Kona Grill
Fashion Village at Boca Park
750 S Rampart Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89145
Happy Hour: Mon – Fri 3-7pm | Mon – Thur 9-11pm | Fri – Sat 10pm-12am | Sat 1-5pm | Sun All Day
Specials: Various Discounted Drinks | Menu of Discounted Sushi Rolls, Pizzas, Appetizers

Summerlin residents have made Kona Grill’s daily happy hour (at its various times) one of the more popular spots in the area. This is thanks to Kona Grill’s excellent happy hour food menu, featuring several sushi rolls as well as small pizzas and almost a dozen other savory items, offering something for every taste. Their discount specialty cocktails are tasty as well.


P.J. Clarke’s
The Forum Shops at Caesars
3500 South Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Happy Hour: Daily at the Pearl oyster bar
Specials: $1 Oysters | $1.50 Sliders | Small Plates Menu

While P.J. Clarke’s happy hour doesn’t actually include drink specials, the dollar oysters are too fresh and delicious to pass up. Shucked fresh while you watch, you can also enjoy other delicious bar food while you wait. Seating at the oyster bar is somewhat limited, so try to arrive early. However, the staff is gracious enough to seat overflow near the oyster bar and allow you to partake anyway.


Panevino Ristorante
246 Via Antonio Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Happy Hour: Mon-Fri 4-7pm
Specials: Half Priced Any Drink | Bar Appetizer Menu

Previously featured here for its skillful bartenders, Panevino offers an upscale Happy Hour experience with decadent happy hour menu featuring seafood, a plate of assorted sliders including kobe beef, italian sausage and crab cake, calamari, an excellent gourmet cheese assortment, and more. After happy hour you’ll be tempted to stay for dinner, where you’ll enjoy amazing bottles of wine and a panoramic view of the strip.

Republic Kitchen and Bar

Republic Kitchen and Bar
9470 S. Eastern Ave.
Henderson, NV 89123
Happy Hour: Daily 3pm-7pm, 10pm-2am
Specials: $2 Miller Lite, Coors Light | $3 Peroni and Full Sail | $4 Wine by the Glass | $5 Car Bombs | $6 Well Cocktails | $4 Select Appetizers

We go to Republic Kitchen for its friendly staff, “modern pub” atmosphere, tabletop and video games, their excellent signature cocktails and their unforgettable tuna nachos. The latter are not part of the happy hour menu, but we get them anyway. Republic is also a favorite spot for brunch, with all you can eat plans ranging from $9.99-$19.99 depending on what you crave, all you can drink Bloody Marys $12, and all you can drink mimosas $15.

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