No matter the day. No matter the weather. We hope we’re not alone in saying that as soon as the clock hits 5 o’clock, during the work week, we’re heading to Happy Hour. Now first things first… when it comes to the best happy hours, it obviously comes down to drink x price comparison. We decided to do the hard work for you and give you a list of the best happy hours in Houston at the moment. Get to drinkin’ folks!
As the sister restaurant to Underbelly, UB Preserve is located on Westheimer in a quaint Montrose area shopping strip. Let’s just say they have HALF OFF of their Tiki Bowls (which will only end up costing you between $10-$20) plus more for you to explore!
Besides the beautiful decor in this gem, the cocktails are stellar! This bar has a sexy French touch that would be perfect for a drink(s) with a date with offerings from champagne to beer/wine to specialty cocktails. They also have Ladies Night on Thursday from 5PM-2:00AM. Get your dancing shoes on gals.
You may know this space as previously being named “Royal Oak”, but now it has moved on to being by far the most Instagrammable bar in Houston. If you want to step into a place where the vibe is totally tiki meets South Beach then this is your spot. With frozens and La Croix cocktails, Present Company is definitely a new fav in town. Their happy hour features $5 select house wines, $15 select bottles of wine, $3 Domestics, and food ranging from $6-$7. Can’t go wrong here!
Located above Hungary’s restaurant in Rice Village, this bar has an open airy feel (has a balcony patio *score*) with happy pricing for the win! Texas draft beers are $4. Select wines $5. Signature cocktails like Mojitos and Old Fashions at $6! Their bar bites also range from $6-$8. Scurry on ova!
This bar is sure to catch your eye with it’s signature color being very “Veuve yellow”. On Monday and Tuesdays from 8PM-11PM, you can get a bottle of wine and a bruschetta board for $20. Also, from 11AM-5PM they offer $5 wines by the glass and $5 pitchers of beer. FYI there’s no liquor here friends.
Nobu has finally made its grand debut in Houston and if looking to enjoy an upscale scene for happy hour then you better make your way over to “Tanoshi Hour”! In the restaurants bar area, enjoy food offerings such as sushi maki and rock shrimp butter ponzu plus a variety of drinks such as lychee martinis, sake and a Market Margarita created with our personal favorite …Casamigos tequila.