Perhaps an unfulfilling workday lunch has you feeling hungry before dinner. What better way to wind down the workday than with some happy hour food deals that are just as good as the drink specials? Stop by these happy hours for a drink and a snack (or dinner) with friends or alone. If your summer funds are running dry, these food deals are here to help.
Make sure to show up to Sushi Taro’s happy hour early, as they only offer the menu at their 11-seat bar. Enjoy half off all regular sushi and alcoholic drinks, including high-end rolls and sake. This is a great opportunity to fill that sushi void at a great price. Swing by Sushi Taro between 5:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. on any weekday for great food and drink deals.
Cheff Geoff’s offers a very extensive happy hour menu complete with burgers, snacks, pizzas, plus draft beers, wines, and seasonal cocktails. Hang out at the bar with a super mug and a grilled black bean burger with a side of fries, all of which will only set you back about $16 and will definitely get you feeling sufficiently drunk and satiated.
Bayou Bakery offers $4 bites, like chips and dip and candied spiced pecans between 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Monday Through Friday. You can also grab a mug of Abita beer on tap for $4 daily or a pitcher for $15 on Friday nights. Come between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. daily for buy one get one free on all remaining pastries. Nothing goes together quite like beer and croissants.
Definitely make it a point to stop by Crave in Bethesda this week for amazing food and drink deals. From drink deals under $6 and food deals under $7, you’ll go for the drinks and stay for the food. Grab some truffle parmesan fries, chips and guac, sushi and wash it all down with $5 well drinks or $4 draft beer. Happy hour is 4:00 p.m.- 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and all day Sunday. That means you can get day drunk on Sunday to prepare yourself responsibly for work on Monday.
Maybe tapas and sangria are more your speed. Jaleo offers their sangria hour deals every day from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Choose some $4 or $5 tapas, such as pan de cristal with tomatoes and manchego cheese or some endive salad and wash it all down with a $5 glass of sangria. Gather up some coworkers or friends and share a $25 pitcher of sangria. Happy hour is the perfect time to check out some of José Andrés’ culinary delights.