If you’ve ever wondered which happy hours you’re missing almost entirely while you’re at work until 5:00 p.m. or later, wonder no more! Labor Day is a day to celebrate the number one reason you drink (your job, probably), and now you can enjoy those early bird happy hours that you may miss while in the office. Checkout this lineup of happy hours you can day drink at on a Monday.
Happy hour at Cantina Maria begins daily before the clock even strikes noon. Going from 11:30 a.m. to close, you can expect a different lineup of happy hour deals every day, like $3 Tecate cans, $5 Yuengling pints, and varying food specials as well. On Labor Day Cantina Marina will be closing at 10:00 p.m., meaning that you have a full 10 and a half hours to get day drunk (and night drunk) on your day off.
Finally, a place where you can grab a late lunch on your day off and just keep eating and drinking for hours with a sweet, sweet discount. Evo Bistro has an extensive food menu with over 20 different tapas options ranging from $4 to $9 a plate. Grab all your work friends (or not) and head over to Evo for butternut squash ravioli, parmesan truffle fries, and patatas bravas. Wash down your feast with some discounted glasses of wine and champagne.
With first come first serve bar seating only for happy hour, Labor Day is your chance to make it before it fills up. With $4 bottles and drafts, $6 glasses of wine, and $7 craft cocktails, there is truly something for everyone. Don’t forget to grab some Mediterranean snacks while you’re there. Happy hour begins at 3:00 p.m. and ends at 7:00 p.m., a perfect time frame for Agora to become your new happy hour spot after work and on your days off.
After preparing all weekend for you Labor Day happy hour extravaganza, you can rise early and head to Acadiana for their weekday happy hour, which begins at 11:30 a.m. Best of all, every drink on the happy hour menu is $5, including their seven craft cocktails. Start your morning off right with a Basil Belle made from Tanqueray, lime, soda water, a splash of simple syrup, and lots of muddled fresh basil leaves. Maybe a refreshing wild strawberry cosmo is more your speed. Either way, you can find and enjoy it all at Acadiana’s early happy hour.
Duke’s offers a stellar weekday happy hour from noon to 7:00 p.m. Check out $5 beers, wines, and well liquors across the board ranging from domestic brews to foreign favorites plus a wide range of worldly wines. Swing by on your day off for some tasty English lunch fare and an afternoon of day drinking before the reality of work on Tuesday sets in.