It’s not that difficult to find a good happy hour in Seattle. In this list, you’ll find new and not-so-new restaurants that offer happy hour. Here are five that you can catch and enjoy:
Happy hours are open from 2-7pm daily. The Diller Room has that downtown happy hour vibe: polished wood bar and leather booths making your work attire not feeling out of place. They offer cheap food items from their menu like a $6 pepperoni pizza or $6 BLT sliders. Their draft pints are only at $4 while wines and well drinks are priced at $5.
Happy hours are from 3-7pm on weekdays at Café Hitchcock. They are considered as among the best and inexpensive places to get a bite and drink in the neighbourhood. It is also among the most hashtagable places. They offer $5 shot of bourbon and a Rainer, $6 glass of rose brut, $5 avocado toast, and $7 charred Brussel sprouts with cranberries and bleu cheese and if you are hungry, you can try their delicious Cubano sandwich for only $9.
Happy hours are from 4-7pm on weekdays at Mr. West. They offer a variety of light and shareable things that you want to eat during happy hours like chips, cheese, charcuterie, almonds, pickles, and olives. The hours are good and their deals are enticing. However, their main attractions are their solid wine list and knock $10 off the bottles and $2 off glasses during happy hour.
Happy hours at Jarrbar are from 4– 6 pm and 10 pm– 2 am Monday through Saturday and all day during Sundays. They are located at Western Avenue and the place has an intense late-night happy hour vibe. JarrBar is famous for their tinned fish and cured meats and cheeses. Their menu is simple, with $2 marinated olives; $6 cured Spanish meats; $4 house Sherries, draft beer, or cider; and $6 shot and a beer.
Zig Zag Cafe
Happy hours are from 5-7pm. Yes, their happy hour only runs for two hours; however, its later slant makes it ideal for 9-to-5′ers to grab one of their heavily discounted drinks. Their house cocktails are priced at $4, but Zig Zag is quite known for their martini, Manhattan for $8 each. You can get an $8 Manhattan at different happy hour places, but Zig Zags venerated craft will make you want for more. Zig Zag café is just across the street from JarrBar.