Patio happy hour is an everyday kind of thing in Vegas

It’s always patio season in Las Vegas. If it’s hot, we provide shade and misters. If it’s “cold” (that’s a joke) we provide fire pits and heaters. So don’t go pulling out your book of excuses when we invite you out to these patio happy hours, because it isn’t going to work. These are some of the best deals Las Vegas has to offer when it comes to consuming sweet libations. After all, drinking is an everyday occasion and when you add a patio view to the mix and great deals, there’s no saying no. It’s 5 o’clock somewhere and the alcohol isn’t going to drink itself. So pull up a chair and enjoy our amazing weather with these great happy hour deals.

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Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro at The Palazzo Las Vegas

You don’t have to be sloppy every time you leave happy hour. Drink in style and watch the “common” folk meander the Strip at Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro inside The Palazzo. The patio is right along Las Vegas Blvd so instead of people watching you become a hot mess, you get a bird’s-eye view of their stumbling mess. So make sure to ask for a table by the ledge and let the free entertainment begin. From 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. enjoy two-for-one signature cocktails, wines and draft beer. With that much time on your hands, you’ll have plenty to see. So order a drink, put your pinky up and be the classy broad you are.

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Tom’s Urban at New York – New York

With anything in life, it’s always better if it’s a competition. Beat the Clock Happy Hour at Tom’s Urban inside New York – New York is a race against time. And on that note, this happy hour is the only race you’ll ever see us in. Starting at 4 p.m. they have $4 bites and brews with the price raising a dollar every hour until 7 p.m. So, head out to the patio with your friends and see how much you can scarf down and chug within each hour. After a few brews, you’ll notice that the restaurant is smack dab in the middle of the Strip, which means…you’ll have the “Wal-Mart” of people watching. Say hello to one of the best happy hours along with the cheapest bill you’ll ever see.

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Brooklyn Bowl at The LINQ Promenade

Being the Entertainment Capital of the World, it only makes sense to put one of the best happy hours on the Strip at a concert venue. Brooklyn Bowl at The LINQ Promenade does happy hour from 5 to 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. to close every single night. And instead of having to pick from a select few items, all the drinks and appetizers are half-priced. So it doesn’t matter if you get a little fancy with the top-shelf cocktails, it’s still half the cost. Yeah, it might not be the best spot to people watch, but you can enjoy the great outdoors and listen to live music without bringing your ear plugs. Don’t judge, some of us have sensitive wittle ears.

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Chateau Nightclub at Paris Las Vegas

Forget happy hour, we’re ready for power hour at Chateau Nightclub under Eiffel Tower in the Paris. You don’t come to Vegas to have a few drinks and go to bed early. You’re in Sin City, baby and it’s time to let the inner wild child out. Every Thursday from 10:30 p.m. to midnight you’ll have the chance to start your night off the right way with $3 beers and cocktails. If you’ve ever been to a nightclub in Vegas, you know that the drinks can sometimes break the bank. So, when you tell us we can get drinks for only three bucks, you best believe we’ll be pounding them down faster than a jack hammer to concrete.

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MR CHOW at Caesars Palace

Do what the Romans do, or in this case drink where the Romans drink. Look, we understand Mr. Chow’s is a high-end Chinese restaurant, but you have to think of the big picture, dude. It’s inside Caesars Palace, where Caesar really did live (wink), and their patio happy hour overlooks the Garden of the Gods pool deck. So, it’s totally where the Romans would hang out. And from 5 to 7 p.m. that’s where you’ll be hanging out with your favorite people because it’s half off all drinks and select bites. So instead of wasting away at a bar where peasants get wasted, drink like a God at this classy Las Vegas restaurant instead.

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I’m sexy, I’m cute, I’m popular to boot…oh wait, this isn’t the intro to Bring It On. Hi, my name is Shaun and I’m a walking ‘90s cliché. Born and raised in Vegas, I’ve seen more casino implosions than most. You could call me an O.G. Vegas native because I’ve been here longer than Celine Dion (and that’s long). The ever changing scene keeps me on my toes and I’m always looking for those hole-in-the-wall experiences most veteran visitors don’t have till their 10th trip. If this were a superhero movie, I’d be the perfect sidekick during your Vegas vacay – you brought your tights, right? Let’s conquer this city, who’s with me?