Sure, there are many classic restaurants and bars to grab a happy hour drink in Miami, but for those looking to mix up the routine a bit, below is a slew of brand-new happy hour offerings to enjoy in the Magic City. From epic slices of pizza at a severe discount to an array of crowd-friendly two-for-one specials and everything in between, here are the 15 most notable new happy hours to try this month.Read More
Miami’s 15 Hottest New Happy Hours
The latest places in Miami to eat and drink on the cheap
The New Schnitzel House
Schnitzel House has debuted its “Schnitzy’s Many Happy Hours,” offering an array of discounted beverages to toast the workday’s end—or its late-night wind-down. Available Monday through Friday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and again daily from 10:30 p.m. to close, the happy hour menu features $9 glasses of wine, $8 classic cocktails, and $6 options for both wells and beers. The full dinner menu is also available during these hours for those looking to pair their drinks with a meal or snack.
At Branja, go retro during its happy hour, available Tuesday to Friday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sip on a selection of $10 signature cocktails such as Spicy Rituals, Nana Spritz, and Aphrodita, alongside $8 classic drinks, $9 select wines, and $5 beer. Complement your drinks with various bites, including a $11 artisanal bread and dip spread, $7 falafish, $9 fish and bread, $8 lunchero empanadas, and $5 calimero potatoes.
Tacombi has introduced two-for-one tacos during its happy hour every weekday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at its Design District location. Dine on tacos filled with proteins like al pastor, black bean and sweet potato, and crispy fish, all for under $7, and wash it all back with drink specials like $9 margaritas and $5 Micheladas.
Michelin-starred, Korean steakhouse favorite Cote has launched its first-ever happy hour. Available daily from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., it offers wines by the glass, specialty Miami-inspired cocktails, and small bites for $8.88 each. The menu highlights lobster fritters, Korean bacon, and rice cake gnocchi, all meant to pair with cocktails like the Vice City, a martini made with Grey Goose, Bombay Sapphire, Noilly Pratt, and St. Germain.
STK recently introduced a late-night happy hour every Sunday to Thursday from 10 p.m. until close featuring $3 to $9 bites like oysters and beef tartare and $9 cocktails such as the Cucumber Stiletto and Strawberry Cobbler.
After an extended hiatus, Mignonette’s happy hour is back every weekday from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Guests can sip on $6 draft beers and $9 pours of Portuguese, French, and Italian wines while dining on discounted menu favorites like clams casino, lobster deviled eggs, and, of course, plenty of oysters.
The Drexel now offers a special Sundowner Happy Hour, every weekday from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. and weekends from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., featuring $10 cocktails, wine, and appetizers, alongside $5 beers. Sip on cocktails like the Greek Goddess or the Drexel Margarita while indulging in Mediterranean-inspired bites—from Italian fennel sausage with homemade mustard to Margherita pizzettas. The views are pretty hard to beat, too.
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Downtown Miami’s newest cocktail bar now features happy hour. From Wednesday to Friday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. guests sip on classic cocktails like cosmopolitans, margaritas, and negronis, along with bar bites like pretzels and a cheese board, for $10 each.
Happy hour, but make it reversed. The new restaurant by the Urbanica Hotels team offers a late-night happy hour nightly from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. where guests can enjoy $7 glasses of Pinot Grigio, Montepulciano, and Las Perdices Extra Brut; $7 margarita; $5 Peroni, and $9 house cocktails.
Perched among Brickell’s towering skyscrapers, Rosa Sky offers an exciting rooftop lounge experience. Happy hour, running Tuesday to Saturday from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., features a variety of offerings, from Rosé Wine & sparkling specials, $10 select specialty cocktails, liquor, and bites, to $5 select draft beer. Complement your drink with a diverse range of bites such as pao de queijo, Cuban cigars, black bean queso dip, and buffalo chicken empanadas, each priced at $10.
Calle Dragones Miami
At this Cuban cabaret, every Wednesday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., guests can stop by for happy hour to enjoy bites such as empanadillas de lechón, papas bravas, and kimchi rice spring rolls for $6, or Chinese pork belly and maduros for $8. To drink? Think $6 Stella Artois, $7 wines or $8 cocktails like the mojito and margarita.
Sexy Fish Miami
Sexy Fish Miami has launched its “Vinyl Voyage” happy hour, offering five $12 cocktails and bites every weekday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Against a backdrop of vinyl sounds, the menu includes dishes like the Sexy Fish croquette and toro caviar maki, alongside cocktails ranging from the fruity Making Waves to the tangy A Drop in the Ocean.
Fi’lia’s newly launched Aperitivo Hour offers daily deals from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., yes, including the weekends. Dine on discounted dishes like bruschetta and meatballs, washed back by $9 cocktails and wines, $8 spritzes, and $4 beers.
Motek Coral Gables - Mediterranean Restaurant
Every Monday through Friday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., Israeli Mediterranean hotspot Motek offers guests half-priced cocktails and select wines along with a selection of house favorite dishes priced at $5. Motek’s happy hour menu includes cocktails by Bar Lab and a selection of dishes from hot and cold mezze to half sandwiches with items including hummus tehina, Moroccan cigars, falafel pita, and chicken shawarma. (Available at the Aventura and Coral Gables locations.)
Rusty Pelican - Miami
Famous for its sparkling views of the Miami skyline, this longstanding seafood spot now offers happy hour every Monday through Thursday from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Sip on $8 select cocktails and dine on half-off food items such as the calamari, crab cakes, and chilled oysters.