Happy Hours on the Westside with Free/Cheap food?
Border Grill has a great happy hour. Those corn tamales, sweet potato fries and quesadillas mixed with margaritas and mojitos. What more could you ask for after a hard day at work? Also, you can order from the full lunch or dinner menu from the bar. Great spot with good food and very friendly service.
Brennan's - all apps 1/2 off 5-7pm
Busby's - all apps 1/2 off 4-7pm
La Vecchia - either free or discounted food at the bar, not sure which... 5-7pm
The Arsenal - haven't been in over a year, but last time I was there, they had all the food discounted before 7pm, it's really yummy food too especially the sliders
4089 Lincoln Blvd, Marina Del Rey, CA 90292
Busby's Restaurant Bar
3110 Santa Monica Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90404
La Vecchia Cucina Restaurante
2654 Main Street, Santa Monica, CA 90405
12008 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064
I think Rockewagner and The Continental are both closed. And Warszawa definitely has happy hour, but I thought that it was only specials on drinks and same goes for Cabo Cantina. But if it's on food too, I'm so there! (As I re-read this, I'm a little ashamed how much I know about happy hours)
Not Mentioned so Far (I think?):
The Galley - Steak & Seafood - Santa Monica
1/2 off all " * " bar menu items, i.e. Fish-n-Chips would be $4.50. Everyday 5 -6:30 with a $4 drink minimum:
Pacific Dinning Car - American - Santa Monica
All apps FREE, well at least 3 of them, M-F 4 to 7. The catch Drinks are reg. price, but they absorb the sales tax, & reg price won't be cheap; however, if you can sip just one for a while and discreetly pig-out sort of ......
El Texate - Oxacan - Santa Monica
M-F, Time ?, 1/2 off drinks, $3 Beer, $3.75 Margartias & Mojitos, small Taquitos $1. Sundays - 10 oz. Margarita $2.75 2 to 5.
Later Night Happy Hour:
Matteo's - Cozy Old World Frank Sinatra Big Red Booth Italian - Westwood
M-F, 9-11, Apps $2 to $5, $3 Wine & Beer, Well Drinks 1/2 off.
Yes, if when reading the posed question it's apparent that the OP is just being downright LAZY and expects, in a demanding sort of way, others to labor on their behalf!!!
Example - A simple trip to Mr. Google reveals that an enterprising UCLA student/employee (?) has compiled the following:
I believe there's 53 listings there, not all westside. Whether they're up-to-date is another manner. How about a few more:
Westwood Brewing Co. - Guess where - greasy spoon student bar food.
M-F all beers (15 approx. on draft), 14 -16 oz. (depending on whether it's served in glass or plastic) $3.00 and about 8 apps 1/2 price anytime before 6 p.m.: otherwise, 1 beer of the month at $3.00 all day every day. BTW, they have a small outdoor patio in the middle that's packed by 6:00 most days.
Rusty's Surf Ranch - Big American Chain Want-to-be - Santa Monica Pier
The food is probably poor at best, but how can they screw up a bottle of beer unless it's too warm...
Enterprise Fish Co. - Fishy stuff - Venice
They have been placing newspaper ads for decades. IMO, a bad sign where a place needs to advertise for customers unless it's for something like a 50 year anniversary something-or-other. Anyways, the biggest happy hour menu I've seen:
Matrix - Tex-Mex - Santa Monica Canyon
Just another gringo-ized watering hole with free chips & salsa. But bring your own hot sauce as they left it out of theirs...
Union Cattle Co. - Western or Texan (you make the call) - Hermosa Beach
Voted best L.A. Happy Hour by AOL readers, whatever distinction that's worth? But they don't mention what it is on their website?
BAD HAPPY HOUR WARNING - Tengu - Sushi/Japanese - Westwood Village
Worst happy hour value-to-money-wise I've tried!! 1/2 off some sushi rolls, 1/2 off some way over priced apps, No sushi discounts, and NO drinks discount, i.e., Japanese Beers $5 for 12 oz., and $9 for 22+ oz. 100 feet west is Isshin which sells the same for $3 & $5!
CHEAP FOOD & DRINK ALERT - Mura - Sushi - Westwood Village
When they opened in June I posted about their 50% off deal for 1 week before trying it (they did extend it for 1 week more). A couple of people tried it and if I can briefly recap - SUSHI average to bad and some ROLLS o.k. to good with some saying yuk, I'll never go back. I went twice and agree with those assessments!
However, 2 Saturdays ago I passed by at 8:30 and there were TWO diners inside. 8 days ago, a Friday, ZERO dinners at 7:45. Yesterday, they had a sandwich board on the sidewalk avertising a couple of good deals, like all-you-can-eat on Saturdays, and a ??% discount other days (don't remember). Scary part is if they have no customers, what are they doing with the leftover fish at closing time??????? Strategy - call and ask what the deals are, they're so desperate for customers they might change weekly, and think along ordering beer & saki, rolls ?, and non-fish items. IMO, they're just desperatly trying to hang on till that huge new apartment complex going up 12 inches away starts moving in people 12/07.
1071 Glendon Ave., (310) 208-8640
New Uber-Luxury Apartment complex going up:
BEST HAPPY DEAL ANYWHERE ? - Sepi's - Student Dive = Sports, Sandwiches and Beer - 100 feet from SW-ish corner of UCLA.
Most current UCLA students would kill me for posting this (but since I went to SC, what do I care?). At 8:00 p.m. Tuesdays, 4 on Tap Beers are $.25 for the first 75+ people, thereafter they're $1.25. There's usually a line out the door at 7:57. . 10968 Le Conte Ave., (310) 208-7171
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