April 2, 2015

Where to go for Happy Hour in Miami

Wherever you land in Miami there’s always a drink special being offered. Happy Hours are a hot commodity for restaurants and hotels in South Florida. More often than not there are some great steals and deals to be had during the witching hours of 4-7pm. Drink specials and discounted bar menus are alive and well running up and down the coastline from Aventura to South Miami. Because the lists are getting longer we given certain city’s their own Happy Hour page where you’ll have to click to view the list.

Note: This listing was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. We update this information regularly and try to remain as current as possible, however, people, places and menus change often; Please be sure to confirm all prices and details directly with the venue before visiting any of these establishments. If we’ve missed a happy hour send us an email and we’ll check it out.

Where to go for Happy Hour in Midtown, Wynwood and the Design District click here to view the list

Where to go for Happy Hour in Coral Gables and Happy Hour in Coconut Grove click here to view the list

Where to go for Happy Hour in Miami Beach click here to view the list

Where to go for Happy Hour in Downtown Miami and Brickell click here to view the list

Where to go for Happy Hour on Key Biscayne

Rusty Pelican Key Biscyane Happy Hour, Monday-Friday from 4-7pm. 3201 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne

Where to go for Happy Hour in Aventura and Happy Hour in North Miami

St. Regis Bar & Wine Vault offers a variety of specialty cocktails and a light menu.  Monday – Sunday, Noon – 1:00 a.m. 9703 Collins Avenue, Bal Harbour

Bourbon Steak Monday – Friday 5 to 8 p.m. Located at Turnberry Isle Resort & Club at 19999 West Country Club Drive, Aventura.

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  1. Lee

    What about West Kendall anda. S. Dade? My fave is Bonefish Grill which has just redone it’s entire bar area. There’s also Bahama Breeze; On The Border; Blue Martini; Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza. In Homestead Portofino Coal Fired Pizza has an awesome happy hour (lasts all day long 2 for 1 drink specials!) and Ruby Tuesday has a great happy hour for an oldie but goodie. How ’bout extending reviews and suggestions to our neighborhoods?

  2. Great round up of places for happy hour!

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