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5 Favorite Happy Hours in the Heights

I love happy hours. Like, who doesn’t? Drinking, deals, and getting home early! I’ve been itching to do another happy hour roundup, but I was overwhelmed by how many favorites I have all across Houston. So, I’m going to do a roundup of roundups — up first is the Heights!

Did I miss your fave? Tell me in the comments where you love to eat, drink, and be merry after work!

Check out these Houston Heights happy hours:

Eight Row Flint

Eight Row Flint

I don’t even need to look up the deals for this spot — that’s how often I frequent. $3 tacos (brussel sprouts and pork are my faves), $6 cocktails (not the full menu, but the margs, the mule, and the old fashioned are), $7 wines, and $3 beers. The drinks part of the happy hour is ALL DAY (and night!) on Wednesdays. The usual HH is Monday to Friday from 3 to 6 pm. More.


Brunch at BCK

Tuesday-Saturday (oh heck yes) from 3 to 6 pm*, you can get $7 cocktails, $5 well drinks, $2.50 Miller High Life, $3 Lone Star, $5 apps, and $2.50 duck tacos. Love this spot for brunch for sure, but HH on their BRAND NEW PATIO is a great plan too. More.

*The picture is old! HH now goes to 6 pm.

The Barking Pig

Noisy Water Winery

This might be my best kept secret suggestion. Happy hour goes until 7 pm Tuesday through Friday BUT ALSO all day on Monday. They have $15 bottle wines (or $5 a glass or $18 house carafes), which is what I usually opt for. Sangria is $5, frozen drinks are $6, well drinks are $4, and it’s 50 cents off all beer. No food on HH, but it’s pretty affordable. I usually split a pizza and some fries for a grand total of like $12. More.

King’s Bierhaus


We got 5 reasons to go happy hour at Kings.

  1. 5 days a week — Monday through Friday from to 3 to 6 pm.
  2. $5 Haus cocktails — lavender marg or the strawberry mojito
  3. $5 bites — pretzel or deviled eggs.
  4. $5 Haus wines
  5. $5 signature drafts

Field and Tides

Monday through Saturday from 4 to 7 pm, get $7 cocktails, $5 draft beer, and bites from $4 (like their pimento cheese balls which are so good) to $11. A dozen gulf oysters are $10! More.

The alternates:

  • Dish Society: I like the Heights location best, but this deal is at all locations around town. 3:30 to 6:30 pm with $15 bottles of wine, $3-$6 beers, $6 cocktails and $5-$6 plates. More.
  • Local Foods: Same thing — not Heights specific but I do love them. From 5 to 7 pm every day, get $3 off cocktails, $1 off all beer, and $7 glass, $14 half carafe, and $26 full carafe wine (white, red, rosé, or sparkling). No food deals.
  • Postino: OK, so not a happy hour, but great deals! Before 5 pm DAILY (yes, even weekends), they have beer pitchers (3 beers) for $5 or $5 glasses of any wines ($15 for the whole bottle). No food deals or anything before 5 pm, but on Mondays and Tuesdays after 8 pm, you can get a bruschetta board and a bottle for $25.

One thought on “5 Favorite Happy Hours in the Heights

  1. Do you ladies know any hot spots in North West Houston or Cypress area? I’m afraid most locations and events you feature are sooo far out!

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