Happy Hours Downtown LA DTLA
Ah, Happy Hour. For some, it’s a way to connect with co-workers over a couple drinks. For others, it’s the closest thing to a real tradition they have. Either way, Downtown LA is among the best places to get your fill of discounted drinks and eats. From newer Downtown additions, to long-standing favorites, the following are our picks for five Happy Hours to check out!
Every Day (4PM-7PM)
$1 Off All Drafts ?
$2 Off Micheladas & House Wines ?
$11 Beer And Sandwich Combo ?
Located on Broadway at the end of the block from Grand Central Market, this 70’s-inspired bar is a straightforward locale for a no frills, after-work hangout. The small, cozy, basement like interior is meticulously decorated with mid-century furnishings, from the wood-paneled bar, to the quirky wallpaper. The happy hour at Bernadette’s is solid.
Weekdays 3PM- 7PM
$6 French Dip Sliders ?
$9 Manhattans ?
$6 Craft Beer, Old Fashions, And Well Drinks ?
We recommend the Spicy Pickleback Shot ?
It’s almost impossible to not include this iconic L.A. bar on any nightlife list. For over a century, Cole’s has been a cool, dark bar that has delighted Angelenos with their tasty sandwiches and classic drink selection. Most famous for their French Dip, of which they claim to be the originators of, this bar offers bargain deals for their iconic fare.
Everyday 3:30PM – 7:00PM
$3 Oysters ?
$8 Craft Beer & House Cocktails ?
Select Menu Item Discounts ?
Located on Bunker Hill in Downtown Los Angeles, walking distance from MOCA, Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Broad Museum, Pez Cantina is a sustainable Coastal Mexican-style restaurant and bar serving the freshest sea-to-land dishes in an oasis-type atmosphere. More than just a corporate hang-out, they offer fresh food , and given the area, it’s all pretty affordable.
Brack Shop Tavern
Brack Shop Tavern
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Sundays (3PM-7PM)
$5 Beer Specials ?
Cocktails From $6-$9 ?
Food Special: Mole Tacos, Falafel Sliders, & Roasted Pork Empanadas ?
Built for sports fans with a refined drinking palette, Brack Shop Tavern serves elevated game-day bites, in a cool, dark atmosphere. With ample TVs and a full game room with vintage arcade games and ping-pong, Brack Shop is unlike the average sports bar. Boasting a vast craft beer list and a classic cocktail program, it’s the perfect place so share a conversation with a friend or enjoy watching your favorite team play.
Monday – Friday 5:30PM-7:00PM
$5 Beer ?
$4 Tequila Or Mezcal ?
$6 Wine ?
This upscale Mexican eatery has seen its popularity rise since an appearance from Anthony Bourdain on an episode of Parts Unknown. Chef Ray Garcia has crafted one the most respected and distinct menus in Downtown, with bold yet refined flavors accenting each dish. Preparations demonstrate elements of long-established tradition, while finished dishes are showcased with modern appeal. Luckily, the happy hour menu at Broken Spanish offers delight at a price anyone can enjoy.