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While it gets tougher and tougher to find a good deal on the Strip, Downtown Las Vegas stands ready to welcome value-focused visitors with open arms. Resort fees downtown pack a lesser punch, parking is cheaper and food/drinks tend to be a better deal.
Where can you find a cheap drink or cocktail downtown? We thought we would compile a list of our top happy hours and all day values on or near Fremont Street.
Triple 7 Brewery at Main Street Station: Triple 7 serves $2 16 oz. / $3 24 oz. Craft Beers as part of their happy hour which runs Mon- Fri from 3-6 pm and again from 11 pm – 3 am. Additionally offered are $4 cocktails, $3 Jag shots, and food deals.
Banger Brewing: The downtown brewery offers $5 draft beer from 6 pm – 9 pm Monday and Tuesday and both 1 pm – 3 pm and 9 pm – 11 pm happy hour windows. The first shot at the deal is from 1-3 pm and the second is 9-11 pm.
Pizza Rock at Downtown Grand: The pizza place we deemed the best in Vegas runs happy hour Monday through Friday from 3 pm – 6 pm. Cheap drinks offered include $4 well drinks and $4 24 oz. cans of PBR and Miller Lite draft beer.
Triple George at Downtown Grand: Happy hour at Triple George runs from 3-6 pm Mon-Fri featuring $5 draft beers, wine, and well drinks.
Mickie Finnz: Deals during Mickie Finnz 4 pm – 7 pm happy hour include $5 Coors Light/well drinks, house wine, and margaritas Monday through Friday.
Filament Bar at Fremont: Along with a unique “lighting” themed ambiance, Filament serves up $3 Heineken, Heineken Light, Corona, and Corona Light in bottles around the clock.
Grotto at Golden Nugget: Happy hour at Grotto runs from 4 pm – 6 pm Saturday and Sunday. Deals include $5 beer options, $6 wine, and $8 signature cocktails.
Chicago Brewing Company at 4 Queens: Living up to the value proposition that 4 Queens is celebrated for, Chicago Brewing offers $2 off draft beers, and 50% off house wine/well drinks daily from 4-7 pm and Sun-Thu from 11 pm-1 am. Also offered are solid food options such as $3 garlic knots and a $6 10″ thin crust pizza.
Cadillac Mexican & Tequila’s at Golden Nugget: Happy hour runs from 4-7 pm Mon through Fri and features $4 domestic beers/$5 well drinks and margaritas in addition to craft beer/food options.
Red Sushi at Golden Nugget: A unique twist on happy hour downtown Las Vegas, Red Sushi serves sake bombs for $4, sparkling sake for $6, and a skinny saketini rom 4-6 pm daily.
Parlour Bar at El Cortez: Happy hour deals run daily from 4-6 pm and features $5 appetizers, $3 Draft Bud Light and $5 Tito’s/Jameson cocktails.
Hennessey’s Tavern: serves up $5 23 oz Coors Light and select cocktails from 4-7 pm Monday through Thursday as part of their happy hour. Select appetizers are also only $6 during that timeframe.
Bin 702: Located in the Downtown Container Park, Bin 702 runs a daily happy hour from 3 pm – 6 pm which features $5 local pints, $6 well drinks, $7 wine, and $20 wine bottles. Stick around afterward to watch the praying mantis fire show at the entrance of the Container Park!
Nacho Daddy: A daily happy hour with select drink deals is offered Monday – Friday from 3 pm – 6 pm.
The Underground Speakeasy: A unique speakeasy experience at the Mob Museum, a happy hour is offered Sunday – Thursday from 5 pm – 7 pm and offers guests $2 off all beer, wine, and cocktails. The typical sticker price of a drink ranges from $6 (beer) to $10 – $15 for cocktails and wine. While not the cheapest drink on Fremont Street, it’s pretty cool. More on how to get into the Mob Museum speakeasy here.
Lastly, and least glamorous: The cheapest beers you’ll find on Fremont Street can be had at one of the convenience/gift stores in the area. Pick up tall 16 or 24 oz. can for $2-$3 bucks and take it to go.
Just note that due to different open container laws downtown vs. the Strip, open containers technically need to be purchased from a Fremont Street bar and be in a plastic cup. According to the rules, you are not supposed to buy a can of beer and crack it open to go.
In our experience, however, walking with an open can of beer doesn’t usually get you into hot water if you are not being obnoxious.