The urban village of Camelback East flaunts an array of dining options from taco joints to fine dining and everything in the middle. The culture of this unique area offers something for everyone in every mood and for any occasion. That being said, we’ve created this cocktail (pun intended) of happy hours from every category so that you can find your Best Happy Hour in Phoenix, right now. Cheers!!
Happy Hours: Everyday 2:30 – 6:30 p.m.
If you’ve tried Stingray’s sushi, you’ll understand why Stingray Sushi’s happy hour is raved about among restaurant-goers everywhere. Half-priced specialty drinks, Kirin, glasses of wine, and drafts deliciously compliment equally-priced appetizers, house maki, and $2 Tacos
Biltmore Fashion Park, 2502 E Camelback Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85016 | 602.955.2008 | StingraySushi.com
Happy Hours: Monday – Friday 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Mouthwatering urban cuisine tastes even better when it’s generous to your bank account. When it comes to selection, The Vig’s happy hour menu leaves no room for disappointment.
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6015 N 16th St (at Bethany Home Rd), Phoenix, AZ 85016 | 602.633.1187 | theVig.us
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4041 N 40th St (at Indian School), Phoenix, AZ 85018 | 602.553.7227 | theVig.us.
Half Moon Windy City Sports Grill
Happy Hours: Monday – Friday 3 p.m. – 7 p.m. & Reverse HH everyday 10 p.m. – close
This happy hour is all about the drinks! With the exception of $5 personal pizzas and starters. Come enjoy $3 domestics and $4 premium drafts and bottles, Prohibition cocktails are just 5 bucks and wines and well are only $3. Reverse HH features well drinks and Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey for $3 and large pizzas for only $8 until 2 a.m. All of this accompanied by an array of HiDef Tv’s for your sports and viewing pleasure.
Happy Hours: Everyday until 8 p.m.
Come for the drinks at this non-restaurant where you’ll sip on $5 glasses of wine and $5 specialty and $3 craft beers. The knowledgeable bartender of this local family-owned joint will introduce you to beers and wines to make the senses tingle and the mouth water.
Craft Beef and Wine Joint
1612 E Bethany Home Rd.. Phoenix, AZ 85016 | 602.633.2134 | theWhiningPig.com
Happy Hours: Monday – Friday 3:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Saturday – Sunday noon – 5 p.m. (at the bar only)
Come here to savor small plate selections like oysters, blackened fish tacos, beef sliders, Thai chili wings, grilled artichoke, and baked crab dip all for $10 and under. $3 Coronas, $4 drafts, and Moscow Mules, Pilikia Margaritas, and Dark & Stormys for just $5. Bluewater’s HH menu lists a grand selection of sushi as well.
Fresh Seafood Restaurant
1720 East Camelback Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85016| 602.277.3474 | BluewaterGrill.com.
Happy Hours: Monday – Friday 3:30 – 6:30
Happy Hour food wasn’t intended to be this good. Dine on $5 caprese, bruschetta, calamari, sausage and peppers, garlic basil mussels, citrus white anchovies, and beef carpaccio. $3 draft Stella Artois, Blue Moon, and Anchor Steams, $5 well drinks and glasses of vino, or select bottles for $20.
Fine Dining, Family, Italian Restaurant
3159 E Lincoln Dr. Phoenix, AZ 85016 (32nd Street) | 602.381.3159 | LamoreItalianRestaurant.com
“Martini” Happy Hours: Monday – Friday 4 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Donovan’s takes HH to the next level with their “Create your own Happy Hour Invitations” (see example image on the left). Martini Hour at Donovan’s means martinis, signature cocktails, and the best beef money can buy for a lot less, well, money. If that doesn’t sound good enough, complimentary mini USDA prime steak filet sandwiches are served at the bar from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. M-F. Prime beef cheeseburgers are $14, full-size prime steak sandwiches for $12, Cajun beef and steakhouse sandwiches are just $10, and Signature cocktails are $9.
Fine Dining Steakhouse
3101 East Camelback Rd. Phoenix, Arizona 85016 | 602.955.3666 | DonovansSteakhouse.com
We hope you find this article useful and come back as we will continue to add to is as we discover more of the best happy hours in Phoenix.