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Updated Ultimate Guide to Happy Hours

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by westie, Feb 28, 2013.

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  1. westie

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    Hmmmmm...

    I wish it had a way to sort by area...
     
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    It's on a map, just zoom in. There you have it, by area and you can see where as well.
     
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    Thanks as always westie:beer:
     
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    Once again they leave off one of the best deals in LV - the C-Bar at Stratosphere .

    $20 for a 4-hour happy hour (one of the longest in LV) every night 5-9 pm. All you can drink Margaritas, beer, and Martinis.

    Bill
     
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    I'd like to mention that Brio at Town Square has a great happy hour. Mixed drinks are $5, beers are cheaper than that. And the food is great! For $3.95 per item, you can choose from beef carpaccio, a burger and chips, fried shirmp, flatbreads, etc.

    The carpaccio is definitely the best item on the happy hour menu. The eggplant and shrimp dish is also excellent (a bit small, but packs a flavor punch).
     
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    This is just beyond words for me. Thanks for this. I compiled a list of my own at one point, and it was so much work to put it all together! This is going to save so much time. On my most recent trip, my group stuck to mostly happy hour eating, and to our surprise, not only did we survive off of it, we enjoyed the hell out of some great food and drinks that left us with extra money to lose on the casino floors. :rolleyes2:
     
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    the bar at the sportsbook at the venetian has a early and late happy hour with beers for 2.50. not sure of exact times buy normal price is like 6.00, they have signs at bar showing prices and times.
     
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