Happy Hours are a great way to experience good food and drink without breaking the bank or stuffing yourself on a dinner buffet. On my December trip, we hit 5 happy hours. Here's some details on three of them. CHART HOUSE (Golden Nugget) 4-6 MONDAY - FRIDAY http://www.chart-house.com/menus_pdf/CHLV_happ.pdf Chart House offers one of my all time favorite Happy Hours. The Servings are big, the setting excellent, and the food is delicious. Chart House $4.00 Martini--It wasn't a Bombay Sapphire, but still pretty good! Chart House: Mediterranean Chicken Pita. Grilled branzino herb chicken, shaved lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, tzatziki sauceShrimp Chart House: Fish Taco. Blackened mahi, warm tortilla, cabbage, Jack cheese, pico de gallo,ranch dressing All three including Prime Rib Sliders with caramelized onions, Jack cheese, horseradish sauce CENTER CUT STEAKHOUSE (Flamingo) 5-7 Daily + 9-10 Late Night. Center Cut Happy hour was surprisingly excellent. From the $5.00 Premium Cocktails to each small plate...this one really shines! https://www.caesars.com/content/dam/flv/Dining/Upscale/Center Cut Steakhouse/center_cut_happy_hour.pdf Center Cut: Dirty Spiced Fries. BBQ brisket, jalapeño, queso and a fried egg. Center Cut: Center Cut Sesame Beef Skewers with pickled shitake salad Center Cut. Wagyu Sliders with aged white cheddar cheese,caramelized shallot and brioche Center Cut: Gimlet with Tanguery Ten and fresh lime juice REDWOOD GRILL (California) 4-6 Daily. Another surprisingly good Happy Hour. http://static.boydgaming.net/california/media/downloads/BOYD-ST-RedwoodSocialMenu.pdf Redwood Grill: Prime Rib Dips and House Made Chips. Shaved prime rib, caraway rye rolls, horseradish cream. House made potato chips, Maui onion & Big Island BBQ dip I also had the $7.00 Hendrick’s Cucumber Tonic...Hendrick’s gin, cucumber, St. Germain, Elderflower, tonic water..A refrishing Gin and Tonic.