Las Vegas Happy Hour? Yes, please. Here are current The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Happy Hour deals. While you’re getting ready for your trip to Las Vegas and planning what to pack, you may want to figure out where you’re going to drink for less.
Several people left comments on my Cosmopolitan Las Vegas walkthrough video with questions about the Cocktail Hour deals. Because of the pandemic, Las Vegas bar and restaurant hours are constantly changing I decided to create a separate video and post about the Happy Hour deals at The Cosmopolitan.
Instead of buying your booze from CVS or Walgreens and drinking in your hotel room, live it up and go to the Cosmo for Happy Hour.
You’ll save big on drinks and food at nine of Cosmopolitan Las Vegas restaurants during Cocktail Hour.
At Momofuku, you’ll enjoy $8 small plates and drinks during Happy Hour from 5 pm to 7 pm Friday through Monday.
Pro-tip: Buy and entree and get a free bottle of wine on Monday and Tuesday at Momofuku.
The reopened Jaleo offers a Happy Hour from 5 pm to 7 pm Wednesday through Saturday. Choose from $5 tapas, beer or sangria for $6, Spanish Bramble cocktail and glasses of wine for $8.
Pro-tip: Staying for dinner? Come on Wednesday night and save 50% on bottles of wine.
Las Vegas Locals buy a tapa and get a free glass of sangria or beer.
STK has Happy Hour deals from 4 pm to 6 pm Monday through Thursday and from 2 pm to 5 pm Friday through Sunday. Treat yourself to $9.50 cocktails, $10 glasses of wine, and $7 shared plates.
Pro-tip: The best deal on STK’s Cocktail Hour menus is the Miso glazed Chilean sea bass. During Happy Hour you only pay $7 instead of $58.
On Wednesday and Thursday you get a free bottle of wine when you buy an entrée.
Happy Hour at Blue Ribbon is from 5 pm to 7 pm Friday through Tuesday. Deals include appetizer discounts, $7 beers, $12 glasses of wine, and $8 desserts.
Pro-tip: You get a free bottle of wine on Monday and Tuesday when you purchase an entrée.
At China Poblano, you can enjoy $5 beers, $10 margaritas including their Salt Air Margarita, and 7 wontons for $6.88 wontons during Happy Hour from 5 pm to 6 pm Friday through Tuesday
Pro-tip: Sunday through Tuesday Las Vegas locals get a free Salt Air or Classic Margarita when they buy the Chef’s tasting Menu.
Holsteins offers Cocktail Hour specials in their lounge from 3 pm to 9:30 pm on Monday and from 3 pm to 7 pm Wednesday through Sunday.
You’ll enjoy Happy Hour deals like $9 glasses of wine, $11 appetizers, $12 cocktails, and a carafe of mojitos for $18.
Pro-tip: Holsteins reopens on Wednesday, February 24.
Beauty & Essex
Beauty & Essex offers their signature cocktails for buy one, get one from 6 pm to 7 pm on Wednesday and Thursday.
Scarpetta, recently reopened, has Happy Hour specials of appetizers and pasta for $7 and beer and wines for $8 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm Friday through Tuesday.
Pro-tip: Purchase an entree on Monday and Tuesday and get a free bottle of wine.
Happy Hour at Zuma includes $14 cocktails and $2 off select appetizers and entrees from 5:30 pm to 7 pm Friday through Sunday.
The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Happy Hour deals are available at nine restaurants. These Cocktail Hour specials are current. But hours and specials are changing week by week so be sure to check out The Cosmopolitan website for the latest Happy Hour offers.
Which of The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Happy Hour deals are you going to try?
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