‘Happy Hour’ in Manhattan doesn’t fall short of the term “happy”. The only thing that can make this utopian island even more glamorous is a half off drink. Long day at the office? Planning a casual date? Girl time? Happy hour is the answer to all of these questions and we’ll even tell you where to go. Check out our favorite Manhattan locations!
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The Black Ant — 60 2nd Avenue
La Hormiga Negra, or Black Ant, knows what’s good with its happy hour dishes. The only thing that makes your $7 guava margarita more delicious is their discounted fish tacos and mouth watering take on guacamole.
Local 92 — 92 2nd Avenue
There aren’t many things we would rather do than sit outside on a sunny day in the East Village with a cocktail in our hand. This Israeli cuisine inspired restaurant is penciled into our calendars with all-day Monday happy hours!
Amelie — 22 West 8th Street
Even though happy hour at Amelie Wine Bar is only a mere two hours, its delicately prepared French dishes make the trip worthwhile, let alone their huge variety of wines from all over the world.
Ten Degrees — 121 St Marks Place
This East Village gem prides itself on their superb cocktail list and 2-4-1 happy hour. Don’t be fooled by the slow start, Ten Degrees get’s poppin’ around 6:30. Try and score a seat on the comfy couches near the floor to ceiling windows!
Verlaine — 110 Rivington Street, LES
Verlaine earns its spot as one of our faves with its unnaturally long happy hour from 5 to 10pm! The lack of light and outside seating doesn’t bother us when lychee martinis come at $6 and we get to stuff our faces with Asian fusion dishes.
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Schiller’s Liquor Bar — 131 Rivington Street
Offering breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner, this Michelin guide recommended restaurant doesn’t fail to satisfy our happy hour needs. The bistro-style ambiance and half priced drinks are definitely a must-try.
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Goodnight Sonny — 134 1st Avenue
There are few drinks in this city that come close to Goodnight Sonny’s house-made cocktails. Their “Lavender of Love” takes home the gold with its basil and sea salt tang. To sweeten the deal they even offer a diverse selection of one dollar happy hour oysters.
El Camion — 194 Avenue A
The guac portion may look a little small but you can get your margaritas pretty grande. If you’re looking for a quiet place, El Camion isn’t for you. The casual and lively atmosphere pair perfectly with some girl-time.
Yours in Style,
Lauren Cecchi New York Team
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