Best Happy Hours For Food Lovers in Los Angeles

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With regards to nibbles and beverages at marked down costs in Los Angeles, you may need to skirt the clock. Be that as it may, you positively don't need to trade off on quality, on account of the extensive variety of first class eateries with party time deals. Here are the best places in L.A. to score some delightful charge at incredible esteems.

Frida Americana
Our beautiful bar is always a happening spot, especially for sporting events and happy hour with its six large flat screen televisions. In fact, we have patrons come to Frida from all over Los Angeles for happy hour. Our drink menu includes a complete line of tequilas, spirits, beers and wine. During happy hour, our specialty cocktails like mojitos and martinis are customer favorites, while our margaritas are acclaimed for their size and taste. In addition to stellar cocktails, we have a variety of tacos, nachos, and other appetizers on our happy hour menu. Held everyday from 3p.m - 7 p.m, Sunday to Thursday 9 p.m – 10 p.m and Friday to Saturday 10 p.m – 11 p.m.

Cole's
Cole's, the landmark Downtown L.A. restaurant that claims - along with rival Phillipe's - to be the originator of the French Dip, offers numerous happy hours in its famed Red Car Bar. The best one is all day and night on Tuesday. An extended happy hour is featured Monday through Friday, 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. There's also a late night happy hour Sunday-Wednesday from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Cliff's Edge
It's always a good time to visit this Silver Lake hidden gem, with its rustic interior bar and charming covered patio, but visiting on Thursdays for their Oyster Happy Hour is as good a time as any. Oysters are only $1 each from 6-7 p.m. and bartender specials are offered all night.

Petrossian Restaurant & Boutique
It doesn't get more high end than a restaurant focused on caviar, and we're all the luckier for the fact that Petrossian features a weekday happy hour in their boutique and patio. Visitors get to experience bites like Caviar Deviled Eggs ($10), Croque Madame ($16) and even Caviar for Two ($49) which includes 30g Classic Transmontanus and two glasses of champagne or two flutes of vodka. Speaking of which, don't miss the with a Caviartini compressed caviar cube, caviar-stuffed olive and a cocktail onion. Happy hour is available Monday-Friday from 4-7 p.m.


Loteria Grill - Downtown LA
"Fiesta Hour" is the time to be at the Downtown L.A. location of Jimmy Shaw's Loteria Grill, located at FIGat7th. Held everyday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., it's a generous timeframe to enjoy appetizers that are priced at $6 and drinks from $5 - $8. Choose from chicanitas; quesadillas filled with Oaxaca-Jack cheese, then topped with guacamole and Pico de Gallo; nachos; a variety of ceviches; and a taco platter.


Tavern
The culinary institution known as Tavern has expanded its happy hour in the Blue Room to a daily feature, and Brentwood revelers are all the happier for it. Bites such as Suzanne Goin's hallmark bacon-wrapped dates start at only $4, while others such as Lamb Meatballs with Currants, Pine Nuts and Feta are $13. A trio of burgers, including the Pork, Pork, Pork with Romesco & Manchego with fries, arugula salad or onion rings run $15 each. Don't forget a glass of wine selected by Caroline Styne ($6) and/or a garden-forward cocktail by Christiaan Rollich ($10). You can also keep it simple with a beer on draft ($4) or well cocktail ($8).

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