Group of friends enjoying happy hour in Las Vegas.

When people visit Las Vegas, they usually want to hit all the hot spots on the Strip. And while the big names may seem like the place to party, Las Vegas locals know happy hour is where it’s at. All around Vegas, you can find great deals on appetizers, drinks, and many other specials – as long as you know where to look!

We’ve made the ultimate guide of how to enjoy happy hour Las Vegas like a local, including where to go, what to order, and how to save a buck here and there (to spend at the casino, of course!).

Hank’s Fine Steaks & Martinis

During peak dinner hours, Hank’s is a swanky spot where you can get top-notch steaks and drinks. But, from 4pm-7pm, Hank’s offers one of Las Vegas’ best happy hours with half-price martinis and a special, gourmet appetizer menu. Locals love the French onion soup, beef sliders, oysters, and lobster rolls. And of course, you can never go wrong with half-price martinis with any liquor of your choice!

View of dining area of Hanks located at Green Valley Ranch, Henderson. attribute:

Sushi Roku

At Sushi Roku’s happy hour, you get it all! The restaurant includes $6 well drinks, $5 beer and wine, and $3 sake on their happy hour menu. When it comes to food, you can choose from $4 hand rolls or $6 cut rolls. If you aren’t a sushi-lover or are in the mood for something new, check out their ribeye-wrapped asparagus, donut holes, or chocolate volcano cake, all on the happy hour menu, too!

Top of the World

Top of the World is the restaurant located at the very top of the Stratosphere and features views of the Las Vegas Strip from 800 feet high! With a view like this, you would think that the restaurant would only offer expensive dishes, but locals can get in for happy hour at a fraction of the normal prices. And, Top of the World has two happy hours, one from 4pm-7pm and one from 10:30pm-4am! During the first, you can expect half price appetizers and 2-for-1 cocktails, and at the second you will see half price appetizers from 10:30pm-1am and 2-for-1 cocktails from 1am-4am (views included).

View from dining area at Top of the World, located at the Stratosphere.attribute:

The Golden Tiki

The Golden Tiki in Las Vegas has an interesting happy hour, as they have their food catered in from another establishment. That being said, included in happy hour is all-you-can-eat appetizers like spring rolls and chicken wings! Pair that with a $5 Mai Tai and you have yourself a tropical storm of deliciousness. Buffets and alcohol, two things that the city does best, especially when it comes to the best happy hours in Las Vegas.

FIZZ at Caesars Palace

Who knew that you can find a killer drink deal right on the Strip? At FIZZ, located in Caesars Palace, you can score bottomless champagne for only $36. Bottomless Bubbles, as FIZZ calls it, runs Sunday through Thursday from 6-8pm or 8-10pm (you choose your two-hour window) and on Friday and Saturday from 5:30-7:30pm or 7:30-9:30pm. During happy hour, FIZZ also has $8 appetizers, $7 well cocktails, $6 house champagne, and $5 beers (Sunday-Thursday, 6pm-9pm). Pop the bubbly and get your Vegas party started with this sparkling happy hour!

View of dining area at FIZZ located at Caesars Palace.attribute:

Blue Martini Lounge

Blue Martini is known as “the exclusively chic, upscale lounge and live entertainment ‘locals bar’” according to their website, and there’s a reason why this spot is a favorite! Their list of martinis is unprecedented and includes concoctions like Strawberry Basil, Raspberry Sage, Starburst, and Cinnamon Toast Crunch! Come during happy hour, which is from 4pm-7pm every night of the week, for discounted drinks and half-priced eats. Plus, enjoy complimentary martini tasting to find your favorite!

The Leatherneck Club

The Leatherneck Club in Las Vegas doesn’t have the glitz and glam of some of the iconic spots, but it does honor the Marine Corps and other military members all day, every day! Guests can view memorabilia dating back to World War I and the brotherly camaraderie is one of the most special things about this bar. Oh, and their happy hour, which includes a make-your-own taco cart, with the first two being free! Check their Facebook Page for updates on happy hour, as this local bar is always doing specials and events.

You don’t always have to pay an arm and a leg for a good drink in Vegas, especially if you know where to look. Locals know all the best happy hours in Las Vegas, and now you can too! And after you score a deal or two, keep the party going at Tahiti Village, the perfect after-hours hangout!