Best Happy Hours in Old Town Scottsdale

Looking for an after work refreshment? Or maybe just a place to relax with your friends and grab a few bites? Then look no further. We’re dishing about all the top hot spots to flock to in Old Town for discounted sips and fare almost every day of the week.

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Searsucker Scottsdale

Searsucker

Patrons may come for the sophisticated and welcoming atmosphere but they stay for the unique libations and delicious eats. Every weeknight from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Searsucker, lead bartender Chris Rouns is mixing up cocktails infused with fresh ingredients all for just $6. The restaurant also pours $4 beers and $5 red and white wines. And, if you’re hungry enjoy bites like the $9 Rocky Point shrimp cocktail and $7 Sierra Nevada beer battered corn dog and tater tots from the restaurants diverse happy hour menu.
For more information, visit searsucker.com.

Virtù Honest Craft

Nestled in Scottsdale’s Bespoke Inn is Virtu Honest Craft—Old Town’s newest home for an intimate happy hour or what the restaurant calls “outspoken hour.” Tuesday through Saturday from 4 to 6 p.m., patrons can enjoy a combination of traditional Mediterranean style dishes infused with modern American flare, all for under $6. And drink aficionados need not worry – Virtú offers an array of seasonal cocktails all for $6. For more information, visit virtuscottsdale.com.

Kelly’s at Southbridge

It’s hard to talk about happy hour in Old Town and not mention Kelly’s at Southbridge. The restaurant located at Sixth Avenue at Stetson Drive has quickly become a hot spot amongst restaurant aficionados in Old Town. Between their relaxed atmosphere, great ambiance and amazing food, it’s no wonder people have fallen in love with this place. Every weeknight from 3 to 7 p.m., patrons can enjoy half off all Kelly’s signature cocktails, $4 well drinks and $2 off select glasses of wine. For beer lovers—sip on your favorite cold one for under $5. And when you start to get hungry—receive half off select starter items like the popular roasted fingerling potatoes or fried calamari.
For more information, visit kellysatsouthbridge.com.

Ra Sushi

Ra Sushi is anything but your run-of-the-mill sushi joint. There seven hour happy hour sets them apart from other Old Town hot spots. Monday through Saturday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. and the then 10 p.m. to midnight, patrons can kick back and enjoy select cold beers, wine, sake and signature cocktails available, all under $8. And that’s not even the best part. Ra also offers a large selection of appetizer items and sushi–like the Viva Las Vegas Roll, Tootsy Maki and Shrimp Tempura Roll–all ranging from $2 to $7.
For more information, visit rasushi.com.

Hi Fi Kitchen and Cocktails

With a name like Hi Fi, it’s pretty much guaranteed that the experience will be like no other. Located right in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale, Hi Fi Kitchen is the perfect spot to unwind after a long day and enjoy great food, loud music and even louder drink options. Weeknight from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., Hi Fi offers small bites like seasoned fries, sliders and hummus all under $6. And if you’re in the mood to drink, Hi Fi has you covered. Enjoy $2 off drafts, crafts and wines by the glass or sip one of their famous adult milkshakes. That’s right! Patrons can choose from over ten different milkshakes options from the Irish Car Bomb to Rumple Minze Pattie all under $10.
For more information, visit hifibars.com.

RnR

A good happy hour must be wallet friendly and that is certainly the case with this hip Old Town eatery. RnR offers daily happy hour specials from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. with an extended happy hour occurring Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 7 p.m. to close. Offerings include $5.99 dirty chips, animal fries, ahi tacos, veggie tacos and RnR sliders. And if your thirsty—enjoy half off your favorite draft beer, well, all wine or their RnR Margarita.
For more information, visit rnrscottsdale.com

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