Welcome daylight savings the right way by hitting up some of the best happy hours in the city when the sun is still shining. Enjoy tasty libations at some of the most alluring settings with your close friends and family. It’s always 5 o’clock somewhere right?
Mondrian South Beach
Have a refreshing sunset sangria at Mondrian’s new Mediterranean inspired restaurant, La Savina. Sangrias are half off and drinks are 2-for-1 Monday to Friday from 5-7 pm. This Sunday, the Mondrian is launching a brand new Poolside lineup to showcase their remodeled pool area, which includes a lovely new wooden deck, grass lawn, comfy daybeds, and additional seating areas surrounding the pool. Catch the Miami sunset with a drink in hand while taking in some of the best views in the city.
Tongue & Cheek
Tongue & Cheek by chef Jamie DeRosa is located on bustling Washington Avenue. Happy hour is offered Tuesday through Sunday from 6-8 pm. Small bites such as beef cheek sliders and poutine topped with braised brisket start at just $2. Chef Jamie DeRosa offers a nightly family meal, which includes old school soda pop, an entrée, sides, and dessert served at the bar for $10. Throw in a few $4 beers or $8 cocktails and Tongue & Cheek is definitely happy hour heaven for all.
Cecconi’s Miami Beach
In the courtyard of Soho Beach House you’ll find a true Italian classic, Cecconi’s. Cecconi’s happy hour is happening this Thursday, March 12 from 4-7pm. It is sure to make guests very happy. There will be complimentary Estrella Damm and Truffle Arancini served off of chef Sergio’s Aperitivo menu. To complete this Thursday Funday there will also be a live jazz performance. Drink and dance responsibly.
EDGE Steak & Bar
This trendy restaurant and bar is located in the opulent Four Seasons Hotel Miami. At EDGE happy hour is a daily ritual taking place from 4-7 pm. You can indulge in 2-for-1 small bites from the bar menu, or go for the $1 surf and turf bites like fresh oysters and tender steak skewers. All draft beer, signature cocktails, and wines are 50% off. EDGE is the ideal spot to wind down after work or to welcome the weekend the way it deserves to be welcomed.
Michael Mina 74
Michael Mina 74 at the iconic Fontainebleau Miami Beach, is taking happy hour to new heights with the all new “Social Hour”. This small plate restaurant features a superb cocktail program. Sip on some of their specially priced barrel-aged cocktails or choose from any of their classic libations. Complimentary bites by Chef de Cuisine Thomas Griese (recently named one of Zagat’s 30 under 30) are provided nightly from 6-8 pm. Wines by the glass are just $8 and beers on tap are $5. Bottoms up!