Vancouver Cheap Eats: Happy Hour

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Drink specials, good company, and cheap food. Isn’t that what life’s about? After a long day of school or work, you deserve to relax and get your Happy Hour on. This week, Vancity Buzz and ChowMeNow are sharing 5 spots in Vancouver to grab Happy Hour deals for $5 or less.

Joe Fortes

Everyday from 4-6 pm, Joe Fortes boasts some pretty awesome Happy Hour specials. From their “Buck a Shuck” Oysters to their Onion Rings and Truffle Parmesan fries, grab a rooftop patio seat and dig in.

Address: 777 Thurlow Street
Phone: 604-669-1940
Website: Joe Fortes on ChowMeNow

The Harrow

Every day from 3-6 pm they offer a $5 food menu. Get Sweet Chili Chicken, Calamari, Panko Crusted Prawns, Potato Skins, Wings, Pizza and even a Burger for $5! We’ll see you there.

Address: 850 Thurlow Street
Phone: 604-563-7773
Website: The Harrow on ChowMeNow

Jimmy’s Taphouse

Head to Jimmy’s from 3pm-6pm for half-off appies. That means that you can score dishes like their Chili Chicken, Steak & Mushroom Bites, Deep Fried Pickles and Poutine, all for $5 or less!

Address: 425 Robson Street
Phone: 604-689-2827
Website: Jimmy’s Taphouse on ChowMeNow

The Flying Pig

Beet & Bresaola Salad, Shortrib Croquettes, House Salmon Sampler and their famous Truffle Mac & Cheese are all $5 each when chowed down during 4-6pm.

Address: 1168 Hamilton Street, Yaletown
Phone: 604-568-1344
Website: The Flying Pig on ChowMeNow

Earls

Happy Hour at Earls takes place in the lounge every day from 3-6pm. Enjoy favourites like the Los Cabos Chicken Tacos for $4.50 or the Tuna Tostadas for $2.

Address: 1185 Robson Street
Phone: 604-669-0020
Website: Earls on ChowMeNow

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