You’re on vacation, enjoying the wonderfully common June sunshine in the city of Scottsdale, so things could be worse. Just for the sake of argument, however, let’s pretend that your trip hits a bump in the road, perhaps even literally. Maybe that bump in the road gives the car a flat. That’ll bum out even the happiest of the happy-go-lucky. How do you get your happy back when you visit Scottsdale? The city’s wide selection of happy hours is decent place to start.
$2 Taco Tuesdays & Thursdays – Technically, this isn’t a happy hour. Still, it’s $2 tacos! T. Cook’s slings out the grub starting at 5 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday, and the special goes until midnight. The tacos change frequently, but recent creations include honey-baked ham with a Waldorf slaw and a spiced lamb taco with goat feta and red onions. Take a moment to wipe the drool off of your keyboard.
Happy Hour at Jimmy Woo’s – Feel more like sushi than tacos? No problem. On weekdays from 3-7 p.m., Jimmy Woo’s goes half-price on house sushi rolls. Oh, and half-price on all appetizers. Oh, and half-price on all drinks. Jimmy doesn’t mess around.
Eddie’s House Happy Hour – If your crew isn’t feeling like tacos or sushi when you visit Scottsdale, how about a Mediterranean menu? Seven days a week from 4-10 p.m., Eddie’s House offers discounted prices on a ridiculously wide selection of food and drink.
Happy Hour 2-3-4 at Narcisse – Let’s not pretend that the city of Scottsdale is any different from every other city in America as far as one aspect of happy hour is concerned. For some, it’s all about the drink. For those folks, it’s all about the Narcisse Champagne & Tea Lounge. Every Tuesday through Friday from 4-8 p.m., enjoy $2 domestic beers, $4 bubbles by the glass and $5 Ultimat Vodka drinks.
When you visit Scottsdale armed with a list of fantastic happy hours like this one, bumps in the road (whether literal or figurative) can’t ruin your trip. The city of Scottsdale has got your back with delicious food and drink on the cheap. Flat tires and flat moods just don’t stand a chance against $2 domestic beers, $2 tacos or half-price sushi, right? Oops, you’re drooling again.