The Week in Happy Hour: a Smorgasbord at the Armory, Brass Tacks
Plus: beers aplenty at Yard House, a Golden Beetle birthday.
The happy hours are coming fast and furious—and that's not even counting the ones at oyster bars. To keep tabs on all of them, Sauced will post a semi-regular rundown of the latest deals and discounts.
Every third Thursday from 5 to 8, Seattle Center's kickass food court organizes a smorgasbord among various vendors, the first of which happens this month. On tap are enticing prices from the likes of Pie, Mod Pizza, Bigfood, and Skillet, whose $5 menu includes hot wings, pulled pork fritters, popcorn chicken, and more. Mini golf, giant Jenga, giveaways, and a bean bag lounge lend cred to the evening's name: Seattle’s Best Damn Happy Hour.
Take your pick at Airport Way's new food and drink hub, an offshoot of Ground Control coffee shop. Rainier tall boys are $1; well cocktails run you $3 and signature ones are double that. Wine and champagne is $4, all food is $1 off, and there's a Painted Hill burger for $8. When? Tuesday through Friday between 4 and 6.
The downtown office set has a bona fide beer destination now that the California chain is open on Fourth Street between Pike and Pine. Find 130 taps, a handful of which are discounted during the weekday happy hour between 3 and 6. Select appetizers are half off, and another round of happy happens Sunday through Wednesday 10 to close.