Happy Hour

The Week in Happy Hour: a Smorgasbord at the Armory, Brass Tacks

Plus: beers aplenty at Yard House, a Golden Beetle birthday.

By Christopher Werner February 13, 2013

Your options are many at the Armory happy hour.

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.

The Armory
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. 

Brass Tacks
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.

Golden Beetle
Maria Hines's Mediterranean outpost turns two on February 18, an occasion for happy hour if any. That night the deals—including a $5 food menu and $7 cocktails—will roll until 8pm.

Yard House
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.

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