As part of Washington Wine Month the Pan Pacific Hotel bar is touting an extended, 4-to-8 happy hour on Tuesdays along with a tasting where you can mingle with the makers from Treveri Cellars, Sonoris Wines, Sleight of Hand Cellars, and more.
When Thaiku made the move to Phinney Ridge, the Thai eatery brought resident bar Fu Kun Wu with it. And with Fu Kun Wu comes herbal, apothecary-themed cocktails—some of them with libido-enchancing qualities—that are marked down $2 between 4 and 6. Gahp glam, or pub grub, is also discounted along with beer.
Happy hour isn't new at Bea, but the menu is. Doses of comfort food come in the form of a daily soup, roasted brussels sprouts, apple fritters, and grilled cheese slathered with tomato jam, all $4 or $5. Cocktails and glasses of wine are $5. At the bar only from 5 to 6, Tuesday through Sunday.
Nacho Tuesday is back at the SoDo taproom, and though the occasion isn't relegated to happy hour (it's an all-day thing, the latter happens from 2:30-5:30) the prices are still cheapy: A vegetarian version is $7; piled on pulled pork and it's $10.
Von's 1000 Spirits Gusto Bistro
The reboot of the erstwhile Von's on Pine Street has a rebooted, supersized menu to match, a sliver of which is discounted daily starting at 4. Food is half off (that puts a burger on buttered brioche at $4.50) while drinks top out at $5.