Happy Hour

This Week in Happy Hour: Late Night Edition

Because you’re just not ready to go home yet.

By Cassie Sawyer October 17, 2013

Now this is last call done right...or totally wrong, depending on how you feel the next day.

We’ve all been there: Your brain tells you it’s time to go home, but the booze tells you to have one more. These happy hours cater to those late night bar goers who are not quite ready for bed yet—squeezing in a burger and one more drink before last call.

The Tin Table
This Capitol Hill bistro on the second floor of the Oddfellows building does happy hour until 1am Tuesday through Thursdays, and on Sundays. Shoestring frites with truffle salt for $3, arugula salad with minted stone fruit and marcona almonds for $6, and a "floozy" burger with caramelized onions, bacon, and cheddar cheese for $10 all sound like tasty late night treats. House wines are $5 a glass and $16 a bottle, and it's $2 off specialty cocktails.    

Pie Bar
All Pie Bar pie and drink pairings are $3 off from 5 to 7pm and 11pm to 1am Sunday through Thursday. Seasonal pumpkin pie with a matching pumpkin white Russian “pietini” and cherry rhubarb a la mode along side a Tieton Cider are some of the sweet options. Soon Ballard will be getting in on some late night pie business too, as the twin sister owners just announced that they plan to open a second shop next year.

Right off the Harbor Steps you can get happy hour until 1am every night. There’s an early run from 3 to 6pm, and again starting at 10pm on Sunday through Thursday and 11pm on Friday and Saturday. A grilled sardine tartine, steamed manila clams, beef short ribs with pickled beets, seared pork belly on ciabatta, and spaetzle with brown butter and pecorino all come in at under $8. Drink specials range from $3 to $5—with a select beer, cocktail, and wine pours.

13 Coins
To quote Ted Mosby on How I Met Your Mother, “Nothing good happens after 2am.” But at 13 Coins, they don’t follow that motto. It’s open 24 hours, and with happy hour until last call every night. Well drinks are $4, it’s a dollar off draft and bottled beer, and select wines are $5.50. Pair those with a classic shrimp cocktail, baked Brie, or fried zucchini, and hey, maybe we’ll prove Mr. Mosby wrong? 


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