18 Places to Get Deals on Happy Hour Cocktails in Toronto

Whether you’re looking to sit back with a cold beer or caress your taste buds with a cocktail there’s definitely a deal waiting somewhere in the 6ix just for you.
18 Places to Get Deals on Happy Hour Cocktails in Toronto

If a long day of work gets you baked, don’t let your appetite for booze break the bank. Happy Hour drink deals that are friendly on your wallet can be found all over the city!

Whether you’re looking to sit back with a cold pint of beer, caress your taste buds with a cocktail, or wet your palette with some wine, there’s definitely a deal waiting somewhere in the 6ix just for you.

Stay thirsty my friends, and check out 16 places to get deals on Happy Hour drinks in Toronto below…

The Home of the Brave

589 King St W, 2nd Floor

If BBQ, fried chicken, and cheap drinks are the way to your heart, then you’re going to want to check out The Home of the Brave’s Power Hour, Monday to Friday from 5 pm to 7 pm. Mugs of beer and pickle backs are a mere $5, old fashions are $9, or if you’re in the mood for some vino, bottles go for half price. #Swoon

The Citizen

522 King St W
The popular King Street joint and social house is a good place to perch if you’re craving some beer to fuel your Happy Hour mood. From 5 pm to 7 pm on Tuesday to Friday, satisfy your thirst with a number of draught beers for $5, along with house wine or bar rail mixed drinks for the same price.

Los Colibris

220 King Street West

Los Colibris, the authentic Mexican restaurant by Elia Herrera at King and University, will be offering a new wine deal every Wednesday. All bottles will be 40% off, which means you can splurge one that extra taco you’ve been eyeing on the menu.


93 Ossington Ave

Sometimes it’s nice to feel a little bougie; it’s an even nicer feeling when being fancy doesn’t cost a lot. Join Boehmer for Happy Hour every Wednesday to Saturday from 4 pm to 6 pm for $5 pints of Hogtown Ale and $9 featured glasses of wine. Plus, oysters are also on for $2 – start slurping!

Assembly Chef’s Hall

111 Richmond St W

From Monday to Friday between 11:30-4:00 pm stop by Assembly Chef’s Hall and enjoy a $5 Stiegl. And if you’re looking to distress after work, Assembly Chef’s Hall also offers special deals on a variety of drinks, including Sangria, Patio Frosé and other fun summery sips from 4 pm – 6 pm.

Beast Restaurant

96 Tecumseth St

If the food here doesn’t make you go into a full-on beast mode, the Beast 120 happy hour specials will. You’ll be clocking down $5 wine, sake, beer, and house cocktails faster than you thought possible. Not to mention they also have a $5 snack menu because all those drinks will work up your appetite.


5 Mercer St

One look at this Mexican restaurant and its Happy Hour deals and you’ll be in the mood for a full-on fiesta. Happening daily from 3 pm to 6 pm, score Spearhead pints, margaritas, and tequila shots for $5.50. Before you know it, you’ll be feeling boozy AF – oops! #SorryNotSorry


633 King St W

In true Italian fashion, rather than calling it Happy Hour, Oretta calls it Aperitivo Hour and the menu doesn’t disappoint. Every weekday from 4 pm to 7 pm, grab a variety of tasty finger foods, along with several drink options for $5, $7, or $9. Who doesn’t love having more than one choice?!

Grace O’ Malley’s

14 Duncan St

If saving your dime is on the top of your list, Grace O’Malley’s is the place for you. Happy Hour deals are hella cheap, with $4 drink specials from 4 pm to 7 pm on Monday to Friday. Also known as their Social Hour, it’s the perfect place to unwind, grab a drink, and watch some sports.

Wide Open

139A Spadina Ave

The decently priced watering hole on Spadina Ave has a different deal every day of the week, but their Happy Hour special on Thursdays from 5 pm to 8 pm is by far the best. Get drinks for only $2.75 (no joke)! As they rightfully say on their website, “no one tops this sh*t in the city – NO ONE!”

AGO Bistro

317 Dundas St W

Art lovers have even more reason to rejoice because the AGO Bistro offers a Cinq-a-Sept Happy Hour menu from 4 pm to 7 pm on Tuesday to Saturday. Get yourself cultured with some art and then swing by for bites starting at $5, the featured cocktail and wines for $9, as well as Local beer for $7.

Bar Neon

1226 Bloor St W

Drink your fill and get shucking at Bar Neon every day between 5 pm to 7 pm: buck-a-shuck oysters are paired with $5 pints for their Happy Hour special. By the time you roll out and call it a night, you’ll be totally stuffed and satisfied – there’s no doubt about it.

The Comrade

758 Queen St E

Bar Neon isn’t your only go-to for cheap drinks and endless oysters – The Comrade features $2 oysters, select $10 cocktails and $8 wines by the glass, plus $6 Henderson’s draught. Gobble this deal up on weekdays from 5:30 pm to 7 pm, and if you’re in the mood for more food, try their legendary prime rib house burger.

Death & Taxes

758 Queen St W

Formerly The Beaconsfield, Death Taxes is one of Queen West’s newer and budding spots. From Monday to Friday grab $5 single rail high balls, or if you’re feeling a little more classy, select classic cocktails go for $8. Complimentary free people-watching comes along with the drinks.

DW Alexander

19 Church St

This rustic speakeasy located in the St. Lawrence Market area is situated inside a 19th century-warehouse. Grab a $9 cocktail or $7 pint to fit the mood from Tuesday to Friday between 5 pm and 7 pm. Alternatively, if you’re looking to treat yourself, get half-priced bottles of wine on Thursdays and Fridays.

Liberty Commons

42 Liberty St

The chill bbq joint and brewhouse is one of the most popular spots to grab Happy Hour specials in and around the Liberty Village area. Sip on their house lager for only $4.50, or opt for something a little more fancy like their $7 Pimm’s Cups, $8 summer sangria, or $7 red or white feature wines. Deals are on during weekdays from 5 pm to 7 pm.

Luma Restaurant

350 King St W, 2nd Floor

Who needs Happy Hour when you can have Magic Hour every day of the week from 4 pm to 9 pm at Luma Restaurant located above the TIFF Bell Lightbox? $6 martinis or manhattans go back easy, but if you’re not a fan of the hard stuff, they also have pints of cold and refreshing Grolsch for just $6.

Prohibition Gastrohouse

696 Queen St E

Eastenders is in for a treat during Happy Hour, or Hooch Hour as Prohibition Gastrohouse calls it! Daily from 4 pm to 7 pm all their bar rails and beers, along with their special Hooch-only wines go for $6.50 a piece. Different than your standard bar rails, Hooch Hour only serves premium booze too, so you’re definitely getting a great deal here.

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