Notable Happy Hours: The Park in Las Vegas

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By H. Wadowski

Located between New York-New York and Monte Carlo, The Park isn’t just a convenient place to eat dinner before seeing an event at T-Mobile Arena. This outdoor dining and entertainment destination is also a great place to socialize with friends, thanks to several palate and pocketbook-pleasing happy hours close by.

BEERHAUS AT THE PARK

The perfect place to unwind with a couple of beers, this laid-back American beer hall offers happy hour daily from 2 to 6 p.m. Guests can enjoy select 16-ounce draft beers for just $4 with options that change weekly, as well as $4 orders of Hand-Cut Fries served with a beer cheese dip. Additionally, three types of sausages, like the succulent Beerhaus Brat topped with IPA cheddarwurst, smoked bacon and onion jam, are available during happy hour and again from 10 p.m. to close, for $4 each. theparkvegas.com/en/restaurants/beerhaus.html

SAKE ROK LAS VEGAS AT THE PARK

Offered daily from 3 to 6 p.m., the happy hour at this Japanese eatery is sure to put a smile on the face of even the most discerning diner. Boasting a variety of starter dishes, sushi rolls and small plates ranging in price from $3 to $13, as well as several items intended for larger groups, menu options include such flavorful dishes as the Crispy Rice topped with spicy tuna, serrano peppers, coriander and ponzu, and the Edamame ROK seasoned with Asian garlic butter and chilies. The Berkshire Pork Dumplings, grilled on one side, are another must. Guests can wash everything down with half-price well, draught and frozen drinks—try the frozen piña colada mix with rum.sakeroklv.com

TOM’S URBAN AT NEW YORK-NEW YORK

This lively tavern is sure to have something for everyone during its Beat the Clock happy hour. Guests can enjoy an extensive menu of $4 bites and $5 beverages—including 37 draft brews—from 4 to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, with prices that raise a dollar every hour until 7 p.m. Then, starting at 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, happy hour items drop a dollar every hour until 2 a.m., with prices starting at $6 for bites and $7 for drinks. Options include tasty brews like the gluten-free Wyder’s Prickly Pineapple Hard Cider, as well as delicious dishes like the Crispy Brussels Sprouts and Mahi-Mahi Urban Street Tacos. tomsurban.com 

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