Town Square Las Vegas Shopping Center bills itself as an outdoor shopping, dining and entertainment destination. I’d like to take that one step further; Town Square Las Vegas — an outdoor shopping, dining, entertainment and Happy Hour destination. Yes… Happy Hour Destination! Whether relaxing after work or grabbing a small bite to eat with family and friends, Town Square has a Happy Hour for all taste. In fact, you can go to a different Happy Hour everyday of the week and still not sample them all. More than 7 different restaurants and bars with Happy Hours all at one convenient Las Vegas location.
Most of the Happy Hours at Town Square Las Vegas run the traditional Monday — Friday but a couple such as Tommy Bahamas Tropical Cafe are 7 days a week. Some are available only at the bar while others are offered restaurant wide and on their outdoor patios. Most start by 4pm and a few such as Yard House and Brio Tuscan Grill start at 3pm. The Grape Wine Bar & Bistro runs from 4pm — 7pm and Bar Louie offers half priced appetizers, $3 drafts, $4 wines by the glass and $5 martinis. Most end between 6pm and 7pm but Cadillac Ranch and Blue Martini extend theirs to 8pm. Some also offer late night or reverse Happy Hour in addition to their normal times like Kabuki Japanese Restaurant’s Sunday – Thursday, 8:00pm — close drink specials. Anyone for Happy Hour Hopping? Claim Jumper Restaurant also offers the same weekday Happy Hour Menu during football games all day Sunday starting at 11am in the saloon.
Each place features their own unique Happy Hour Specials and what they all have in common is great deals, great surroundings and all at Town Square Las Vegas. Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza recently opened and two more restaurants and lounges are to make their debuts later this year. They are Cana Tapas Kitchen & Bar and Nu Sanctuary Lounge. I’m sure we’ll have even more Happy Hours to partake in.
Las Vegas Happy Hour Menus and times can and do change without notice. Some restaurants change menus by the season and some rarely change at all. Some prefer to offer a changing variety of appetizer and drink specials and others change times and specials based on business. I always suggest calling ahead if you would be disappointed if a restaurant or bar changed their promotions.
Town Square is located on Las Vegas Blvd. near the I-215 junction, about 1 1/2 miles south of Mandalay Bay. On the Las Vegas Strip… but yet so far away… no hotels, no slots… it does have a true neighborhood feel to it (an overused cliche, but it does fit). Town Square is easily accessible by car, cab or bus from most casinos and resorts on the strip.
With the weather cooling off, now is the perfect time to dine or enjoy Happy Hour on one of the many outdoor dining areas at Town Square Las Vegas and with the Holidays not too far off, it is a great place to shop and meet-up with old friends.
Source by Bill Fox