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Los Angeles happy hour round up: Echo Park, Hollywood, WeHo

Taste Terminal's Happy Hour Round Up III

Good golly gas prices are deplorable, and we thought it was bad last time! Conveniently, happy hours are a great way to get your fill and save your dough – that or a good way to drink your sorrows away. So here it is, Happy Hour Round Up Part Three.

The happy hours will cover the following criteria:

1. For when you…
This refers to what you’re looking for and what you need in a happy hour.

2. One up for grub
What you can expect to eat on the tantalizing happy hour menu.

3. I’ll drink to that!
Drinks featured on the happy hour menu.

4. In the mood
The feel, the crowd, the mood.

5. Cha-Ching!
Best deal on the menu.

6. Bang for your buck
The percentage of savings at the venue will be reflected in one of the following categories:

  • Great deal! You’re robbing them blind!
  • What a savings! and I still have money in my pocket!
  • Good deal, worth the money.
  • There’s definitely a discount, but I’m not sure if its enough.
  • Minimal discount from the regular menu.

Mohawk Bend

Located in Echo Park, CA, Mohawk Bend offers an eclectic menu and an extensive list of craft beers Monday – Friday from 12pm – 2am, Saturday from 9:30am – 2am, and Sunday 9:30am – 1am. Reflecting their “menu for everyone,” Mohawk Bend offers a late night happy hour Monday – Saturday from 10PM – 1AM featuring $4 pints of craft beers from Golden Road Brewing, $5 well cocktails, and $6 mini pizzas and small plates.

1. For when you…
Want discounted craft beers, want vegan options, or are hungry late night.

2. One up for grub
Mohawk Bend offers a wide variety of dishes from Executive Chef Mike Garber both vegan and non-vegan. Items available include a variety of mini pizzas from the Vegan Bahn Mi – marinated tofu, pickled carrots & daikon, jalapenos, herb salad, and sriracha aioli to the PB&J – pineapple, bacon, and jalapeno; to Asparagus & Potato crispy potatoes, asparagus, caramelized onions, roast garlic & leek puree, and nutritional yeast. As for the non-pizza dishes, available are the Veggie Platter – picked, roasted, and raw veggies served with romesco and black-eyed pea hummus; the mini calzone of the night which rotates about every 2-3 weeks, vegan and non vegan nachos with house fried tortilla chips, and the vegan or non vegan chili.

3. I’ll drink to that!
Enjoy a pint of Golden Road Hefeweizen, Point the Way IPA, Get Up Offa that Brown, or a goblet of Either Side of the Hill for $4. If beers aren’t your thing, enjoy $5 well drinks with Mohawk’s house made tonic or cola.

4. In the mood
A late night snack with some foodies and hipsters

5. Cha-Ching!
Mini Pizza – hearty and only $6!

Public Kitchen & Bar

Enjoy American styled cuisine from Executive Chef Tim Goodell at Public Kitchen & Bar located inside the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, CA. Offering happy hour Monday through Friday from 3pm-7pm, guests enjoy the “5 for 5” deal on all happy hour items – from beverages to small plates at $5 each.

1. For when you…
Are looking for a delicious and hearty happy hour.

2. One up for grub
The menu items available for happy hour rotate and could include dishes like the Mushroom Tart with taleggio cheese and arugula; the Chicharrones with jalapeno, crispy cilantro, espelete, and lime; the Roasted Artichokes with house roasted tomatoes, parsley, lemon oil, manchego, and smoked ham vinegrette; or the Burrata with casil, artisanal breads, bagnet vert and cherry tomatoes.

3. I’ll drink to that!
Well drinks, draft beers, and house wines are available for $5 each. Additionally, Public Kitchen is offering The Soft Spot ($14) – vodka, muddled raspberries and mint, sour mix, and St. Germain elderflower liqueur, in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and donating a portion of the proceeds to benefit a breast cancer charity[NOT PART OF THE HAPPY HOUR MENU].

4. In the mood
For casual dining with generously portioned appetizers.

5. Cha-Ching!
The Burrata dish is regularly priced at $13 and is a hefty serving.

Tortilla Republic

Located in the heart of West Hollywood, CA, Tortilla Republic boasts of classic Mexican cuisine in a posh and refined setting. With a farm-to-table menu created by Chef Cathy Shyne, Tortilla Republic offers a tasting of the menu through the Happy Hour daily from 4-7 p.m.

1. For when you…
Want a classy place to enjoy Mexican classics with a twist.

2. One up for grub
Tortilla Republic’s happy hour menu offers a variety of small plates from $2 – $6. From the $2 Salsa Tasting – house fried chips with salsa de Mesa, salsa oaxaca, and salsa de tomatillo cruda; to the Huarache – Thin Flatbread with Oyster Mushrooms, Roasted Shallots, Baby Arugula, Jack and Manchego Cheeses; to the Carnitas Taco – crispy pork, caramelized orange, pickled jalapeno, tomatillo fresca, soft corn tortillas, guacamole, and crema.

3. I’ll drink to that!
What is a Mexican happy hour without margaritas? Tortilla Republic offers the House margarita and a spicy Jalapeno margarita for $6. Also available are $4 Modelo and Coronas.

4. In the mood
Dressy yet casual, and right smack in the middle of WeHo fun.

5. Cha-Ching!
Salsa Tasting $2 – not only cheap, but tasty and filling.

25 Degrees

Inside the the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, CA, 25 Degrees is the 24 hour eatery catering to your snacking needs. Offering a daily happy hour from 3-6pm, the menu offers dishes from $2 & $5, $4 draft beers, $5 house red and white wines, and $6 well cocktails.

1. For when you…
Are looking for diner styled food and cheap eats.

2. One up for grub
The happy hour menu includes $2 items like the French Fries, Sweet Potato Fries, and Onion Rings as well as $5 items like the 1/2 Heirloom Tomato Salad and the Boback Hot Dog. Fries are served with a variety of house made dressings like the Chipotle, the Garlic Aioli, the Thousand Island, the Horseradish Cream, and the Tarragon Remoulade.

3. I’ll drink to that!
$4 draft beers, $ 5 house wines, and $6 well cocktails.

4. In the mood
No fuss snacking.

5. Cha-Ching!
How can you go wrong with $2 fries? You can’t.

  • http://www.facebook.com/laura.davis.5492 Laura Davis

    you don’t need the “criteria” listed at the top of the post. took me two whole minutes to figure out what the eff was going on.