10 Best Happy Hour Spots in Manhattan Below 14th Street
From Financial District to the Village, we have rounded up the best happy hour spots to quench thirsty New Yorkers and exhausted city tourists. Here are some spots worth checking out today. Or late tonight even.
1. The Wayland 700 East 9th St, East Village
Casual-but-crowded Alphabet City bar The Wayland offers cutting-edge cocktails served in a no-frills setting at this laid-back barroom. $7 Cocktails; $1 Oysters $5 Oyster Shooters; $6 Glasses Of Wine; $4-5 Beer.
Louie and Chan is the cozy Italian spot with pastas & pizzas you've been looking for all this time. Plus, they offer an Asian-inspired cocktail lounge downstairs with DJs that can get rowdy. $5 Garganega, Corvina, Prosecco, Brooklyn Lager, and Peroni are poured alongside $5 pasta and pizza.
Potentially misleading because of its botanical name, this cool kid hangout offers happy hour daily from 5pm to 7pm. Aim for nostalgia ss it's what you are going to get upfront. P.S. There's no bouquets for sale. Drinks starting at $5.
Formerly kept as one of East Chinatown's few remaining Bowery bums company turned into a neighborhood nightclub, 169 Bar offers a daily happy hour while conveniently sitting beside Mission Chinese Food. $3 Can of Beer & Well Shot; $1 Off Can Beers & Drafts; $2 Off Everything Else.
9. Wicked Willy's 149 Bleecker St, Greenwich Village
Live bands, beer pong tables & drink specials amp up the party vibe at this watering hole near NYU. Offering a wide array of happy hour drinks available every single day - don't miss out on the 50-cent wing Monday! $1 Miller Light Bottles; $3 Vodka & Cranberry; $3 Rum & Coke; $3 Tequila Shots; $7 Miller Light Pitchers; $7 Michelob Ultra Pitchers.