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Happy Hour in Beverly Hills

Try these local spots for great deals on food and drinks.

Happy Hour in Beverly Hills

As cool weather sends people indoors, why not take a seat inside one of Beverly Hills' fine establishments to enjoy great deals on food and drinks?

Here are a few places where you can get happy hour in Beverly Hills:

Bar Bouchon
235 N. Canon Drive
Weekdays, 4-7 p.m.
The happy hour  menu at Bar Bouchon offers $5 glasses of Vin de Carafe wines, which are purchased in barrels from vintners in the Central Coast and bottled by Bouchon to be served exclusively in their restaurants. There are also $5 specialty beers, oysters for $2 each, and small plates like the “Steak Tartare” with crispy capers, cornichons, Dijon mustard and toasted pain de campagne for $9.

Scarpetta Bar
225 N. Canon Drive (at Montage Hotel)
Weekdays, 4-7 p.m.
With $8 cocktails, wine and appetizers, and $4 beers, the menu offers options like polenta dumplings with double-smoked bacon and goat cheese fonduta, and tuna tartare with limoncello gelée, poppy seeds and avocado.

Café Rodeo’s Bar 360
360 N. Rodeo Drive (at Luxe Hotel)
Weekdays, 4-7 p.m. 
Mixologists will handcraft premium cocktails for $8, with well drinks and wine costing $6 and beer $4. A notable happy hour menu item is the Rodeo Trio ($13.60) featuring a Kobe beef slider with caramelized onions and St. Agur cheese, truffle fries and a Luxe Kiss martini. 

The Lounge at L’Ermitage Beverly Hills
9291 Burton Way
Friday & Saturday 6-8 p.m. 
Weekend cocktail hours can be a rare treat, so take advantage at L’Ermitage and try The Lounge's signature drink "Beverly Bubbles," with Grey Goose La Poire, spiced pear sorbet, fresh lemon, sparkling wine and a pear chip.

Enoteca Drago
410 N. Canon Drive 
Daily, 4 p.m. to close
Take a seat at Enoteca Drago's bar to order from its happy hour menu featuring well drinks and house wine for $6, and specialty drinks for $12. There are also $6 small plates to choose from, like Kobe beef sliders, and truffled macaroni and cheese.

Where is your favorite happy hour in Beverly Hills? Tell us in the comments section below. 

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