Ann Arbor Happy Hour Guide

. March 31, 2018.
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The happiest of hours are often spent at local watering holes. We’ve got a list of bars and restaurants that hook up the fattest deals on food and drinks during happy hour.

Alley Bar

alleybarannarbor.com
Giveback Thursdays
10% of monthly sales are donated to local nonprofits

The Earle

theearle.com
Monday through Friday. 5pm – 8pm 20% off items on the wine bar (food) menu, as well as most beverages by the glass. 5pm – 6:30pm – Mussels steamed in white wine, with garlic and tomatoes for $3.75.
Wine Bar Specials
Monday-Wednesday All Night: Draft beers $4; Whitefish entree $12 Thursday: Featured martinis $6

Old Town

oldtownaa.com
HAPPY HOUR
Sunday & Monday: 10pm–12am
Tuesday thru Thursday: 12am–2am
50% off select alcoholic beverages
Mondays $1 off Michigan Made Alcohol

Aut Bar

autbar.com
Gayest Happy Hour:
Tuesday-Friday 4pm-7pm
Half Priced Appetizers
$5 Craft Cocktail of the Day

Haab’s

Ypsilanti
haabsrestaurant.com
Monday-Friday 4pm-7pm Bar Area only
Food specials $2-$4
Select Bottled Beers $2-$3
Select Wine $3
Well drinks $3
Select cocktails $4

Red Rock Barbecue

Ypsilanti
redrockypsi.com
Everyday 3pm-6pm and 9pm-close
Food specials with highlights of $5 wings and a $5 burger
$2 off beer

Aubree’s pizzeria & grill

Two Ypsilanti locations
aubrees.com
3-6pm & 9pm-Close Every Day
$6 Calzones
$5 Feta Bread
$2.50 Domestic and $5 Craft beers

Old German

oldgerman.net
$12 Special Nights
MONDAY $12 Endless Goulash
Hearty stew and a half liter of your favorite Old German beer
TUESDAY $12 Perch Fry
Crispy pan-fried perch, spaetzle, half liter of beer
WEDNESDAY $12 Stroganoff
Featuring a different recipe every week for the classic comfort food – plus a half liter of beer.
Thursdays Karaoke 10pm-2am with Late Night Happy Hour with 1/2 off Wine and Well; 1/2 off food until 11pm and $3 shot specials. See website for additional happy hours.

Ollie Food + Spirits

Ypsilanti
ollieypsi.com
Tuesday-Friday, 2-6pm. All day Thursday.
$2 off “good” classic cocktails, craft draft pours, and Miller High Life.
50% off all wine pours and bottles.
$3 sliders or three for $8.

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