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14 December 2012
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Oceanside Happy Hour Spots

333-detoxiniAccording to Wikipedia, “the idea of drinking before dinner has its roots in the Prohibition era. When the 18th Amendment and the Volstead Act were passed banning alcohol consumption, citizens would host “cocktail hours”, also known as “happy hours”, at a speakeasy before eating at restaurants where alcohol could not be served. Cocktail lounges continued the trend of drinking before dinner.”

Happy hour, or hours in most cases, can be a certain time of day or a particular day of the week, the date and time vary from establishment to establishment. Happy Hour is best known for discounts on food and beverages in a relaxed atmosphere. Happy hour is a chance to unwind a little after a grueling day of work, mingle with co-workers and friends, enjoy some food, and a discounted cocktail, glass of wine or beer.

In the mood for some happy hour fun with some good friends in Oceanside? Look no further! Here are some of Oceanside’s best Happy Hour spots, just for you! #happyhouroceanside

Davina’s Cabo Grill & Cantina

212 N. Tremont Street
(between Michigan Avenue & Pier View Way) 

Happy Hour is everyday from 4-7pm. Drinks are 2 for 1 (excluding pitchers). Bottomless Mimosas, Bloody Maria’s, Bloody Mary’s, and Michelada’s for $9.95 on Saturday and Sunday. “Industry Sunday” includes an extended Happy Hour from 4-10pm with 2 for 1 drinks, DJ & dancing on their rooftop.

Visit Davina’s website for more info, hours, and menu items. #davinascabogrill

Dominic’s at the Harbor

Oceanside Harbor
268 Harbor Drive South

Enjoy a great view from the harbor at Dominic’s Italian Pizzeria right on the water. Happy Hour is Monday-Friday at Dominic’s from 3-6pm with $1 off specials on draft & bottle beers.

 

Harney Sushi

301 Mission Avenue
(between Cleveland St & Tremont St)

Happy Hour is Monday- Friday from 5:30-6:30pm. Happy Hour Specials include $7 sake or champagne oyster shooters, $5 large hot sakes, $5 large Sapporo and $7 sake vases.

Harney Sushi also has a Late Night Happy Hour from 10pm-close and offers small dishes including fried rice, miso soup, edamame, and multiple sushi rolls for $5 and under.

Visit Harney Sushi’s website for more info, hours, and menu items. #harneysushi

 

Tremont Street Bar & Grill

311 N Tremont Street
(between Civic Center Dr & Pier View Way)

Great drinks and a friendly staff will greet you at this downtown restaurant. Happy Hour is Monday through Friday from 4-7pm. From 4-5pm, Domestic drafts & bottled beer are $2, Import drafts bottles are $3, and all wells, wine, and champagne are $3. From 5-7pm all prices increase $1.The Happy Hour menu consists of fries, chicken tenders, & quesadillas.

“We had fried zucchini and the tacos for Taco Tuesday. The service was great and the ambiance was spectacular. Would definitely go back.” – Sippycup from Yelp

Visit Tremont’s website for more info, hours, and menu items.

 

333 Pacific

333 N Pacific St
(between Tyson St & Pier View Way)

No matter what day it is, 333 Pacific has a Happy Hour special waiting for you. Happy Hour in The Lounge – Monday through Thursday from 4pm to 7pm, Friday- Sunday from 3-7pm. $7 333 Vodka Cocktails and $7 333 Skinny Drinks. $7 delicious Appetizers including Ceviche, Calamari, Potstickers, Caesar Salad and more.

Try the Key Lime Pie martini – made with vanilla vodka, key lime juice and lime foam or the Detoxini – pearl blueberry vodka, acai pomegranate juice, blueberries and key lime.

Visit 333 Pacific’s website for more info, hours, and menu items. #333pacific

We hope you find these restaurants to be as great for Happy Hour as they are for lunch & dinner!

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