Ten Must-Try Happy Hours From Jupiter to Boca Raton

Before summer ends, enjoy savings on craft cocktails, beer, and wine at some of our favorite happy hour spots.

Happy hour: a stress-free evening of post-work sips with friends, without breaking the bank.


1. Papichulo

Located right on U.S. 1 in Tequesta, Papichulo is almost always buzzing with patrons. That’s thanks to “Papi Hour,” held every day from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. All drinks – cocktails, specialty margaritas, beer, and wine – are 50 percent off, and snacks like yuca fries, street corn, chips and salsa, and various kinds of tacos ring in at $3. Plus, $6 grants you chips with guacamole or queso. Consider those Mexican food cravings satisfied. Tequesta

2. Crosby Kitchen & Bar

Although this chic eatery sits near the Jupiter inlet, you’re sure to feel its New York roots. Think: subway tile meets palm fronds and a lively bar scene. Crosby Kitchen & Bar offers happy hour six days a week from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., where specialty cocktails like the Mr. Fogon, made with reposado tequila, prickly pear liquor, lemon, and aquafaba. The small plates require attention as well: nibble on firecracker calamari, bao steam buns, honey ginger shrimp, and charred octopus. Jupiter 


3. The Parched Pig

Known for being the sister bar to Coolinary Café, this social and fun watering hole does not disappoint. Check out The Parched Pig in Palm Beach Gardens for the “Happiest of Hours,” every day from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Two-for-one house classic cocktails, such as a Moscow Mule, a Pisco Sour, or a Paloma are sure to quench your thirst, while mouthwatering small bites, such as oysters, baked mac n’ cheese, and chili pork tacos sweeten the deal. Palm Beach Gardens

4. Echo at the Breakers

Savor one of the area’s best sushi happy hours at Echo at the Breakers, a contemporary space where cocktails and sushi are half-off in the Dragonfly Lounge, terrace, and garden from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. Sip on delightful bar specialties such as the Mist Over Fuji, a cocktail comprised of house infused cucumber vodka, St-Germain, and fresh lime juice. Or try the Red Zengria, a flavorful blend of brandy, plum wine, fresh ginger, oranges, and Cherry Heering. Rolls like the spicy dragon with spicy tuna, cucumber, avocado, tempura flakes, spicy mayo, and eel sauce and the hurricane roll with tempura shrimp, jumbo lump crab, asparagus, red tobiko, and avocado are among the best in the area. Palm Beach

5. Grato

This popular West Palm Beach resto offers Italian eats and outstanding happy hour deals that aren’t just limited to drinks. Try small bites like pizza rolls, meatball sliders, and Grato’s famous truffle arancini for $5 Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Pair with a signature cocktail, such as the Roman Sparkler: house-made limoncello, with prosecco, and basil, and you’re on the way to happy hour bliss.  West Palm Beach

6. The Regional

Celebrity chef Lindsay Autry’s restaurant at Rosemary Square holds “Public Hour” from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday where guests can sample a number of her signature plates at a sweet price. Snack on crispy brussels sprouts, fried chicken thighs, deviled eggs, and more of Autry’s Southern-inspired fare for $6 each. Don’t miss Public Hour’s signature drink: the Whistlin’ Dixie, a concoction of Dixie Vodka, pomegranate, lemon, orange juices, and bubbles. Drinks are always two-for-one, so imbibe freely. West Palm Beach 

7. Driftwood

This beachy spot in Boynton delivers unique plates, handcrafted cocktails, a happy hour Tuesday through Sunday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Get adventurous and take advantage of deals on cocktails like the Lolita, made with Banhez Mezcal, cucumber, lime, matcha, and black pepper. Or taste the refreshing Little Violeta, a blend of gin, butterfly pea, pineapple, and aloe, plus eats like truffled pork cracklings and shrimp and grits. If you can’t make it before 6 p.m., don’t fret – Driftwood’s late night happy hour runs from 10 p.m. to 12 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday and 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Friday and Saturday. Boynton Beach

8. El Camino

There’s no better end to a busy summer work day than a refreshing margarita. Grab your friends and head to one of Delray’s most popular happy hours, happening at El Camino, a high-spirited Mexican eatery off Atlantic Avenue. Every day of the week from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., treat yourself to a cheesy chicken quesadilla, towering nachos, $2 tacos, $3 bottled beer, $4 drafts, $5 margaritas (strawberry basil or pineapple coconut, anyone?) and cocktails, and more. Delray Beach

9. Salt7

Indulge in unique small plates like sushi pizza, coconut cashew tofu, filet bites, and duck fat fries during this modern lounge on Atlantic Avenue’s happy hour, where menu prices range from $5 to $15 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. If you want to extend the fun at this happening bar, linger after dinner hours when the restaurant transforms into a club with DJs and dancing. Delray Beach

10. Burton’s

Traditional American fare with a twist is the name of the game at this bar and grill, which boasts a happy hour composed of reduced prices on drinks, half-off appetizers, and a fun environment.  Burton’s regulars keep coming back for delicious cocktails such as Sunsplash Sangria, the Pomegranate Martini, and the Blueberry Hibiscus Squeeze, made with blueberry infused Tito’s vodka and house-made blueberry hibiscus lemonade. Tantalizing appetizers like General Tso’s cauliflower and stuffed grilled zucchini round out the experience. Boca Raton

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