Happy Hour: Bangkok’s Best Drinking Deals

Work hard. Play harder.  This party animals anthem best serves Bangkok’s illustrious happy hours.  To help you take advantage of Bangkok’s best happy hour deals we have listed those that are worth your time (and money):


Coyote Restaurant and Bar has a reputation for being a fun place, especially during happy hour. Regular happy hour is Mon-Fri from 15:00- 19:00 (3-7pm) and Sat-Sun from 11:00-19:00 (11am-7pm) and is ‘buy one get one free’ while Ladies drink for free on Weds from 18:00 – 20:00 (6-8pm) and sat from 22:00-24:00 (10-midnight).  Oh, and did we mention the 75 different style margaritas?

Learn more about Coyote Restaurant and Bar Happy Hour deals here 


Despite having a  name that was clearly thought up by someone with down syndrome and an awkward layout, WXYZ offers one of the only cocktail buffets in Bangkok. The cocktail buffet is 700 baht from 9 pm to 1 am on Fridays and Saturdays and includes a long list molecular creations. Free popcorn is also available, as is Wii ping pong

Learn more about WXYZ Happy Hour deals here

Londoner Brew Pub

This happy hour kicks off with a  “buy 1 get 1 free”  4-7 p.m. and includes the bar’s pub-brewed beer and all cocktails.  Wednesday’s 2-for-1 night has a few good things going for it. Nicely marked down beer, a cover band belting out classic rock standards, girls and guys losing their inhibitions and shredding it up on the dance floor, a wide-range of friendly patrons and a healthy dose of blossoming romance occurring throughout the night.  The food ain’t too bad either.

Learn more about Londoner Brew Pub Happy Hour deals here

Honorable Mentions:


Free Pizza Friday at Witch’s Tavern

Big Mango Bar
65 baht San Miguel Light – all night


Sportsman Free BBQ
from 4 – 8pm

In the words of Jimmy Buffett, ‘It’s 5 o’clock somewhere’.  Party on.

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