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Best Happy Hours in Bellingham

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By Tanner Thompson

Now that springtime has fully arrived, people are willing to come out of their caves to get drinks with friends and family. Yet some people still have trouble getting out because they lack the funds. Here are the places that offer fantastic happy hours to grab cheap drinks and food.

 

The locally famous brewery, Aslan Brewing Company, is a popular place to eat food and drink delicious beer. Some people may not know they also have a great daily happy hour that will keep people coming back. They have two happy hours per day, one from 2 p.m to 5 p.m and 9 p.m to closing. With this happy hour you can get  $1 off of 16 ounces and 21 ounces drinks and $2 off of full pitchers. They also have a discounted food menu where customers can get food for $5 or less.

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Next, if someone is looking to go out to a classy place with friends or maybe to impress a date, The Temple Bar’s happy hour is the best place to not break your bank account. The happy hour runs daily from 3 p.m to 7 p.m and offers a bottle of wine and a little cheese plate for only $20. Not into wine? You can get a Kushan lager for $3 or other signature cocktails for just $5.

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Lastly, Bellingham Bar and Grill is a lively place to eat, drink and play pool. The happy hours begin at 9 p.m to closing from Monday through Saturday. Every night they have a special on well drinks for only $2.50 and on Wednesday double well drinks start at $2.. Also on Tuesday along with their discount drinks you can play pool for free.

 

The next time you want to go out for a fun night consider going to a happy hour at one of these popular watering holes in Bellingham.

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