The 5 Best Happy Hours in The Woodlands
If you love happy hour as much as we do, you'll love this new series. We're taking a look at the best happy hours in town, 'hood by 'hood. To narrow it down, we're focusing on the spots with the best deals on not only drinks, but eats, too. From upscale eateries serving bar bites and half-priced wine to dives with cheap beer and burgers, we've got it all. See the complete list at the end of this post
This week, we're moving on to the bar and restaurant-packed 'hood of The Woodlands.
CRÚ, 9595 Six Pines Monday through Friday 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. + daily specials
Get $3 off glasses AND flights of some pretty stellar wine alongside elegantly delicious small plates. For just $3 to $5, goat cheese beignets, steamed mussels, lobster and shrimp potstickers and more are sure to make you happy. Daily specials include "Pizza Mondays" -- where the purchase of a bottle of wine gets you a free stone-fired pizza; and "Charm Thursdays" -- where all bottles of champagne are half off.
If you're still hungry after all those snacks, Fielding's hot off the grill burgers are mighty fine.
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Fielding's Wood Grill, 1699 Research Forest Monday through Friday 3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.; Reverse happy hour Monday through Friday 9 p.m. to close.
Sit at the bar to enjoy a selection of $3 brews, $4 wines, and half-off specialty cocktails as you munch on a few of this casual American eatery's badass (and cheap) snacks. $3 will get you a taste of deliciousness like baked chicken and spinach dip, sriracha hummus, Texas-style deviled eggs and pimiento cheese.
Fukuda Sushi, 25701 I-45 N Weekdays 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 3 p.m. to close; + Reverse happy hour specials
Barring a few holidays and a couple of hours here and there, it's almost always happy hour at this just on the cusp of The Woodland's sushi hotspot. Sip on $5 hot sake, $4 Kirin and Sapporo, and $4.50 house wines and more while you take down a selection of $2 and under nigiri, $4 to $7 sushi rolls, and $3 to $7.50 hot appetizers like calamari tempura, basil chicken wings, and gyoza. And if you're feeling particularly randy, sake bombs are $6.50. Just sayin'.
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