Happy Tax Day Hour

Ease your tax day woes (or celebrate) with a drink

April 15th is perhaps the most polarizing date on the calendar. That's right, Tax Day. Some will rejoice for refunds and others will lament their loss of cash to Uncle Sam. Either way, we'll all need a drink. Here are a few of our favorite Wednesday happy hour spots to help you get over the Tax Day hump:

Hotel Vegas 7-9pm

$2 Wells

Photo courtesy of Hotel Vegas

Maggie Mae's Whiskey Wednesday- All Day

Photo courtesy of Maggie Mae's

$2 Whiskey Shot

$3 Wells

$4 Jack Daniels

Speakeasy 5-7pm

1/2 price cocktails

Threadgill's 3-6pm

Photo courtesy of Threadgill's

$3 Margaritas

$3 Wells

$2 House wines

$1 Lone Star

W Hotel

There are quite a few in the W Hotel to grab a drink:

Photo courtesy of W Hotel

The Living Room 7-10pm

1/2 price drinks

Trace 5-7pm

$4 Texas beers

$5 Texas spirits

$7 cocktails

1/2 off select wine by the glass

25% off bottled wines

Photo courtesy of Saxon Pub

Saxon Pub 2-7pm

$3.25 domestics

$4.50 wells

Find more local happy hours here and download our happy hour app. Cheers!

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