Happy Hours for the Super Cheap
So when you’ve just missed bus after work and have an extra $2 to burn, it’s time to loaded instead. Here’s a list of five bars in San Francisco with happy hour specials that range from 50 cents to just $2.
Palio d’Asti-$1 Gourmet Pizza
Cheaper than a regular slice, you can indulge on a whole gourmet pizza at Palio d’Asti’s happy hour every Monday through Friday from 4p-7p. As long as you buy two drinks (prices range from $6 to $12), you can gobble up a whole gourmet pizza for a single buck. Arrive early… there is usually a wait and the deal is only good while the pizza lasts.
Palio d’Asti (640 Sacramento St) | Monday-Fridays | 4p-7p | $1, but must purchase two drinks first
Kyoto’s Sushi-$1 Sapporo
Aside from their affordable and delicious sushi, Kyoto’s offers $1 Sapporo draft beers all day long. This isn’t so much of a happy hour; it’s more of a reason to stumble in any hour of the day.
Kyoto’s Sushi (1233 Van Ness Ave., SF) | Every Day | $1
Broken Record-50¢ Rolling Rock
Postpone laundry for another week, because there are bubblier liquids to spend your quarters on. Broken Record offers 50¢ Rolling Rock from when the bar opens at 5p until the keg taps out. Fill up on beer and then get sober and fill up on food, because there’s a full kitchen of savory comfort food waiting.
Broken Record (1166 Geneva Ave., SF) | Fridays | 5p-2a | 50¢
Tortilla Heights-$1 Draft Beer
Loosen up the tie and put on a sombrero, because Tortilla Heights has a stunning $1 draft beer hump day happy hour. Drink beer and snack on some nachos in this festive ambiance.
Tortilla Heights (1750 Divisadero St., SF) | Wednesdays | 4:30p-5:30p | $1
The Boardroom-Taco Tuesday Trivia Night
How many $2 tacos and $2 Tecates does it take to hinder your trivia answering abilities?
The Boardroom (1326 Grant St., SF) | Tuesdays | 9p-11p | $2
Got a favorite happy hour for $2 or less? Leave a comment below and let us know!
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