Memphis Happy Hour and Drink Specials Guide Organized By Day Of The Week

Posted by Holly Whitfield | January 4th 2018 9174 0

Here is a list of Memphis drink specials, pint nights, wine specials, and more, listed by day of the week.

Happy hours that happen every day are not included on this list, so head to this post – in the first section – to see that humongous list. I don’t have all the Saturday and Sunday brunch drink specials on here, but we may add the best ones in at some point.


Aldo’s Midtown: $3 draft 

Automatic Slim’s: $4 martinis from 5pm to close

Brass Door: $4 Guinness pints and $1 raw or chargrilled oysters from 3 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Blue Monkey: Pint Night Monday  

Celtic Crossing: Mondays 5pm to 3am all draft pints are $3 (It’s also pup night, so bring your pooch to chill on the patio)

Corner Bar at the Peabody: Bartender’s Monday Mania special martinis, margaritas, mojitos $3 each, 4pm – 7pm

Flying Saucer: Pint Night Monday, $3 draft beers

Green Beetle: Monday is Pint Night (all pints $4)

Midtown Crossing Grill: $2 draft beer on Mondays from 4pm to 8pm

Silky O’Sullivans: $5 specialty martinis all day



Aldo’s Midtown: $3 drafts on Tuesdays nights for trivia players only

Automatic Slim’s: Tuesdays $3 pint night

Celtic Crossing: Tuesday wine night from 5pm -close, $2 off every glass, $5 off bottles

Corner Bar at the Peabody: Tennessee Tuesday with a  selection of TN beers and cocktails for $3 each, 4pm – 7pm

Bayou Bar and Grill: Tuesday is Pint Night with $3 draft beers

LBOE: Tuesdays, $2,50 pints all day

TJ Mulligan’s: Pint Night is Tuesday with $2.50 pints



Automatic Slim’s: Wednesday half-price bottles of wine

Blue Monkey: Wednesday wine Night 

Corner Bar at the Peabody: Winedown Wednesday with $3, $5, and $7 house wines, plus a Master Taster’s Flight for $15, 5-7

Green Beetle: $1 off house wines on Wednesdays

LBOE: half off all wines 5pm to 10pm 

Local Gastropub: Pint Night Wednesday 5pm to 3am, $3 (for most) pints

Maximo’s on Broad: Wine Wednesdays, half off any bottle of wine 5pm – 10pm

South of Beale: Pint Night Sunday and Wednesday with $3.50 drafts

Ubees: Wednesday Pint Night

Young Avenue Deli: Pint Night is Wednesday starting at 7pm



Automatic Slim’s: $5 martinis for ladies

Café Olé: Thursdays, $25 beer bongs from 5pm to close. 

Celtic Crossing: Thursdays, $4 draft pints from 6pm to close

Corner Bar at the Peabody: Thu. select wine, draft beer, spirit, and martini for $5

Dru’s Bar: $7 Beer Bust Thursdays

The Pumping Station: martini night $5 from 8pm to 10pm

Three Guys Pizza Pies: Thursday domestic beer specials

Ubees: Thursdays College Night Beer Bust starting at 8pm



Automatic Slim’s: half-price martinis from 4pm to 6pm

Café Olé: Fridays, $10 Corona and Corona Light buckets all day and half-price small house margaritas from 4pm to 7pm.

Corner Bar at the Peabody: Fri. select wine, draft beer, spirit, and martini for $5

Felicia Suzanne’s: Friday lunch martini special – 25¢ Martinis with purchase of an entree, choose vodka or gin, straight up, dirty, or with a splash of juice. Limit three per guest.

LBOE: Fridays until 8pm $1 off bottled beer and drafts

Pumping Station: Beer Bust Fridays 10:30pm to 1am

Three Guys Pizza Pies: Friday discounted pitchers



The Cove: martini specials from 4pm to 7pm

Corner Bar at the Peabody: Sat. select wine, draft beer, spirit, and martini for $5

Guest House at Graceland: Saturday: $15 beer buckets

LBOE: Weekends $3 select drafts

TJ Mulligan’s: Pint Night is Tuesday with $2.50 pints



Blue Monkey: Pint Night Sunday and Monday  

Brass Door: From 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., Two-For-One brunch cocktails, mix ‘n’ match (mimosa, Bloody Mary, Irish coffee, Irish breakfast shot, mini Guinness shot)

Corner Bar at the Peabody: Sundays on Tap, $3 local draft beers, 1pm – 7pm

LBOE: Weekends $3 select drafts

Pumping Station: Sunday Beer Bust until 8pm

Silky Sullivan’s: Pint Night Sundays from 4pm to 10pm, $3 Miller Lite draft, $4 Dos Equis

South of Beale: Pint Night Sunday $3.50 drafts


Author: Holly Whitfield

I write about what’s going on with Memphis music, food, arts, events, sports, people, and culture. Memphians love Elvis and barbeque with a passion that must be seen to be believed, but there is so much more to this place.

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