Yes, things are getting more expensive. But there are still good deals to be had. One of my favorite value eats right now is the Bardot Brasserie happy hour at Aria. Bardot Brasserie’s happy hour is from 5 PM – 7 PM daily.
The happy hour is no longer listed on their website, but if you visit between 5 and 7, you can ask the bartender for a menu:
They also offer discounted wine and beer. While not cheap, it’s some of the highest quality happy hour food you can find. And if you want something French but don’t want to pay Picasso prices, consider this a worthy alternative.
I’ve visited on multiple occasions. I like Bardot’s upscale, dimly lit atmosphere. The happy hour menu is limited to the bar area. I’ve never seen the bar full, so you shouldn’t have a problem getting a seat.
Throw in a couple of $7 beers, and you and a partner could easily split that meal for $58 pre-tax and tip, which is a steal in Vegas today. This isn’t the hotdog cart at SouthPoint, so you’re paying for quality. Relatedly, I’m sad I missed out on the Wellington Hotdog, a menu item they once offered.
For a more comprehensive list of Vegas happy hours, check out Las Vegas Then and Now’s happy hour post.