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5 Best Happy Hours in Central/Downtown Phoenix: Quick PHX

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Our Quick PHX guide this year showed you a lot of dining, partying, and entertainment options this year. From coffee to day drinking and cocktails, we have some spots for slinging some of the best imbibing options in Central/Downtown Phoenix.

Today we'll show you the best spots for happy hour in Central/Downtown Phoenix:

See also: 29 Favorite Places to Eat in Downtown Phoenix: Quick PHX

Bonjour Vietnam French-Vietnamese eats and cocktails like the refreshing Deja Vu are right at happy hour home in this restaurant inside Downtown's San Carlos Hotel.    The Vig Fillmore Happy hour at this third location of Tucker Woodbury's upscale tavern means half-price apps, top-notch cocktails, and a spacious patio on which to enjoy them both.   St. Francis Chef Aaron Chamberlin's sleek American eatery is happy hour heaven thanks to fresh, approachable dishes and $5 cocktails made with just-picked citrus and housemade syrups.  

Barrio Café For a happy hour by way of Mexico, chef Silvana Salcido Esparza's award-winning restaurant features gourmet tacos for $1.50 and half-off drinks like margaritas made with top shelf tequila.

Bink's Midtown One of the best new restaurants in the Valley is also a terrific spot for happy hour thanks to outstanding libations and James Beard Award finalist Kevin Binkley's re-imagined snacks.

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