Whether you’re looking for a way to wind down at the end of a long workday or are just hoping to celebrate with a few friends, there are plenty of happy hours to take advantage of in White Plains. And they aren’t just for the singles crowd, with plenty of bars offering laid-back atmospheres and gourmet eats to nibble on. Here, we list some of best happy hours in White Plains.
The Brazen Fox
175 Mamaroneck Ave
Happy Hour Monday through Friday, 4 pm – 8 pm
Always bustling, The Brazen Fox is one of the go-to watering holes along Mamaroneck Avenue. The bar is known for attracting a post-collegiate crowd as the night wears on, but there’s always a diverse group of folks during the early evening. Meet up with friends to enjoy $4 draft beers, along with $5 martinis, cocktails and glasses of wine. The drink specials are distracting, but the food’s also fantastic. During happy hour, patrons can select four of their favorite appetizers for just $15. Indulge in traditional bar fare like Buffalo wings, mozzarella sticks, and the fan-favorite fried pickles.
Lazy Boy Saloon – courtesy of Lazy Boy Saloon
Lazy Boy Saloon
154 Mamaroneck Ave
Happy Hour Monday through Friday, 4 pm – 7 pm
Got a hunger for gourmet bar grub? Make a stop at Lazy Boy Saloon’s happy hour, where you can pair your discounted beer and drink selections with the bar’s signature Tequila Citrus wings. Other promising offerings include the Lobster Mac-N-Cheese and their homemade, secret recipe New England Clam Chowder. Sit back and relax to take in Lazy Boy’s laid-back atmosphere complete with live music—Big Salad, an acoustic blend of classic rock and popular tunes.
Morton’s The Steakhouse
9 Maple Ave
Happy Hour Monday through Saturday, 5 pm – 7 pm & 9 pm – closing, Sunday 5 pm – 10 pm
There isn’t just any old happy hour at Morton’s—it’s a “Power Hour.” Enjoy $5.50 beers, $7 wines, and $8 “Mortinis” and cocktails like the Power Hour Palm Beacher in an elegant dining room with a comfortable feel. Not to mention that during Power Hour, Morton’s bar bites are a mere $6 to $7 with many delectable delights on the menu like parmesan truffle matchstick fries, iceberg wedge bites, mini crab cake BLT’s and mini cheeseburgers. Despite being a chain, Morton’s attracts a diverse crowd with couples desiring a date out on the town to groups of friends meeting up for a casual chat. For happy hour latecomers, rejoice that Morton’s Power Hour starts up again at 9 p.m. until closing each night.
Elements Food & Spirits
161 Mamaroneck Ave
Happy Hour daily, 4 pm to 8 pm
Elements Food & Spirits is a prime example of how White Plains is the center of Westchester’s nightlife. Self-described as “a Manhattan vibe in the heart of White Plains,” the bar does not disappoint with its daily happy hour and rooftop bar with a dining room. Their offerings create quite the list, with $3 and $4 draft beers, $5 glasses of wine, $6 martinis and $8 mojitos complete with several choices in each category. Pair your beverage of choice with smoked Gouda mac’n’cheese bites or the mini chicken tacos for just $6. If you’re feeling adventurous, ask your waiter about the tapas of the day for a taste of Spanish flair.
Read More: Westchester Magazine’s Happy Hour Guide