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Bellingham’s Best Happy Hour Spots

Life doesn't get much happier than when you're sharing a happy hour drink with friends. We've rounded up a list of our favorite happy hour deals in Bellingham, plus a few bonus happy hours located outside of town. From discounted bottles of wine to small bites that won't break the bank, these restaurants and bars offer screaming deals to get your evening started off right. Cheers!

Enjoy delicious food and marina views at Anthony's Hearthfire Grill on the Bellingham Waterfront! True to its name, Anthony's specializes in hearthfire cooking, with an emphasis on premier Northwest designer beef and fresh Northwest seafood. Enjoy it all at a discount during their happy hour. 

When: 3-6:30pm Monday – Friday

What: Food discounts including $6 Caesar salad and $15 ribs and onion rings; $7.5 wine; $8.5 cocktails including appletini and Hearthfire hard lemonade.

Aslan Brewing in Downtown Bellingham is known for their beer but they also have incredible food. Enjoy both at a discount during their happy hour!

When: 2-5pm and 9-10pm daily and ALL DAY Sunday

What: Take $1 off all draft beers and enjoy small bites and plates at a discount, including mac bites, pork belly, poutine, and small salads.

B-Town offers one of the happiest happy hour deals in town. Located in the Four Points by Sheraton, B-Town delivers delicious small plates perfect for sharing with a group. Their martinis, in flavors like Washington raspberry and gummi bear, are certain to boost your mood. 

When: 3-6pm daily 

What: $10 shaker martinis; $6 draft beers; $5 house wines; discounted small plates like crispy brussels sprouts, almond dusted calamari, crab cakes, and parmesan-truffle salt fries. 

Bellingham Cider Company is a staple in downtown Bellingham's restaurant scene. They offer fresh ciders in satisfying flavors (order a flight to try a few), along with a menu featuring pizzas, burgers, pastas, and locally sourced veggies. Their indoor space has a ton of seating, and their outdoor patio looks out over sparkling Bellingham Bay. 

When: 3-5pm Tuesday-Friday

What: $1 off cider, beer pints, and well drinks; 50% off bottled wine on Thursdays; discounted food like truffle fries and kale caesar salad. 

After finding your next favorite novel at Village Books in Fairhaven Village, grab a table at the charming Colophon Cafe. Choose from cozy indoor seating or find a table outside, perfect for people watching on the Village Green. Enjoy sandwiches, salads, bagels, soups, and a large selection of quality coffee and tea drinks.

When: 3-6pm weekdays 

What: $2 off cocktails; $5 beer, cider, or house wine; $5 off any bottle of wine; $5 cup of soup, small salads, or potato wedges; $7 nachos or artichoke dip. 

This deco-era cocktail bar takes the craft of cocktail-making to a whole new level. Located in downtown Fairhaven Village, Galloway's offers delicious, award-winning cocktails along with sophisticated small bites. Snuggle up into a booth inside or enjoy your happy hour feast on their covered, heated outdoor patio. 

When: 3-6pm daily 

What: $8 gin & tonic, whiskey & ginger, or vodka soda. Discounted house wines, draft beers, and small bites.

Make your happy hour extra happy with views of Bellingham Bay at this waterfront restaurant attached to the Hotel Bellwether. Happy hour options are available on the patio or in the restaurant's Sunset Lounge. 

When: 3-6pm Sunday - Thursday  

What: $1 off house wine, draft beer, and well drinks; $12 Bartender’s Signature Cocktail of the Day, discounted food. 

Come to The Black Cat in downtown Fairhaven Village for the ambiance, stay for the mouthwatering food. This casual American-style bistro is located on the third floor of the historic Sycamore Square building, which means many of the tables offer views of Fairhaven and Bellingham Bay. 

When: 3-6pm Monday – Thursday 

What: Food discounts including $15 petit fondue and bottle of wine; $5 OG burger; $5 French onion soup; $2 oyster shooter; $7 fish & chips.

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