7 happy hours to check out in Valletta
Feel like getting more bang for your buck when drinking in Valletta? These spots are definitely worth stopping by.

Marie-Claire Grima

Hard Rock Café

You can get two for the price of one on Hard Rock Café cocktails, including favourites such as Bahama Mama, Purple Haze and the Watermelon Rita from 5pm to 7pm from Monday to Friday.

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The famous whisky bar does a long and boozy happy hour, serving two drinks for the price of one from 4pm till 8pm from Sunday to Thursday.

Cheeky Monkey

Cheeky Monkey opened its Valletta outlet last year and has a merry happy hour between 4pm and 7pm every day.

Vino's Café Bar

Vino’s Café Bar doesn’t do a regular happy hour, but the obliging and friendly owners Andrew and Josef are more than willing to sort out a good deal for a group of friends if booked in advance – just ask!

City Lounge Steak House

Despite its name, City Lounge, overlooking St George’s Square, does more than just mouth-watering steak – its happy hour runs from 4pm to 6pm every day.

Q Bar

Enjoy the sights and sounds of the Valletta Waterfront at Q Bar, which has a happy hour running from 6pm to 7pm every day.

Marina Club VW

Housed in a beautifully repurposed vault by the water’s edge in Valletta, the Marina Club VW offers a great value happy hour from 6pm to 7pm every day.

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Marie-Claire Grima
Marie-Claire loves travelling and exploring the weird and wonderful hidden corners of the Maltese islands.

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