"Happy hour" is a beautiful phrase. It's even better when you're on vacation and you've already paid for plane tickets, hotel rooms, and countless meals. Sure, it's fun to eat out during a trip, especially since you can try some new foods that you can't get back home. But it's true that those restaurant bills start adding up and it would be nice to find some more wallet-friendly spots.

When you're in Las Vegas, you want to know the best places to grab some affordable food and drinks, but since you're probably going to hit up a few spots, you don't want to spend too much at each place.

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Keep reading for the best happy hour deals in Las Vegas (so you don't go broke before 9 pm).

Grab Some Cheap Eats And Cocktails At Seafood Shack

Las Vegas Happy Hour says that Seafood Shack (located at Treasure Island) has an amazing happy hour, which was also recommended by a post on Trip Advisor. There are different times when the food and drink deals are available, so let's start with the drinks.

Drink deals are offered until 6 p.m. and then again from 10 p.m. until the closing time of the restaurant. You can get a bucket of Bud Light for $20, a pitcher of sangria for $24 or glasses for $6, and $6 mojitos and margaritas. Most importantly though, you can get beer on tap for $4, which is incredibly cheap.

If you want to grab some food while you're drinking, the Treasure Island website has details on what food is available. From 3 to 6 p.m. you can order the following dishes for $6: Ahi Tuna Poke, Fried Belly Clams, and Crab Cakes. For $5, you can get Gumbo, Clam Cowder, Steamed Mussels, or Coconut Shrimp. And for $4, which is the best deal of all, you can order Cajun Spiced Crawfish or Spicy Jerk Chicken Wings.

Enjoy Flatbreads And Cheap Beer At Maggiano's

The Trip Advisor list of awesome happy hour deals in Las Vegas includes Maggiano's. The restaurant has locations all over the U.S. and two locations in Las Vegas. From 3 to 6 p.m. you can order beer for $3, glasses of wine for $5, and $6 cocktails. The Daily Meal mentions that customers can order a mojito, margarita, martini, or cosmopolitan.

Red Sushi Has An Amazing Deal

Red Sushi is located on Freemont Street and it would be great to come here for happy hour. The Trip Advisor list of happy hour places mentioned above says that this place offers up sushi for around $6 or $7, appetizers between $4 and $6, and sake drinks that are $4-6. This happy hour happens from 4 to 6 p.m.

Travelling Foodie says that sushi rolls and some appetizers are part of the happy hour deal. They wrote, "I came here at 5 PM for their happy hour and got the Sake Bomb, Spicy Tuna Roll, and Salmon and Avocado Roll." A Trip Advisor review praises the happy hour here: "I stopped in for a four o'clock snack and was greeted with a happy hour menu. Yummy sushi selections which I paired with a glass Pinot Noir at a very reasonable price. Service was great and I left looking forward to my next visit!"

If you're looking for some awesome deals on food and drinks during your trip to Las Vegas, you can't go wrong with these four places. They offer up amazing deals and a variety of dishes so your palate won't be bored (and your wallet will be thrilled).