Patio Drinks and Snacks For $6 or Less
Tumblers of wine, pork puffs and popcorn are all cheap and cheerful patio snacks that won't break the bank.
National on 8th.
Photograph courtesy of National on 8.
Weekend mimosas at Alforno Bakery & Cafe
On Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, Alforno serves its mimosas, Bellinis and Caesars for $5 a glass. Or, dip into the limoncello for $6 anytime.
Tumblers of wine at Cannibale
Most of the cocktails here will set you back $12. They are worth it, but if what you want is the Cannibale atmosphere and something less expensive to sip on, opt for a tumbler of wine. The tumblers are $6 for 5 ounces and you can choose red, white or rosé. Pair it with some bar nuts for $5.
Happy hour pizza at Cibo
On weekdays from 4 to 6 p.m., Cibo serves up pizzas, wine and Millstreet beer for $5 each.
Piggy puffs at Cleaver
Cleaver's bar snacks or all inexpensive nibbles, including the piggy puffs with malt vinegar mayo ($5), the grilled cheese with tomato dip ($4), candied bacon ($4.50) and spiced olives ($5.50).
Corndogs at Container Bar
Container Bar also has a bar snacks menu where everything costs $5. That section of the menu includes salted chicken skin, crispy pigs ears, fried almonds, duck fat potato chips, corndogs and spiced buttered popcorn. If $2 is more your budget, mixed nuts or candy will cost you a toonie.
Ballpark snacks at Home & Away
Nibble on candied nuts, popcorn or pickles for $4 each at Home & Away. Or, get all three for $10. Most of the beer here costs less than $6.
25 cent ounces at National on 8th
National on 8th's patio happy hour happens daily from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and include buck-a-shuck oysters and all the beverages on tap for $25 cents an ounce.
4 x 6 at Raw Bar
From Monday to Thursday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., Raw Bar serves its happy hour menu that includes four $6 specials, including wine, beer, cocktails and small plates.