Celebrate Tax Day—April 18— at These 5 Local Spots


Whether you’re drowning your sorrows because you owe the gov or dipping into your refund (#treatyourself!), we think we can all agree that a beverage (or two!) is needed come Tax Day (aka April 18). Here our sippable selects (all aptly open on Monday as well). Cheers! 

Bar Louie

No refund, no problem. Bar Louie is celebrating Tax Day with a host of drink and food specials, including $4 domestic beers, $5 liquor cocktails, $5 craft beers, $6 signature martinis, $6 wines by the glass and 50% bar bites—so no matter how much money you made or lost, you’ll be able to indulge.

Raleigh Times Bar

You deserve the extra guac on Raleigh Times’ famous loaded nachos after getting through your taxes—plus a beer or two, natch. Grab a seat outside on the sidewalk to soak up the sun and drink and eat the stress away. 

Libations 317

If there’s ever a day you need a drink, it’s Tax Day! And craft cocktail bistro Libations 317 is an obvious choice for imbibing thanks to its extensive cocktail, beer and wine list—plus delish food menu to round out your drinking sesh. Pro tip: Go between 6 and 8pm for Monday “brinner”!

Wye Hill Kitchen & Brewing

Views, brews and elevated bar food—what better way to celebrate finishing up your taxes?! And just in time for Tax Day, Wye’s released new beer and spring food and cocktail menus—think pan-roasted salmon and carrot soup, and the Clear Eyes, Can’t Lose. Something to drink and live by, eh? 

Tin Roof Raleigh

Dance like no one’s watching—or like you didn’t owe a bunch of money to the government—at Glenwood South’s fave live music bar. Monday is game night, and cash prizes just might help fill that hole in your wallet. May the odds be ever in your favor!





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