Wine, Beer & Cocktail Specials At Winston-Salem Restaurants

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Cheers Winston-Salem! With all the change-over in the restaurant and bar scene, how are you supposed to keep track of drink specials? We bring you the best deals by day.

There is even more to celebrate when it’s half price wine in Winston-Salem, NC at area restaurants. Use this handy guide to cocktail, beer and wine specials in Winston-Salem to plan your next date, girls’ night out, dinner, meeting or book club and raise your glass without raising your bill.

Note: This is not an all-inclusive list of all drinks specials across Winston-Salem. Know of other drinks specials? Please share in the comments below so we can keep our listing updated.

Specials are listed alphabetically by the restaurant/bar under the day and type of drink. Please contact the restaurant/bar for confirmation. Cheers!

Monday Drink Specials

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Tuesday Drink Specials

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Wednesday Drink Specials

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Drink Specials Almost Every Night

We would be remiss if we did not include Thirsty Pallet in this listing. With specials almost every night that constantly change, except for one, Fireball Friday with $4 Fireballs, Thirsty Pallet is a place where you can always find a special! They also feature events like karaoke, music bingo, and free darts. Follow Thirsty Pallet’s Facebook page.

Thursday Drink Specials

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Friday Drink Specials

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Saturday Drink Specials

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  • HakkaChow – $2 off draft & $1.50 off bottles
  • Quiet Pint – $1 off all NC draft beers
  • ROAR – 1/2 price select beers on beer wall

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Sunday Drink Specials

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What Are The Best Winston-Salem Restaurants?

When seeking Winston-Salem restaurants, you can find examples of almost all the large chains, from steakhouses to international fare to fast-food burger and fries. But if you are willing to get away from the city’s main retail areas, you can find a good range of food choices at moderate prices. There is plenty of traditional American fare from dirt-cheap to surprisingly expensive; southern and comfort food restaurants from cafeteria style to white-table cloth establishments; and a heavy dose of diners. Farm-to-table restaurants that buy local fresh produce from area farms (many organic) are on the rise. Check out our comprehensive Winston-Salem restaurant guide for more.

What is your favorite beverage deal in town? Let us know in the comments.

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