Capt’n Butchers Happy Hour Menu and Prices

Capt'n Butchers Happy Hour
Capt'n Butchers Happy Hour

Our team visited Capt’n Butcher’s in Sebastian Wednesday to check out their Happy Hour menu and prices. We were delighted with the options and service.

We were greeted by Shelli, the bartender, and managers Bridget and Kris, who answered all of our questions about their Happy Hour drinks and $5 appetizers. The service was excellent!

Happy Hour is daily from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; it consists of $1 off on Well Drinks, Select Draft Beers, Bottle Beers, and Select Wines. If you wish they also have “A Bucket of Beer,” 5 Budwisers for $13.00.

Additionally, they have an extensive beer selection including a few IPA’s on draft as well. However, they are not included in Happy Hour.

Capt’n Butcher’s Happy Hour Appetizer Menu includes Buffalo Chicken Strips, Prime Rib Sliders, Loaded Fries, Grilled Mahi Tacos, Peel & Eat Shrimp, and Smoked Fish Dip all for just $5.00 each. We were pleasantly surprised by the serving size.

Happy Hour Appetizer Menu is available at the bar only from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily, excluding holidays.

Shrimp Appetizer
Shrimp Appetizer
Fish Dip
Fish Dip
Grilled Mahi Tacos
Grilled Mahi Tacos
Prime Rib Sliders
Prime Rib Sliders
Wine and Cocktail Menu
Wine and Cocktail Menu
Bucket of Budweisers for $13
Bucket of Budweisers for $13

On the outside deck, they have a large bar with a stunning view of the river and the Sebastian Inlet far in the distance. On this particular day, the bar was quite busy as their Happy Hour is becoming more popular.

Capt’n Butcher’s Grille, Bar & Marina, is located at 1730 Indian River Drive in Sebastian, Florida. Parking available near the building and across the street.

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