WildTale Happy Hour

There’s nothing fishy about the
ale Happy Hour

If there’s anything I like better than happy hour, it’s a seafood enhanced happy hour where you really get more bang for your buck. And at the WildTale Happy Hour, it’s easy to go bang bang.


WildTale changes up the selections of their happy hour periodically with the most recent menu change occurring just before Christmas. On this happy hour menu, the cheapest item is Grilled Fanny Bay Oysters or Crispy Fried Oysters at $2.50 a pop. Although most happy hour oysters are $1, well the Grilled Fanny Bay Oysters are not only ginormous but tender and tasty. Because of the raw oyster advisory this winter, I was happy to enjoy the grilled oysters.

WildTale also has happy hour items which are not on any other seafood happy hour menus such as:

Salmon Poppers which are battered pieces of happiness with moist salmon served with a pickle and dill dipping sauce,


Oh poke me, I think I’m dreaming as there’s actually Hawaiian Poke which makes any sashimi fan ha-ha-ha-happy served with chips.

You could feast on just the Blackened Tacos alone as they’re pretty substantial with the sweet mango pineapple salsa that paired so well with the fish.


There’s also other non-seafood items such as Beef Carpaccio, Cheese Croquettes, Parmesan Fries and BBQ Wings for those people who aren’t into seafood.


As for drink choices, there is draft beer for $5, cocktails for $6 and $7 with choices such as Margaritas or Daiquiris or even a Classic Martini which I’ve never seen offered for any happy hour specials. I love that wine is offered at three price levels $5, $6 or $7 depending on the quality you want, with the $5 selection being the House Wine and the $7 selection being Quail’s Gate Chenin Blanc and Santa Julia Malbec, both of which are great wines.

WildTale’s happy hour is offered daily from 3-6 pm and 9 pm to close. And judging from the bustling crowd gathered here, it truly is the happiest hour of all.





Editor in Chief of Fabulously Frugal in Vancouver.

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  1. Jocelyn    

    Thanks for the detailed post! Do you happen to know what their house wines selections are? Thanks!

    1. Dianne    

      I think it’s BC wine, but I’m not sure. Most places that list “house wine” usually rotate them

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