Bombay Bar and Grill.
1315 21st Street
Sacramento, CA 95816
Happy Hour runs on Monday–Friday from 2pm–7pm.
The old reliable, Pabst Blue Ribbon (exactly when did it win a Blue Ribbon?) is only $1.50.
Well Drinks are only $3. Glasses of Chardonnay or Cabernet Sauvignon by Century Cellars will only put you back $3.
For only $5, you can get a Cosmopolitan, Tom Collins, Rob Roy, Rum Bombay, Paloma, or Manhattan.
For only $7, you can get a variety of top-shelf cocktails:
A Dr. K made with Stoli vodka, SoCo, Amaretto, Sweet and sour, and Orange juice.
The Citrus Rum Cooler featuring Malibu rum, orange liqueur, pineapple and cranberry juices.
The Screaming Cranberry Cooler made with Stolichnaya vodka, Amaretto, OJ, Sweet and sour, and cranberry juice.
You can also get some awesome specialty Martinis for $7:
The Loco Coco crafted from Stolichnaya vodka, Godiva Chocolate liqueur, and Bailey’s Irish Cream.
The Woo Woo, a fine creation made from Absolut vodka, peach schnapps, and cranberry juice.
Then there is the Velvet Drop, assembled from Ketel One vodka, Orange liqueur, Chambord raspberry liqueur, and sweet and sour.
The appetizer menu during happy hour ranges from $2 to $7.
The Masala Papadaam is $1.95, featuring roasted papayas, onions, tomatoes, cilantro, and Indian spices.
Vegetable Pakora is only $2.95. These are crispy fritters of spinach, cauliflower, and onions in a chickpea flour batter.
French Fries deep fried with Indian herbs go for only $2.95.
Onion Rings made from French onions, thick peas, and Italian herbs only costs you $3.95.
Samosa Chat with spicy garbanzo beans is also $3.95.
Chicken Pakora retails for $4.95 during Happy Hour.
Clay oven baked BBQ Chicken Wings run for $4.95.
Chile Chicken, boneless chicken cooked with bell peppers, onions, and Indian spices goes for only $6.95.
See Kebab runs for the sum of $6.95. This appetizer is minced lamb seasoned with green chili and then roasted in tandoor.
Bombay Bar and Grill has been voted best Indian Cuisine in Sacramento two years running by readers of Sacramento News & Review.
Not really a happy hour note, but everyone raves about the cantaloupe martini, so you should probably go out of your way to try it.
Professional Belly Dancers are in the house every Friday and Saturday night–hell yes!