When is Happy Hour? (A List of All the Happy Hours in Niue)© NiuePocketGuide.com
When is Happy Hour? (A List of All the Happy Hours in Niue)

When is Happy Hour? (A List of All the Happy Hours in Niue)

© NiuePocketGuide.com

When to Get Cheap Drinks in Niue

A day on an island getaway is not complete until it ends with a refreshing cocktail or beer at happy hour. With that in mind, we’ve put together a quick list of the happy hours in Niue so you know when each bar is having its discounted drinks!

Before we get into happy hour in Niue, be sure to bookmark the 5 Drinks in Niue You Have to Try so you know what to order.

The Top Bars to Try in Niue

Looking for a good watering hole in Niue? Try these!

  • All Relativf – Cocktail bar near the airport
  • Avi’s Ark – Craft beer and dancing on a Thursday
  • Matavai Resort Pool Bar – A bar by the pool and awesome views
  • Hio Cafe & Bar – Container bar overlooking the beach
  • Washaway Cafe – An honesty bar only open on a Sunday

Get more information on these bars and more in the 11 Best Bars in Niue. Plus, you might also like The 20 Best Restaurants in Niue.

When is Happy Hour in Niue?© NiuePocketGuide.com

Happy Hour at Niue’s Bars

So when can you get discounted drinks in Niue? Here is a list of the bars and restaurants in Niue with happy hour!

Scenic Matavai Resort: Daily, 5 pm to 6 pm

From 5 pm to 6 pm daily, the Scenic Matavai Resort in Tamakautoga has its daily happy hour at the Pool Bar and Dolphin Restaurant with discounts on beer and wine and cocktails for around NZ$14 each!

All Relativf: Monday to Saturday, 4 pm Onwards

A cocktail bar in the Swanson Complex, All Relativf mixes up a creative range of cocktails, mocktails, smoothies and more. Their happy “hour” is from 4 pm with discounted cocktails.

Vaiolama Cafe & Bar: Thursday, 5 pm Onwards

Watch the sunset on Thursday nights from the clifftop Vaiolama Cafe & Bar in Alofi. The cafe, which is usually a lunchtime joint, stays open late on a Thursday with their happy hour drinks and entertainment from 5 pm.

Avi’s Ark: Thursday, 4 pm to 6 pm

Get in early with some discounted craft beer and cider at Avi’s Ark before the karaoke and dancing gets underway on a Thursday night. Happy hour is from 4 pm to 6 pm.

Hio Cafe & Bar: Friday, 5 pm Onwards

Located between Tuapa and Namukulu, the Hio Cafe & Bar is your go-to at the northern end of the island. Their happy hour is from 5 pm on Fridays only. Pair your cocktail, beer or wine with some amazing food, as described in the 20 Best Restaurants in Niue.

Learn more about the food some of these bars and restaurants have on offer in The Guide to the Best Eats & Restaurants in Niue.

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Alternative Bars in Niue

We understand that happy hour can be a little restrictive, so if you’re looking for more places to have a drink in Niue, you have more options…

  • Washaway Cafe – Only open on Sundays in Avatele, the bar is a serve-yourself honesty bar
  • Bo’s Bar by the Runway – In the departure lounge of Hanan Airport serving beer and wine
  • Claytons Bar – A local jaunt in Alofi open for events like darts and bingo
  • Alofi Rugby Club – Party with the locals on Saturday nights.

Learn more about these bars and more in the 11 Best Bars in Niue. Plus, see more events happening through the evenings in Niue in The Ultimate Guide to the Niue Nightlife.

More About Cheap Drinks in Niue

That’s it for our list of happy hours for most bars in Niue. For more about eating, drinking and being merry, check out these guides:

Finally, if there’s anything we’ve missed anything, you’re likely to find it in The Ultimate Guide to the Niue Nightlife.


Robin C.

This article was reviewed and published by Robin, the co-founder of Niue Pocket Guide. He has lived, worked and travelled across 16 different countries before settling in the South Pacific, so he knows a thing or two about planning the perfect trip in this corner of the world. He is also consulting regularly with Niue Tourism to ensure content accuracy. Robin is also the co-founder of several other South Pacific travel guides and is a regular host of webinars with the South Pacific Tourism Organisation.

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