It’s Saturday afternoon. The sun is shining. All you can think about is heading over to Atlantic Avenue to enjoy the weather, to people watch — all with a cocktail in hand. But, then again, some restaurants aim to please and support our eating and drinking habits, even on the weekends. For that, we rejoice and think — there’s never a bad time for happy hour. For all of the weekend happy hour seekers, we have a list of restaurants for you that offer happy hour seven days a week. The Atlantic Grille 1000 E. Atlantic Ave. (561) 665-4900, theatlanticgrille.com For a contemporary menu in a chic and sophisticated atmosphere, head over to The Atlantic Grille. From 4-7 p.m. daily, restaurant guests can enjoy $4 drinks. That includes house wine, draft beer and well cocktails, as well as $6 Svedka martinis and appetizers at a reduced price. City Oyster & Sushi Bar 213 E. Atlantic Ave. (561) 272-0220, cityoysterdelray.com For a popular mainstay on the Ave, where classic seafood dishes shine, City Oyster is a lively place for happy hour any night of the week. The expansive bar serves a variety of high end wine, beers, cocktails — even sake. From 4-7 p.m. at the bar, guests will enjoy 2-for-1 drinks and $1 off oysters. Now that’s a deal worth savoring. Cut 432 432 E. Atlantic Ave. (561) 272-9898, Cut432.com You haven’t been out in downtown Delray Beach until you’ve done happy hour at Cut432. Known for being one of the top steakhouses in the area, the restaurant also participates in offering a daily happy hour. From 5-7 p.m., guests can enjoy select cocktails for $5, house spirits & craft beers for $4, house wines for $3 and a special bar menu with snacks for $5. El Camino 15 NE 2nd Ave. (561) 865-5350, elcaminodelray.com To satisfy your Mexican food cravings, a trip to El Camino Tequila Bar will do the trick. El Camino offers a creative menu of upscale Mexican cuisine, using fresh, organic and local ingredients whenever possible. Happy Hour is available daily at the bar only between 4-7 p.m. Drinks are priced between $2-$5. They also offer a variety of food specials like $1 chips & salsa, $2 tacos and $4 for guacamole. Mellow Mushroom 25 SE 6th Ave. (561) 330-3040, mellowmushroom.com For happy hour, sometimes it’s all about the food, while other times it’s all about the drink. At Mellow Mushroom, the happy leans towards the drinking side of things, and we’re not complaining. For daily happy hour guests can enjoy house wines, cocktails and Smirnoff drinks for $3.50. Happy Hour goes until 7 p.m. The Office 201 E. Atlantic Ave. (888) 507-7463, theofficedelray.com You can never spend too much time in The Office — especially when there’s eating and drinking involved. Not only does The Office offer happy hour specials seven days a week, they offer the specials twice a day. Find a seat at the bar Sun – Thurs from 3-7 p.m. and again from 10 p.m. until close or between 3-6 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays and from midnight until close — and enjoy 50% off select drinks at the bar and special bar menu. Tryst 4 E. Atlantic Ave. (561) 921-0201, trystdelray.com For a local stomping ground with a hip, laid-back vibe, Tryst is sure to impress with their creative and seasonal menu. Everyday from 5-7 p.m. at the bar, guests can enjoy select wines for $4, well cocktails for $5 and 50% off drafts. There’s also a special bar menu with 8 different offerings. Vic & Angelo’s 290 E. Atlantic Ave. (561) 278-9570, vicandangelos.com Known for serving a menu of authentic Italian dishes in an upbeat setting (and for their ever-so-famous garlic bread), Vic & Angelo’s is also known for having one of the best happy hours. From 3-7 p.m. enjoy 50% off select drinks and a special bar menu.