Locations with Happy Hour

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  • Pho City

    112 N. Howard St. Spokane - Downtown


    The recipes at Pho City came directly from Vietnam with the Nguyen family who owns it. On the menu, there is of course the pho: Choose from chicken or beef, both served with a plate of bean sprouts, Thai basil, cilantro and hoisin and Sriracha sauce that you can add to your pho as you wish. For a lighter choice, go for the spring rolls or the bánh mÏ grilled pork sandwich with carrots and other vegetables.


    • $1 off beer

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, Sat, 2 pm-4 pm

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  • Piccolo Artisan Pizza Kitchen

    21718 E. Mission Liberty Lake


    Honing in on traditional Italian cooking skills, the crew at Piccolo hopes to provide an authentic experience with their pies, cooked in the Naples style. Try the classic Margherita or a pesto-based Ortaggio for a little bite of Italy. Sticking with tradition, you can plan on pairing your pizza with a selection of Italian (and some Washington) wines. (Nov. 2015)


    • $2 off draft beers, $12 select pitchers, $2 wine; half-off all small plates

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, 3 pm-6 pm

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  • PJ's Pub

    1717 N. Monroe Spokane - North


    In PJ’s, my ears are assaulted with loud rock music in the vein of 3 Doors Down, Staind and Daughtry. I flinch. I’m on a level a few feet higher than a pool game and the bar. Stairs lead up to another level with more pool, darts and a karaoke pit. Some raucous and strange woman is yelling at me. I smile and ignore her. Sitting upstairs, I see layers of different decorating philosophies — and perhaps eras — from this one vantage: stucco on one wall, wood paneling on another, straight-up wood on one more and brick. This, without a doubt, is a dive. (ND)



    • $3.50 wells, $3.25 domestic drafts

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun, 3 pm-7 pm

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  • Poole's Public House

    101 E. Hastings Road Spokane - North


    Poole’s Public House is an excuse for owner Scott Poole to get back to his roots — both childhood and ancestral. Poole returned to his native north Spokane to open the English-inspired pub/restaurant/sports bar with a healthy menu. House favorites include the Devils on Horseback, an English recipe of dates marinated in soy ginger, stuffed with almonds and wrapped in bacon, but traditional meals, like bangers and mash and English po’ boy sandwiches, are popular, too. Don’t forget the dozen English brews and local beer on tap. (July 2013)



    • $2.50 all 16 oz. domestic drafts, $3.50 all 16 oz. micro drafts, $3 bottled domestic beer, $3.50 wells, $4 house wine; $5 appetizers

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, Sat, 3 pm-6 pm

    1 event 1 article
  • Poole's Public House (South Hill)

    5620 S. Regal, Ste. 1 Spokane - South


    The Pooles, with a winning formula in hand, figured they would try to replicate their success in the Wandermere area by opening a second location on the South Hill, where the couple has lived for more than 25 years. The menu continues to offer a bevy of sandwiches big enough to split, as well as items like fish tacos, salads, and comfort-food entrées like bangers and mash and baby back ribs. (July 2016)


    • $2.50 all 16 oz. domestic drafts, $3.50 all 16 oz. micro drafts, $3 bottled domestic beer, $3.50 wells, $4 house wine; $5 appetizers

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, Sat, 3 pm-6 pm

    1 article
  • Post Street Ale House

    1 N. Post St. Spokane - Downtown


    Post Street’s prime downtown Spokane location, across from the Davenport Hotel, draws a mix of businessmen, concertgoers, sports fans and college kids. If you go, try the burger, which pairs well with the house sauce. Feeling more adventurous? Go for the fried pickle, a sweet, deep-fried morsel that can be enjoyed with one of their 26 beers. (July 2013)


    • Half off all beer, alcohol and appetizers

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun, 4 pm-6 pm

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  • Press

    909 S. Grand Blvd. Spokane - South


    What is a tasteful, modern coffeehouse in the morning transforms to a trendy neighborhood bar at night. It’s conceivable to spend an entire day at Press, starting with coffee or pressed juice and ending with a glass of wine, a beer or an inventive cocktail like the (fresh-pressed) grapefruit martini. (July 2013)


    • $1 off craft drafts, $1 off house Merlot, Cabernet, and Chardonnay, $1 off well drinks

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun, 3 pm-7 pm

    1 event 1 article
  • Prohibition Gastropub

    1914 N. Monroe Spokane - North


    Prohibition's candy-coated bacon is one highlight of the restaurant's classic gastropub fare, a menu of burgers, sandwiches, salads and savory, indulgent appetizers. Chef John Leonetti also makes his own beef patty mix for Prohibition's burgers, adding an unusual ingredient alongside the seasoning: coffee grounds. In the bar, the focus leans toward whiskey, bourbon and scotch, but also features several local and regional beer tap handles and regional wines. (July 2016)


    • $1 off drafts, $2.50 domestics, $0.50 off wells

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun, 4 pm-7 pm

    1 event 1 article
  • Prospectors

    12611 N. Division St. Spokane - North


    Prospectors’ natural log interior and granite fireplaces give this north-side restaurant a mountain lodge feel. So of course what you want here is comfort food. And that’s what you get at Prospectors. In epic portions. Burgers, brick-oven-cooked pizza, po’ boys and “Mom’s Meatloaf” are served up at lunch and dinner, and hearty country-style breakfasts start the morning right. (July 2013)


    • $5 house wine, Bloody Mary, house amber ale, margarita and Rum runner; $5 appetizer menu including sliders, fries, pizzas and more

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun, 3 pm-6 pm

  • Rain Lounge

    1007 W. First Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    While it’s an ideally located place for a drink before or after an event at the Fox, you don’t need to have somewhere else to go to enjoy Rain Lounge. But come hungry, because this brick-brimmed bar that shares a kitchen with Scratch Restaurant has late night and happy hour menus, and a generous selection of wine, beer and high-end cocktails. (July 2013)


    • $5 well drinks, $5 house wine, $4 draft beer, $7 Rain Drop martinis; $5-$12 appetizers

      Mon, Tues, 11 am-10 pm

  • Red Dragon Chinese

    1406 W. Third Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    With an unassuming exterior and neighboring the likes of a liquor store and a Moneytree, Red Dragon Delivery might be easily misunderstood. What most don’t know is that they offer an extensive vegan and vegetarian menu in addition to Chinese delivery favorites like Sweet and Sour Pork. Try the Orange Tofu if you’ve been craving a Panda Express-esque meal, or their vegan rice noodles with broccoli. As you might expect from their name — they deliver. (July 2013)


    • $3.25 well drinks, $3.50 select premiums

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, 4 pm-7 pm

    2 events
  • Red Lion BBQ

    126 N. Division St. Spokane - Downtown


    Red Lion BBQ is known for strong drinks, great wings and an incredibly casual atmosphere (not exactly a first-date venue). This legendary sports bar also is a non-official gathering place for University of Montana alums... unless there are other people who go to a bar to watch the Grizzlies. Unique in that this place stays open well into the late-night hours, the Red Lion serves barbecue standards like tri-tip and ribs, but they also do salmon and a long list of hot sandwiches. (July 2013)


    • $0.50 off all drinks

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, 11 am-6 pm

  • Red Room Lounge

    521 W. Sprague Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    The Red Room focuses on bringing in live music, drawing young-ish weekend partiers and maintaining its fun and festive vibe. Its alcohol selection is so big the bartender needs a ladder to reach everything. It’s also home to one of the best in-house sound systems in town, so both the live shows and DJs sound top notch. (July 2013)


    • $1 off beer, $1 off well drinks

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, 5 pm-7 pm

    2 events
  • The Ref Sports Bar

    14208 E. Sprague Ave. Spokane Valley


    With a giant jumbotron that mimics what you’d typically see hanging at a sports arena, The Ref is committed to meeting all your game-watching needs. During football season you can settle in for breakfast and stay all day long. Monday night football brings a team from Rock 94½ and a crowd of faithful fans. (July 2013)


    • $10 pick two appetizers, $2 PBR, $3 domestic pints, $4 microbrew pints, $4 Fireball

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, 4 pm-6 pm

  • Remington's Restaurant & Lounge

    8909 W. Airport Dr, Spokane Airway Heights


    Remington's is divided into three parts: the lounge, the café and the dining room. If you want drinks, go for the lounge. If you want cheap, go for the café — it's not as plush and intimate as the dining room, but the prices are a lot lower. (CJ)


    • $3 drafts, $3 well drinks, $3 house wine

      Weds, Thurs, Fri, Sat, 4 pm-6 pm

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  • Republic Pi

    611 E. 30th Spokane - South



    • $1 off wells, wine and all pints; food items from $1.50-$9

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, Sat, 2 pm-5 pm

    1 article
  • Rico's

    200 E. Main St. Moscow/Pullman


    Usually a bar is a place to gather with friends and drink. Rico’s book-lined interior, however, gives students a study spot and an excuse to study under the influence. If you prefer to keep your nightlife and work life separate, there is also live jazz music and an ever-changing beer selection. (July 2013)


    • $0.50 off all drinks

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun, 4:30 pm-7 pm

    2 events
  • Rincon Tapatio

    1212 N. Hamilton St. Spokane - East


    Rincon Tapatio is at the top of the family-owned-Mexican-restaurant ladder, especially if you’re one of those people who differentiate between a taquito and flauta. We appreciate the menu’s variety (extended categories include “eggs,” “vegetarian” and “American”), the presentation of entrées (on hubcap-sized platters), and the overhead sombrero lamps. (July 2013)


    • $2 domestic beers, $3 Mexican beers, $5 margaritas, $6 flavored margaritas, $4 well drinks, $4 sangria; $6-$7.50 appetizers

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, 3 pm-6 pm

  • Ripples Riverside Grill

    700 N. Division St. Spokane - Downtown


    Ripples constantly has a band playing, a drink special or two, and a good view of Spokane scenery. Pair this with classic American cuisine and a casual atmosphere, and you have a great place for lunch and a few drinks after dinner. Sit on the patio during the summer for lunch and enjoy the Spokane River. Enjoy the indoor dining hall when temperatures cool. (February 2013)


    • $3 domestic drafts, $3 wells, $5 cabernet and chardonnay; $6-$7 appetizers

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun, 4 pm-6 pm

  • The Roadhouse

    20 N. Raymond Rd. Spokane Valley


    A couple of country spots have popped up in Spokane within the past year. Ride “Yo Momma,” the rowdy mechanical bull, or line dance to a live country band at The Roadhouse in Spokane Valley. Not sure how to get down, country style? They host swing and line dance lessons, and even the urban cowboys will appreciate the large patio and outdoor volleyball court. (July 2013)


    • $1 PBR pints, $2.50 wells $2 domestic bottles; $2.50 off appetizers

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun, 4 pm-6 pm

    4 events
  • The Rock Bar & Lounge

    13921 E. Trent Ave., Spokane Valley Spokane - East


    The Rock’s classic rock atmosphere can be seen even in its menu, where items are named after rock-and-roll legends. This place is equipped with a game room, large patio, and plenty of TVs.


    • $2 domestic pints

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, 2 pm-6 pm

    1 event
  • Rock City Grill

    2911 E. 57th Ave. Spokane - South


    The restaurant plans to reopen on the South Hill, in the former Famous Ed's location, on July 10.


    • $6 martinis, $3.50 wine glasses, $4 micros and wells, $3 drafts; All menu items 25% off

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, 2 pm-6 pm

    3 articles
  • Rocker Room

    216 E. Coeur d'Alene Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls



    • $1 off all drinks

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun, 4 pm-6 pm

  • Safari Room

    111 S. Post St. Spokane - Downtown


    The little sibling of the Davenport’s Peacock Room, the Safari Room mimics the Gilded Age splendor of the original while projecting a Hemingway-style masculinity. The drink menu is huge, and the top-shelf selection is extensive. The food offerings span breakfast, lunch, and dinner — as you’d expect from The Davenport, the quality is exceptional. Happy hour runs from 4-6 pm and features half-price flatbreads and half-price drinks. If you’re ending your night at this upscale enclave, order one last martini and take advantage of the late night menu. (July 2013)


    • half off all drinks, half off flatbread

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun, 4 pm-6 pm

  • Santé Restaurant & Charcuterie

    404 W. Main Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    There are many reasons everyone raves about this local, fine-dining stalwart. The award-winning, French inspired eatery, run by Chef Jeremy Hansen, is unlike any other in town, with its unwavering adherence to sustainable food practices, including a nose-to-tail butchering philosophy and the careful selection of only the best ingredients from area farms. Almost every item (save for things like cheese) on the menu, from the meat to the sauces and bread, are made in house, and the staff at Santé can tell you exactly where each ingredient in your dish came from.


    • $2 off house cocktails, wine and draft beer; 20% off small plates

      Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun, 3 pm-5 pm

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