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  • The Wave

    525 W. First Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-747-2023

    Formerly Raw Sushi, the Wave morphed from Raw’s Hawaiian-Sushi fusion into Hawaiian-Sushi-American sports bar. Customers at The Wave can bite into a burger, follow it with a sushi roll and partake in the sweet sounds of amateur karaoke, while watching Monday Night Football on one of 23 HD screens. Restaurant workers in Spokane tend to have a special fondness for The Wave: On Sundays, it gives anyone from the service industry 25 percent off.
  • Whisk

    17 W. Main Spokane - Downtown

    509-279-2934

    The owners of Browne's Addition staple Pacific Avenue Pizza hoped to diversify their customer base when opening up a bar, too. This hole-in-the-wall bar located downtown is so small, you may have walked right past it. Next to the Saranac Commons and Merlyn's, the sleek, black, minimalist outside reflects what’s on the inside, too. Centered around a whiskey theme, Whisk serves up some specialty cocktails alongside beer and wine. (Dec. 2015)
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  • Whispers Lounge

    115 S. Second Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-765-4000

    Whispers is a sexy hideaway worth seeking out, even if you’re not staying at the Coeur d’Alene Resort. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide million-dollar sunset views of the lake. Sink into one of the modern club chairs that line the backlit bar or up the romance by taking a seat outdoors. Small, cozy seating arrangements, lit by by flames shooting up clear glass cylinders, make this the perfect place for a tryst.
  • Wild Bill's Longbar

    405 S. First St. Cheney

    509-235-4758

    Wild Bill's exoticness makes it a draw. That, and who doesn't want to drink in a bar completely lined with stuffed animal heads? As it's still relatively new in town, expect close-proximity drunkenness and frat guys trying to stake their claim.

  • Zeppoz

    780 SE Bishop Blvd. Moscow/Pullman

    509-334-7101

  • Zola

    22 W. Main Spokane - Downtown

    509-624-2416

    Quirky and casual, Zola mixes good food, cold drinks and cheap prices into one mean happy hour. Zola partner Jeff Short says the downtown bar holds its happy hour to high standards. “It’s not just our prices,” he says. “Everything we do is made from scratch. We make sure everything is a 9 or 10.” Stop by after work to wind down with their $5.50 food menu. Nothing calms workplace rage like listening to live music from a tilt-o-whirl booth. (July 2013)
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