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Is it happier the second time around?

Restaurant trend:
Many bars, restaurants and lounge-ries are offering two happy hours; one early, one late. 
Be HAPPY x 2!

Rain Lounge
1009 W. First Ave.Downtown Spokane • 509 456-5656
Happy Hour daily 4-6 pm, 10 pm-close. Every Wednesday is half off bottles of wine.

Steelhead Bar and Grill
218 N. Howard St. Downtown Spokane • 509 747-1303
Happy Hour Mon-Fri 3- 5:30 pm, Mon-Thur 9-close pm, and all day Sunday.

Twigs Bistro and Martini Bar
SOUTH HILL 4320 S Regal • 509 443-8000
DOWNTOWN RPS 808 W. Main Ave. • 509 456-8794
NORTH WANDERMERE 401 E Farwell •509 465-8794    
VALLEY MALL 14728 E Indiana • 509 290-5636
Happy Hour daily 3-6 pm, 9pm-close.

The Onion
DOWNTOWN 302 West Riverside Street • 509 747-3852
NORTH  7522 North Division Street • 509 482-6100
Happy Hour daily 4-6pm 9pm-close

C.I. Shenanigans
332 N. Spokane Falls Ct. Downtown Spokane • 509 455-6690
Happy Hour daily 3-6 pm, 9 pm-close.
*Request local. Wine list needs more local selections

621 W. Mallon St. Downtown Spokane • 509 328-5965
Happy Hour daily 3-6 pm, 9 pm-close.
*Request local. Wine list needs more local selections

401 W. Main St. Downtown Spokane • 509 747-3946
Happy Hour daily 4-6 pm, 10 pm-close. Offers $1 off all drinks.

Vin Rouge
3029 E. 29th Ave. South Hill Spokane • 509-535-8800
Happy Hour daily 2:30 - 5:30, 9pm until close

The Melting Pot
707 West main (Crescent Building 2nd Floor Skywalk) Downtown Spokane • 509 926-8000
Happy Hour daily 4-6pm, 9pm-close

The Davenport Tower Safari Room
 111 South Post Downtown Spokane • 509 455-8888
Happy Hour daily 4-6pm, 9pm-close

Bardenay Restaurant and Distillery
1710 North Riverstone Drive Coeur d'Alene ID • 208 765-1540
Happy Hour daily 4-6pm, 9pm-close

Max at Mirabeau
1100 North Sullivan Road Spokane Valley • 509 922-6252
Happy Hour 3-6pm, 9pm-close


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