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Happy Hour of the Week: Saranac Public House

Details + don’t miss: A pub with generous Happy Hour hours! Flatbreads and starters are $3 off; chips and salsa is $3; and house wines, well drinks and draft beer are $1 off. Bar food to the core was ordered – pepperoni and Thai flatbreads, pretzels and wings with honey Siracha sauce – and washed down with Bad Granny hard cider from Wenatchee.

Happy Hour of the Week: Table 13 Restaurant & Whiskey Bar

Details + don’t miss: Table 13’s Happy Hour is truly a Happy Hour because it’s one hour daily. All alcoholic beverages are 50%. Any whiskey cocktail by mixologist Zac Fullerton is a solid choice. Food isn’t discounted, but you can’t go wrong with stir-fried black quinoa, poke crisps and shoestring potatoes for small plates. Pro tip: Happy Hour is 4-6 p.m. daily at all Davenport properties (it’s 5-6 p.m. at Table 13 because Table 13 opens at 5 p.m.)

Happy Hour of the Week: Hops n Drops

Details + don’t miss: The Spokane Valley Mall and Northside locations have the same menus. Bountiful food options are $6.25-$9.50 each during Happy Hour, and there are well drinks ($5.75), domestic beers ($5.25), craft beers ($5.75) and more. Up north, the feast included boneless wings, cheese curds, fish tacos, flatbreads, taquitos and cocktails. Plus reverse Happy Hour!

Happy Hour of the Week: Heritage Bar & Kitchen

Details + don’t miss: Happy Hour is $2 off appetizers, $3.50 well drinks, $4.50 tap beer and $5.50 house wine. Chicken strips with curly fries, the soup of the day (a thick, super-cheesy and delicious broccoli cheddar) and a cider from One Tree Cider House were highlights during a recent stop at the cozy and friendly establishment.

Happy Hour of the Week: Whispers Lounge at Coeur d’Alene Resort

A reverse Happy Hour that could double for dinner, as appetizers – calamari, prime rib sliders, mahi tacos, salmon cakes, hummus sampler and much more – are half price. With the discounted prices on food, enjoy an Old Fashioned made with the resort’s Maker’s Mark Barrel 1 created last year in Kentucky.

Happy Hour of the Week: Nudo Ramen House North

Details + don’t miss: Happy Hour at the downtown and north Spokane locations are identical, plus 35% off rose on Sundays, all-day Happy Hour on Mondays, $3 pints starting at 6 p.m. on Tuesdays, 20% off sake bottles on Wednesdays and 50% off bottles of wine on Thursdays. The larger north locale, however, also serves sushi, and the Happy Hour crunchy and Washington rolls are standouts.

Happy Hour of the Week: Nudo Ramen House Downtown

Details + don’t miss: At the downtown Spokane location, Happy Hour is $1 off beer, $2 off cocktails, $2 off glasses of wine and 50% off a list of appetizers – spring rolls, cha shao bao, General Tso’s chicken, salt and basil chicken and popcorn shrimp.

Happy Hour of the Week: River Rock Taphouse

Details + don’t miss: River Rock Taphouse opened in the Chronicle building in June, and its Happy Hour is $4 well drinks, $4 pints, $5 Bloody Mary’s and 20% off appetizers. A recent stop included chili, cauliflower bites and the cider and hard seltzer on tap. A notable weekly special is Taco Tuesday, with three street tacos for $5.

Happy Hour of the Week: Bonefish Grill at NorthTown

Details + don’t miss: The focus is on Martini Mondays, when Bonefish’s sweet dessert concoctions are $7 apiece. The espresso martini is caffeinated deliciousness alongside corn chowder and a Bonefish salad. The regular Happy Hour menu includes $6 bar bites, $6 select spirits, $5 hand-crafted cocktails and martinis, $4 wines and $1 off draft beers.

Happy Hour of the Week: The Boiler Room

Details + don’t miss: New management has revamped Happy Hour times and menu items, which are now $5 (well drinks, draft beers and house wine), $6 (nachos, cheesy bread, Brussels and bacon and potato wedges) and $7 (personal pizzas with two toppings). From the regular pizza menu, Pesto Pie and Fireball (meat and spicy peppers) are two favorites.

Happy Hour of the Week: Baby Bar

There’s nothing infantile about Baby Bar downtown, as its Happy Hour lineup seven days a week is $3 domestics, $4 draft beer, $4 well drinks, $5 house wines, $5 bartender’s choice and $5 flatbreads. The hideaway bar is cozy and hip, without even trying, and features friendly service and regular live music. Who could ask for anything more?

Happy Hour of the Week: Locust Cider & Brewing

The chain’s Spokane outlet opened Nov. 29. Choose any flatbread pizzas – from the interesting and fun Pork Burnt Ends, Frito Pie Pie and Brie Baron to the classic Pepperoni and Cheese – and add a pint of cider or beer for $10.

Happy Hour of the Week: Cascadia Public House

Details + don’t miss: Did somebody say $5 house margaritas? Yes, please. Also: domestic drafts are $2.50, house liquor is $3.50, house wine is $4, and microbrews are $5. The pub menu, including vegan-friendly options, includes hummus and bread, a pretzel with mustard and beer cheese, herb and parmesan fries and chips and salsa. Did somebody say $5 house margaritas?

Happy Hour of the Week: Umi Kitchen and Sushi Bar

Details + don’t miss: Umi’s cool downstairs lounge with a view opens at 5 p.m. Sundays in Kendall Yards and is Happy Hour the entire time, a perfect way to end the weekend or start the week. Oyster shooters are a solid opener, followed up with gyoza and yellowtail kama (the tender collar of a fish). Add to the evening with a perfectly sour New York Sour served in a martini glass.

Happy Hour of the Week: Wandering Table

Details + don’t miss: The menu is Taste & Bites, Sweet Sides and bottled beer for $4; well drinks and daily red or white wine for $6; and $3 off house cocktails. Deviled eggs, pepper spiced chips, duck bacon, spaghetti-stuffed meatballs, a warm chocolate brownie and olive oil gelato were enjoyed with an Old Fashioned and a Hemingway. Everything is

Happy Hour of the Week: Bistango Martini Lounge

Details + don’t miss: $3 beer, $5 wine and premium wells and $7 martinis. Eats are $5-$12. A recent stop included an antipasto plate, prawn cocktail and fish and chips – all are great – and running into Ralph Water, the S-R’s sports editor. Friendly bartender Ryan makes an excellent Bombay Sapphire martini extra dirty, extra olives. A return is in order soon to this gem with late-night hours.

Happy Hour of the Week: the Onion Bar & Grill North Spokane

Details + don’t miss: Discounts for wine, beer, wells and growlers are $1-$3, while the food takes the spotlight. Signature onion rings are 50% off, and $6 bites include a burger, fry platter and meat lovers, margarita, Thai, Hawaiian and pepperoni personal pizzas. The Onion downtown (302 W. Riverside Ave.) offers the same Happy Hour specials.

Happy Hour of the Week: Poole’s Public House North

Locals sports bar Poole’s features 50% off alcoholic beverages during Happy Hour and late-night and comfort food. Be sure to check out the daily food and drink specials. A visit on Taco Tuesday included a Dulce Vida grapefruit margarita and excellent (and spicy) steak nachos.

Happy Hour of the Week: The Barrel Steak & Seafood House

One of the best Happy Hours in recent memory, the discounts at the Barrel Steak & Seafood House are extensive: $4 draft beer; $5 Crown Royal; $7 top shelf and signature cocktails; and eight menu items for $8 each.