Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Hump Day: Happy hours for tonight

Posted By on Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 3:37 PM

Each Wednesday on Bloglander, we give you a taste of happy hours going on at bars around town that night. (Read previous posts.)

Reminding everyone that October means it's time to celebrate the micro brew. Oktoberfest joints all over Eastern Washington will be offering beer tastings and bratwurst in honor of this European tradition throughout this month. Coeur d'Alene will be beerafied this first weekend in October. Across downtown Coeur d'Alene, German beer and food will be served up alongside fancy mustard.

The Screaming Yak will be offering brats and beer this weekend. For this Wednesday's happy hour, the Screaming Yak is offering $1 domestic bottles, $3 Captain Morgan drinks, $4 Crown Royal. $2.75 pints of Blue Moon and $5.55 appetizers from 3-6 pm. 

At Lit'z, (which also happens to be hosting their very own Oktoberfest mid-October) $4 will get you a shot of any whiskey—including top shelf, $2.75 domestic bottles of beer,  50 cents of pitchers, $3 well drinks. Offered until 7 pm.

In the Valley, the Brass Faucet is offering $3 wells and $2.50 drafts for happy hour.

At Scratch in Coeur d'Alene bottles of wine are half priced. We recommend going for the Coeur d'Alene Cellars Mourvedre or the Canoe Ridge Chardonnay.

In downtown Spokane Agave will be having a Wednesday celebration of their own. Premium wells are $5, a house margarita is $5, a glass of house red or white is $4, domestic beer pints are a dollar, import draft pints are $3.50. Known for their amazing Mexican food, they are offering a lobster quesadilla for $7, smoked pork ribs for $6, Kalbi short ribs for $4, tuna ceviche for $7, chorizo steamed clams for $6, sweet potato fries for $4, carne asada or chicken tacos two for $4, chipotle grilled prawns for $7, pear and arugula salad for $4 and chicken or beef burritos for $7. This goes on until 6 pm and from 10 pm-midnight.  

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