Happy Hours in Spokane and surrounding areas: Coeur d'Alene, Post Falls, Sandpoint

Happy Hour Guide 2015, and Introducing the Drinkspotter

We like to hit the bars early here in the Inland Northwest. Need proof? Try to call someone on their office line after 4 pm on a sunny Friday afternoon. Whoever you're trying to reach has already departed for his or her favorite patio and a discounted cocktail.

For the first time ever, the Inlander has collected a sampling of the region's happy hour specials and compiled them for you in this handy and supremely useful guide. Armed with this pullout section (and its accompanying mobile website), you'll never be at a loss for where to head for some early drinks. You can find our giant list of Happy Hour specials right here.

We're also bringing you stories about craft beer, eating late at night, finding the fancy spots that offer happy hours and the skinny on some of the area's most outrageously cheap drinks. Bottoms up, and we'll see you out at the bar soon.

Meet the Drinkspotter

We at the Inlander love a good deal almost as much as an after-work cocktail. So it was only a matter of time before need and inspiration collided to create DRINKSPOTTER, our new Happy Hour app. Find it at Inlander.com/drinkspotter, or from your phone, simply go to Inlander.com and find the Drinkspotter button on our mobile homepage.

On Drinkspotter, you'll find the region's best database of Happy Hour deals, listed by the nearest location. (Make sure your phone's location setting is turned on.) Also, you can sort deals by neighborhood, category or name. Click on a location and — viola! — there's everything you need.

We recommend you save Drinkspotter for later, and in that regard, you have a couple of options. 1. Bookmark it on your phone. 2. Save a shortcut to your home screen. Also, send feedback or suggest corrections to any information via happyhour@inlander.com.

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About The Author

Mike Bookey

Mike Bookey is the culture editor for The Inlander. He previously held the same position at The Source Weekly in Bend, Ore.