The deals end with the Super Bowl.
There will be both an afternoon "Apertivo Hour" and a nighttime "Digestivo Hour," starting October 25th.
Royal hosts a new monthly kid- and parent-freindly happy hour and Oyster House brings out the Naked Cowboy.
The Culver City Brazilian makes Midtown Lunch break its own rules.
McGillin's begins Oktoberfest, and Frankford Hall starts happy hours.
The new weekly happy hour offers specially priced drinks and Basque bar snacks.
Other seven dollar edibles include a chorizo burger and fajita sliders.
A new selection of six dollar tapas and pintxos land in Joe Miller's Spanish restaurant.
The new rules will give bars more flexibility to dispense cheap drinks as they see fit.
Our favorite thing about the place is the booze, anyway.
The Thai street food restaurant starts a daily happy hour.
Two nights of sudsy fun will raise money for Share Our Strength.
Eh, but who's complaining about a perfect bridge between the two martini lunch and real happy hour?
If passed the proposed legislation will give bars the ability to host happy hours for up to 14-hours!
The stunning Indian offers cocktails and appetizers for six-dollars every Wednesday.
It's not a watered down Popov cocktail, but caviar-laced martinis from Petrossian.
Los Feliz's newest cocktail haunt at Alcove Bakery keeps you ahead of your hard-drinking East Coast friends.
The historic dive is keeping its weapons collection, just in case the expansion still finds you crowded by misbehaving students.
In addition to late-night dumplings, Chris Yeo's new L.A. restaurant starts a happy hour with low-priced bites.