Fall happy hour deals that last all--or most--of the night

SHOREbar is offering top-notch cocktails for rock-bottom prices during its happy hour.
(Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times)

Fall has fallen and with shorter days come longer nights. That means more time to get your happy hour on. Gone are the days when happy hour was a flash in the pan--lasting from 4 to 6--and ending before you could take two sips of your lukewarm Bud Lite special.

The recession has spurred restaurants and bars across town to create happy hours that last all--or most--of the night. And we’re not talking about promotions featuring low-cost beers and bottom-shelf well drinks.

These days happy hour means delicious craft beers, savory bites and top-notch mixology. To see a few of our favorite picks for fall, click here.



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