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Where To Find The Longest Happy Hours In L.A. on Black Friday

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If you're anything like us, you might lament the fact that happy hour is just that -- an hour or two of cheap nibbles and tipples that always seem to end just a tad too early. But today that's all changing for one day. Over at the Whisper Restaurant and Lounge at The Grove, they're hosting "The Longest Happy Hour," from noon to 7 p.m.

The festivities include menu specials like oysters with cucumber mignonette for $2 each, short-rib croquettes for $5, crudité with marinated olives, hummus and grilled ciabatta for $7, Whisper fries with truffle ranch, blue cheese aioli and house-made ketchup for $5, house-smoked salmon crostini with avocado toasts for $7, Jidori wings for $7, Kobe beef sliders for $9, and more. In terms of cocktails, they'll be doing Hangar One and JD specials for $7, and wine and beer for $4.

And although that might seem like quite the long haul, Bouchon Bistro in Beverly Hills is doing an offering two-for-one drinks all day today. And they just so happen to be one of our favorite happy hour locations in the city.

These two happy hours should take the edge off after bearing the hordes of holiday shoppers.