Gina Chersevani shakes up earthquake-inspired cocktails at PS 7’s. (Michael Temchine For The Washington Post)

Duffy’s Irish Pub: Guinness pints for $5.90. (If the magnitude of the earthquake is revised again, the special will change.)

Nellie’s: In addition to the usual beat-the-clock happy hour, the bar will offer $3 Coors Light all night at its “Shakedown Happy Hour.”

PS 7’s: $10 “Great Shakes” cocktail, which features Bulleit Bourbon and Cynar avocado artichoke liqueur shaken with chocolate basil leaves.

Punk’s Backyard Grill: $2 Sierra Nevada beers.

Tryst: $4 shots of Pikesville Rye (a Maryland whiskey) and $2 PBR cans all day.

Brasserie Beck: All draft beers $5.90 until 8 p.m.

The Pug: $2 Schlitz and Budweiser tallboys.

Bayou: Free Earthquake Survivor shots all night at upstairs bar with password “Gimmie the Shakes, Slacks.”

MiG Bar : Special “Richter” gin rickey drinks -- gin, lime, soda and Saint Germain -- are $4 all night.

Hill Country: $5 “Rockin’ Earthquake” drinks all night.

Mie N Yu: 20 percent off all shaken cocktails.

Ugly Mug: $5 Earthquake shooters all night.

Cuba Libre: $5 Aftershock cocktail (made with Malibu rum and Crème de Ananas) from 4:30 to 6:30.

Lou’s City Bar: $3 Earthquake shooters.

Trio Restaurant: Stoli Survivor specials — $5.90 for any Stoli vodka drink all night.

Open City: The new 5.9 cocktail, made with the house Ruby Slipper blood orange iced tea, is $5.90 all night.

Toledo Lounge: “Shaky Happy Hour” with $3 Schlitz until 8 p.m.

Cajun Experience: $5 “Aftershots” at the bar.

Redline: $5.80 Earthquake Shots all night.

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