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    Blind Tiger Ale House

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    The Brazen Head

  • Photograph: Courtesy of Centro Vinoteca


    Centro Vinoteca

Photograph: Zenith Richards


Blind Tiger Ale House

Alligator Lounge (Daily)
Ask for any drink at this no-frills watering hole at any time before last call and you're entitled to a freshly made personal pizza. But you already know this, thanks to numerous 3:30am drunken meals, don't you? Here's a new trick: Save even more dough by opting for a Yuengling or Bud Light, the cheapest brews on tap ($4). 600 Metropolitan Ave between Leonard and Lorimer Sts, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (718-599-4440)

Anfora (Mondays)
Between 5 and 7pm, enjoy a plate of charcuterie, pickles and bread covered in melted raclette cheese (after 7pm $15). The West Village wine bar's beverage director, Joe Campanale, suggests pairing the gratis snack with a glass of beaujolais villages ($11). 34 Eighth Ave between Jane and W 12th Sts (212-518-2722,

Blind Tiger Ale House (Wednesdays)
On hump days at 6pm, this haven for serious brewheads offers an assortment of cheeses (two pounds' worth) from nearby Murray's Cheese, as well as baguettes from Tom Cat Bakery. Ask the barkeep which draft will best complement your snack. 281 Bleecker St at Jones St (212-462-4682,

The Brazen Head (Mondays)
At 5pm, bartenders at this friendly suds mecca set out 30 pounds of hot wings. To partake in the feasting, simply purchase a brew (normally $5.50--$8), which is a buck off during happy hour (4--8pm). 228 Atlantic Ave between Boerum Pl and Court St, Cobble Hill, Brooklyn (718-488-0430,

Centro Vinoteca (Daily)
Each afternoon (4--7pm), you can nibble on a sample plate of treats (a truffled deviled egg, bacon-wrapped date and zucchini-Parmesan fritter) in the restaurant's lounge. Wash your snacks down with an $8 happy hour cocktail. 74 Seventh Ave South at Barrow St (212-367-7470,

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