Late-night happy hours

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  • Izakaya Ten

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Izakaya Ten

Abilene
From midnight to 1am Sunday through Thursday, revelers at this low-key bar enjoy $4 well drinks and drafts of Stella and Sixpoint IPA, plus a sexy, candlelit scene with ample comfy seating. 442 Court St between 2nd and 3rd Pls, Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn (718-522-6900, abilenebarbrooklyn.com)

 

Cabrito
If bingeing on the $3 happy-hour tacos (normally two for $15) hasn't induced a food coma, opt for a drunken daze instead: On weekends from 11pm to 2am, the lively Mexican cantina's sangria and seriously strong flavored margaritas—options include hibiscus, jalapeo and watermelon—go for $6 a glass and $30 for a pitcher that serves eight (add six bucks for the margs). 50 Carmine St between Bedford and Bleecker Sts (212-929-5050, cabritonyc.com)

Campo
Every day, this cozy trattoria offers a doubleheader happy hour: classic cocktails like a French 75, Negroni or pineapple cosmo are $7 each (normally $9--$11), and grilled pizzas are $8 (regularly $10--$15) from 3 to 7pm and again from 11pm to 2am, making this the perfect place to seal the deal at the end of your date. 2888 Broadway between 112th and 113th Sts (212-864-1143, camponyc.com)

House of Brews
Both locations of the Theater District sports bar pour $5 shots of Jegermeister, Jameson and Jack Daniel's (normally $8 each) from 1 to 4am every night. Proceed with caution—you might end up getting drunk enough to order one of the joint's 96-ounce beer bongs in public. 302 W 51st St between Eighth and Ninth Aves (212-541-7080, houseofbrewsny.com) * 363 W 46th St between Eighth and Ninth Aves (212-245-0551)

Izakaya Ten
After 11pm Thursdays through Saturdays, this Japanese pub offers two-for-one glasses of sake ($7--$14) from its extensive list and $20 off shochu bottles (regularly $38--$80). 207 Tenth Ave between 22nd and 23rd Sts (212-627-7777, izakayaten.com)

Lodge
A young Williamsburg crowd hits Lodge for homestyle eats; those in the know linger under the restaurant's antler chandeliers for $3 drafts of Yuengling and $5 drafts of Sixpoint and Stella after 11pm daily. 318 Grand St between Havemeyer St and Marcy Ave, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (718-486-9400, lodgenyc.com)

Nios
The bar at the Muse Hotel's wine-savvy restaurant is a surprisingly inviting (and posh) setting for drinks in the heart of Times Square chaos. From 10pm to 1am daily, select wines and a specialty cocktail of the mixologist's choosing (recently, a raspberry Tom Collins) are just $5 each. 130 W 46th St between Sixth and Seventh Aves (212-485-2999, niosrestaurant.com)

Revival
Aside from its 10pm-to-midnight happy hour on weeknights—when well drinks and bottled beer go for $4 apiece—the best part about this unassuming Union Square bar is its pretty outdoor garden, open year-round. 129 E 15th St between Third Ave and Irving Pl (212-253-8061)

Smoke
Come for the no-cover weeknight live jazz in a classy, intimate setting; stay for the deeply discounted booze. Though you'll have to fork over $20 to meet the bar's drink minimum, the good news is that it will buy you an entire night's worth of alcohol: From 11:30pm until the 3am closing time Monday through Thursday, Cosmos and Appletinis are $4; bottles of Bud go for $2. That should get your fingers snapping. 2751 Broadway between 105th and 106th Sts (212-864-6662, smokejazz.com)


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