Bars and restaurants that screen movies

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1. Huckleberry
The swank cocktail haven plays retro flicks on a large screen at the back of the bar Mondays at 9pm. Become a member for free and snack on gratis popcorn and two-for-one wines, draft beers and well drinks. 588 Grand St at Lorimer St, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (718-218-8555, huckleberrybar.com)

2. Cafe Steinhof
Along with serving kick-ass Austrian grub, Cafe Steinhof offers free postdinner movies at 10:30pm on Sundays. Every month features films based on a new theme, like March’s “March Out the Cold...War.” 422 Seventh Ave at 14th St, Park Slope, Brooklyn (718-369-7776, cafesteinhof.com)

3. Black Duck
Watch James Bond flicks as 007 would—with a martini in hand—Sundays at 7:30pm. The Duck serves $10 Bond-girl-inspired quaffs and homemade secret-recipe popcorn. 122 E 28th St between Park and Lexington Aves (212-204-5240, blackduckny.com)

4. Mercury Bar East
On the first Monday of the month at 9pm, frat-tastic Mercury Bar pulls down a screen and shows selections ranging from The Hangover to The Shining—not that you’ll know the difference after the free open bar from 9 to 10pm. 493 Third Ave between 34th and 35th Sts (212-683-2645, mercurybareast.com)

5. Co.
The Chelsea pizza cathedral shows food-themed films every second Monday of the month on a large projection screen. The show goes on mute at 5pm, then reruns at 9:30pm with sound. Order a special movie-inspired pie and it’s date night at its finest. 230 Ninth Ave at 24th St (212-243-1105, co-pane.com)


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