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Drink 35¢ cocktails every Tuesday during this Prohibition-era happy hour

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Dan Q Dao

There's no shortage of New York bars capitalizing on Prohibition-era drinks and decor, but what about the era's dirt-cheap prices? Starting tomorrow, Lower East Side eatery Louie and Chan will travel back to the Roaring Twenties, slinging 35¢ cocktails every Tuesday from 7 to 8pm at both the restaurant upstairs and bar-lounge downstairs. Drinks will rotate weekly—for the inaugural happy hour tomorrow night, barkeeps will shake up a classic Gin Fizz using Bulldog gin. 

Following each cocktail hour, a weekly 1920s-themed Chan's Parlor bash will commence in the subterranean speakeasy, complete with live jazz, burlesque dancers and, of course, more booze. Period garb is encouraged, so dust off your Gatsby suits and flapper frocks.

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