This Greenpoint tavern offers more than the typical cans of beer, burgers and fries. The menu of seasonal suds includes favorites like Ommegang Witte and Brooklyn Brown Ale (both $6), and the list of house cocktails features a ginger-jalapeno margarita and a pickle back with homemade brine (both $9). When the clock strikes midnight, late-night happy hour kicks in, and domestic beers drop to $3, craft beers to $4 and wine and spirits to $5. Hungry? Choose from five different burgers (including a veggie option), all of which you can customize with any of the 15 additional toppings ($12–$14). There’s also a selection of more composed entrees, like saffron shrimp risotto ($22), steak frites with peppercorn sauce ($25) and a roasted half chicken with mushroom barley ($18). Barley even does dessert: treat yourself to the banana bread pudding, hot fudge sundae or root beer float ($7 each).
Eat in Central Park with Papardella. For $39 you'll get a four-course picnic.
Kiss My French
Spend $29 for French tapas and drinks for two at this east side locale
Spend $39 for $50 to spend on any food items for two, plus two drinks at Hell's Chicken
For $40, get $80 to spend toward food and drink from the full menu