Bars in Levittown

Two Hours of Pool for Two or Four with Pub Food and Drinks at Raxx Pool Room, Sports Bar & Grill (Up to 57% Off)

Raxx Pool Room, Sports Bar & Grill

West Hempstead

$53 $25

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Players take aim on pristine pool tables and nosh on burgers and wraps between turns

$25 for Hookah and Drinks for Two at Arabian Nights Hookah Bar & Lounge ($50 Value)

Arabian Nights Hookah Bar & Lounge

South Ozone Park

$50 $25

Hookah bar serves more than 50 flavors of tobacco, including pomegranate and Red Bull

Small Plates and Cocktails for Two or Four at Jbird Cocktails (Up to 63% Off)

Jbird Cocktails

Upper East Side

$88 $35

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Handcrafted cocktails blended from artisanal ingredients and small plates such as pork sliders with cider slaw and crispy calamari

One or Two Hours of Pool with Food and Drinks for Two or Four at The Billiard Company (Up to 42% Off)

The Billiard Co.

Forest Hills

$50 $29

Swanky billiards club entertains guests with cocktails, nachos and up to two hours of pool

Wings, Appetizers, and Beers or Glasses of Wine for Two, Four, or Six at Kelli's Grille & Wing House (Up to 56% Off)

Kelli's Grille & Wing House

Nesconset

$39.90 $19.99

Devour wings dunked in blue-cheese sauce and appetizers such as onion-ring towers or baked clams while sipping frosty brews

Appetizers, Beer, and Pool for Two or Four at Break Bar & Billiards (Half Off)

Break Bar & Billiards

Astoria

$40 $20

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Sports bar features 18 beers on top, a full-service kitchen, 15 true HD big-screen TVs, and games such as billiards and table tennis

Appetizers, Burgers, and Craft Beer at Croxley Ale House (Up to 52% Off). Four Options Available.

Croxley Ale House

Brooklyn

$55.85 $27

Choose from almost 50 beers on tap, appetizers ranging from bavarian pretzels to Brooklyn nachos, and an array of burgers

Steak-House Food and Drinks at Esquire Lounge (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Esquire Lounge

Brooklyn

$50 $25

Sleek, modern lounge serves craft cocktails and bar appetizers, along with entrees and desserts

Hookah, Finger Foods, and Drinks at Fire Lounge Hookah Bar and Cafe (Up to 50% Off). Four Options Available.

Fire Lounge Hookah Bar and Cafe

Gowanus

$80 $40

Practice your smoke rings, snack on finger foods, and sip refreshing drinks at a hookah bar with an open backyard, TV, and free WiFi

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Senses come alive when sitting on the plush red couches at Kasbah Hookah Lounge. The sounds of DJs spinning tracks sync with the rhythmic movements of exotically clad belly dancers roaming from table to table, weaving through clouds of aromatic hookah smoke. Customers can puff on more than 85 flavor combinations of the house’s 24 Starbuzz shishas, including classic options such as mango, or pairings such as honey, vanilla, and mint. The house also crafts their own signature blends for the five VIP flavors, including cinnamon toast crunch, which pairs apple, cinnamon, and banana. Bottles of wine and pints of beer accompany hookahs on the table, providing all of the fillers for a comfortable night out without having to lug around childhood teddy bears.

2051 Hempstead Tpke
East Meadow,
NY
US

Executive Chef Dana Oddo draws from culinary skills cultivated from his time in the Memphis barbecue scene at Fuego Picante, where she fuses modern Mexican food with smokehouse barbecue fare. The restaurant's decor mirrors this savory synthesis, playfully blending sophisticated light fixtures and streamlined furnishings with whimsical flourishes, such as a mural of a cowboy. This serves as the perfect setting for Chef Oddos' warm and contemporary fare: tamales, chicken taquitos, and shrimp Creole all share menu space with mojitos that are freshly squeezed from the fruit of the 80-proof-rum tree.

2367 Hempstead Tpke
East Meadow,
NY
US

True to its name, Crossroads marks the intersection of two seemingly dissimilar hangouts: it houses an elegant dining room clad in black linens and yellow wall sconces where pastas, steaks, and seafood are served, as well as a sports bar stocked with pub grub. As Crossroads' famous marinated skirt steak and seafood fra diavolo top plates in the dining room, the bar's 15 TVs—each one baked fresh that day in time for the game—join a jukebox in wooing eyes and ears. Special events include visits from a local medium who tries to connect clients with the afterlife, get-togethers to cheer on the Rangers and Jets, and holiday meals.

646 S Broadway
Hicksville,
NY
US

Though Bud's Ale House lives up to its name—its locations boast up to 80 beer taps, more than 16 bottled varieties, and up to 60 televisions—this versatile eatery has something for everyone. As tasty brews pour from taps, including a daily special of $2 Bud and Bud Light drafts, bartenders deftly mix up top-shelf margaritas, colorful martinis, and classic cocktails. These adult libations wash down a hearty menu that spans the entire spectrum of American cuisine: habanero barbecue wings, steamed local clams, and meaty burgers are served up daily alongside gooey quesadillas and German-style bratwurst. Bud's desserts threaten to steal the spotlight, capping feasts with deep-fried Oreos and tangy key lime pie.

25 Smith St.
Farmingdale,
NY
US

South Bay Market seamlessly blends freshly made sandwiches, salads, and prepared foods with the ambiance and ingredients of an upscale eatery. The counter houses prepared entrees such as pasta salads, Dr Pepper–coated ribs, and panko-crusted chicken cutlets. Behind the counter, a chef prepares custom salads by peppering greens with walnuts, mushrooms, avocado, or bacon and nestles turkey, roast beef, and grilled eggplant into sandwiches or wraps. While their food is being prepared, customers can browse a selection of drinks including juice or soda and snacks such as premier pretzels, north fork chips, or Tate's chocolate chip cookies before heading over to café tables to eat and play travel Twister.

347 S Oyster Bay Rd
Plainview,
NY
US

When Amy Breidenbach discovered a Jackson Road House business card, it was all the motivation she needed in opening her new restaurant. The card itself had survived for a century, and was evidence of Amy's family's history, which included running a tavern during the late 1800s and a speakeasy during the 1920s. The modern incarnation of Jackson Road House serves booze, too, although it primarily fills stomachs with seafood, such as cornmeal-dusted catfish, flounder filets, and lobster mac 'n' cheese. In addition, it offers soups, sandwiches, and pub specials, such as bourbon baby back ribs and Guinness shepherd's pie.

3595 Bayview St
Seaford,
NY
US