Bars in Cedar Knolls

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

Jbird

Upper East Side

$88 $35

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Artisanal cocktails that update traditional old-fashioneds, juleps, fizzes, and sours find a culinary match in upscale small plates

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

Bar Bites and Beer for Two or Four at Stone Creek (Up to 53% Off)

Stone Creek

Manhattan

$36.95 $18

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Tree trunk tables and stone walls envelop guests in a woodsy atmosphere as they sip craft beers and snacks

One or Two Pitchers of Beer and Orders of Chips and Salsa at Pioneers Bar (Up to 53% Off)

Pioneers Bar

Chelsea

$31 $15

Cheery bar welcomes guests with inviting wooden interior and plush leather seating, plying visitors with craft beer and hot sandwiches

Whiskey, Beer, and Appetizer for Two or $15 for $30 Worth of Pub Food and Beer at Blue Ribbon Tavern

Blue Ribbon Tavern

Spring Valley

$38 $19

Gourmet sandwiches pair with flights of whiskey and craft and classic beers

$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

Champagne Flights and Appetizers for Two, or Bottle with Apps and Desserts at The Bubble Lounge (Up to 50% Off)

The Bubble Lounge

Tribeca

$120 $60

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Elegant champagne lounge uncorks more than 300 champagnes and sparkling wines, served with shareable hors d'oeuvres

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 $50 Worth of Sports-Bar Food at CANZ Roadhouse

CANZaciti Roadhouse

Westbury

$50 $25

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Spread of sports-bar fare includes steak burgers, Jack Daniels barbecue salmon, and Canz "Almost Famous" wings doused in a variety of sauces

Select Local Merchants

In 1936, nearly three years after the end of Prohibition, Station Plaza Wine and Spirits opened its doors. And so long as alcohol has remained legal, Station Plaza has remained on Kraft Avenue, its shop stocked with top-shelf spirits including brandy, tequila, and sambuca.

Though it has a wide selection of hard liquor, the store really specializes in wine. Its collection includes more than 2,500 hand-selected labels from around the world. Wine consultants can help narrow down a patron’s search for the perfect bottle by wine type, region, or producer, and they can even steer customers in the direction of more hard-to-find varietals or organic wines. The Station Plaza team also champions wines that rank in their top-rated category. The discerning criteria for inclusion on this list are taste and seasonality, rather than whether it stains your lips an attractive color. To learn more, check out the wine blog one of Station's owners contributes to.

102 Kraft Ave
Bronxville,
NY
US

In a converted brick electrical plant where machines once hummed and pumped power to the railroad, streams of craft brews flow into glass jugs branded with the Growlers Beer Bistro logo. The New York Times-praised gastropub has earned a spot among the 31 best bars in the county, according to Westchester Magazine, and boasts an ever-changing draft list that has featured Brooklyn Brewery reserves, Two Brothers? Midwestern suds, and Smuttynose ales. Bartenders funnel the liquid gold into pints as well as half-gallon growlers for at-home enjoyment.

Growlers? seasonal cuisine menu is designed to harmonize with the current selection of brews and features upscale pub fare, such as the Devils on Horseback?bacon-wrapped prunes stuffed with blue cheese and featured as Westchester Magazine's Dish of the Week. The hearty fare also includes a burger of beef, pork, and veal topped with a relish of bacon, onions, and pickles.

The building's industrial past shines through with accents of exposed brick and ceiling beams, complemented by decorative additions that include a polished concrete floor, a long communal table, and reclaimed barn wood that frame an illuminated wall. Along with their Tuesday?Friday "Hoppy Hour", the pub hosts regular events throughout the week, from Tuesday trivia nights to Friday ladies nights. Saturdays feature live music, while the kitchen cranks out its signature brunch dishes on Sundays. Brewery events are held every Thursday of every month while a Wednesday open-mic night rouses laughter-friendly crowds.

25 Main St
Tuckahoe,
NY
US

Wielding knives and sword-like skewers, the servers at Texas de Brazil seem prepared for impromptu duels. However, they only brandish the blades to replenish dinner plates, slicing meat from their spears at the behest of each table. The cuts of steak, lamb, and brazilian sausage are all slow roasted over an open flame in traditional churrascaria fashion—a technique that stems from the campfire meals of Brazilian gauchos, and one that fed the family behind Texas de Brazil during their life in Porto Alegre. In an effort to bring the South American style to the States, they established their first restaurant in Texas, thereby merging down-home charm with Brazilian spice.

Today, Texas de Brazil has expanded to several award-winning locations across the country. Despite the lofty ceilings and chandeliers that characterize their venues, the staff remains rooted in ranchers' habits. They conscientiously grill and season their meat, bake brazilian cheese bread in-house, and pass classic cocktails and loaner saddles over the bar for cowboys who consider chairs unnatural. To complement savory bites, guests can browse more than 50 gourmet sides at the salad bar—a compendium of soups, vegetables, and appetizers such as imported cheeses. They can also ask the resident wine specialist for recommendations on suitable pairings from the cellar.

70 Market St
Yonkers,
NY
US

On a warm summer evening, candles on the patio tables in Maggie Spillanes rooftop garden illuminate guests toasting with mojitos and margaritas or steadily sipping Guinness and Maggie’s red ale—2 of the bar’s 16 beers on tap. Beside the drinks lay plates of American and Irish pub-food favorites, including eight types of sliders, corned beef, and lamb stew.

Downstairs, courtesy of the MLB package, 17 flat-screen televisions beam high-definition images of baseball players. Additional entertainment comes in the form of trivia and karaoke, as well as a DJ spinning contemporary tracks mixed with the occasional hyena cackle.

571 Gramatan Ave
Mount Vernon,
NY
US

The Glenrowan Sportsbar & Grill?s chefs built a menu that blends British, Irish, American, and Italian classics. Bangers and mash pair sausage with beans, and the Irish mixed grill is an conglomeration of broiled lamb chops, irish sausage, black pudding, and saut?ed calves' livers. The chefs also douse broiled shrimp in garlic sauce and grill stomach-stuffing 18-ounce New York shell steaks to go with a full bar of drinks, including frozen cocktails and draft beers.

840 Midland Ave.
Yonkers,
NY
US

Broken Bow Brewery began as a labor of love. The owners initially brewed beers solely for friends and family, but they decided to take their hobby to the next level after receiving heaps of praise and a confident "Go for it" from the local soothsayer. Today, they strive to maintain that same small-batch quality, but they share the fruits of their labor with thirsty strangers from near and far. A wide variety of beers—including creamy stouts and refreshing lagers—rotates through the taps in the tasting room, where visitors are encouraged to bring their own food to pair with the brews.

173 Marbledale Rd
Tuckahoe,
NY
US