27th September 2007

Thursday NYC Happy Hour Specials

Start your weekend early with these great Thursday Happy Hour Specials:

Bar Coastal – $0.25 Wings, $2 Bud and well drinks (4pm-7pm) located on 78th/1st 

1849 – $0.05 draft beer with any appetizer (8pm-1am) located on Bleeker (Macdougal/Sullivan) 

12 Inch Bar – $2 PBR, Rolling Rock, Yeungling, Bud (5pm-9pm) located on Essex (E.Houston/Stanton)

 Barrow St. Ale House – $10 all you can drink located on Barrow St. (7thAve./ W.4th) 

Big Easy – $6 Bud pitchers (5pm-8pm) located on 2nd (92nd/93rd) 

Calico Jack’s – $15 open bar (6pm-8pm) located on 42nd/2nd 

Cheap Shots – $7 pitchers, $2 shots (all night) located on E.9th/1st 

Crobar – $5 (for guys) open bar (5pm-6pm) located on 23rd (10th/11th) 

Keybar – 2 for 1 drinks (all night) located on E.13th (1st/A) 

Down the Hatch – Whole bar ½ price (4pm-7pm) located on W. 4th (6th/7th) 

Gin Mill – $7 pitchers, entire bar ½ price (4pm-8pm) located on Amsterdam (82nd/81st)

 Katwalk – $2 Rheingolds, $3 Bud (5pm-8pm) located on 35th (5th/6th) 

Kanvas – $3 Yuengling, Aspen Edge; ½ price martinis (4-8pm) located on 9th (23/24th) 

Marty O’Brien’s – $2 domestic bottles & pints (4pm-7pm) located on 2nd (87th/88th) 

McFadden’s – $10 top shelf open bar (6pm-7pm) located on 42nd/2nd 

Mo’s Caribbean – Whole bar ½ price (4pm-7pm) located on 76th/2nd 

Ship of Fools – $2 Miller pints (4pm-7pm)   located on 2nd (82nd/83rd)

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27th September 2007

Surviving Work/Class After Thirsty Thursday

Every drinker knows that the cure for the common hangover is a nice cold Bloody Mary first thing in the morning… The most common preperation is as follows:

Preparation and serving (Courtesy of Wikipedia)

Bloody Mary

Lots of garnishes

Lots of garnishes

Bloody Marys, and the non-alcoholic Virgin Mary, are frequently served in the morning (as are Mimosas and Screwdrivers), although they are a popular drink later in the day as well. (Traditionally, a Bloody Mary should not be served after six PM.)


  • 3 parts vodka
  • 3 parts tomato juice
  • Ground salt and pepper
  • 6 dashes of Worcestershire sauce
  • 5 drops Tabasco
  • 1 tsp. celery salt
  • 1 tsp. horseradish
  • Dash of lemon or lime juice
  • Dash of orange juice (optional)

May be shaken vigorously or stirred lazily, as desired. Garnish with a celery stalk; a skewer of olives, pickles, carrots, mushrooms, or other vegetables; or even meat (salami, shrimp, etc.) and cheese. Occasionally, pickled asparagus is also used.

For those who need a little bit more of a “kick start” to your day this variation may be even more helpful:

Mexican Mary – “Tequila Bloody Mary”

  • 6 oz Tomato Juice
  • 1.5 oz Tequila
  • 6 dashes Worchestershire sauce
  • 1 dash tabasco sauce
  • 1 punch celery salt
  • 1 lime wedge
  • 1 pickled chili pepper

First fill a tall glass with ice. Add the tomato juice, tequila, L&P Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco and celery salt. Stir. Garnish with a lime wedge and chilli pepper.

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