Monday, March 16, 2009

Go out for cheap: Restaurants & bars

The five best bars to flush the cheeks of a cheap date

The Jakewalk Go on Sundays for the free cheese plate, with drinks. 282 Smith St between DeGraw and Sackett Sts, Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn (347-599-0294,

Snacky Asian fare is served well past midnight, along with many inexpensive varieties of sake. Despite some overly cute decorative touches, it’s a fine place for a tête-à-tête. 187 Grand St at Bedford Ave, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (718-486-4848)

Epistrophy Inexpensive wines—mostly from Italy—are available by the glass, carafe or bottle. 200 Mott St between Kenmare and Spring Sts (212-966-0904,

Shoolbred’s Fresh-squeezed juices, a nice cozy interior and a house ale that goes for just $5 a pint. What more is there to say? 197 Second Ave between 12th and 13th Sts (212-529-0340,

The Brooklyn Inn There are plenty of choice beers on tap, including Old Speckled Hen, Dentergems Wheat and local Sixpoint Brown Ale—all for a reasonable $5 or so a pint. 148 Hoyt St at Bergen St, Boerum Hill, Brooklyn (718-625-9741)

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