These Are This Week's Four Best Happy Hour Specials in NYC
One of Horchata's cocktails
Warm weather making you thirsty? Us too. Pull up a chair and enjoy a frosty beverage at one these four fine establishments.
Horchata, 476 Sixth Avenue
Beginning this week, this new Greenwich Village abode is welcoming in neighbors with a weekday happy hour from 4 to 7 p.m. Guests can enjoy half priced frozen drinks, select wine, sangria, and beers on tap. The offer is valid at the bar only, and you can pair your drinks to the restaurant's full menu.
Savoury, 489 Columbus Avenue
Here's another brand new happy hour making its debut: Chill out with $4 beers and half-priced glasses of wine from 5 to 7 p.m. The recently opened Indian restaurant also offers a full menu of specialties like chicken pakora, onion fritters, and flavored naans.
Lock Yard, 9221 Fifth Avenue, Brooklyn
Drawing inspiration from Coney Island and biergartens, this sausage and suds palace is a popular happy hour spot from 2 to 6 p.m. Narragansett tall boys are just $2.50, draft beers are $4, and side dishes are half off with the purchase of a hot dog or sausage. Look for the same deals late night from 10 p.m. to midnight, and catch World Cup games on the bar's televisions.
Northern Territory, 12 Franklin Street, Brooklyn
Avoid the weekend crowds by visiting this Aussie rooftop with perfect views of the city skyline during its weekday happy hour -- it may be the only time you can actually grab a seat here. From 5 to 7 p.m., Fosters on tap is $3; you can match that to treats from down under like fish in foil and meat pies. The bar also has a selection of craft brews like Fire Island Beer Company's Sea Salt Ale -- which takes exactly like it sounds -- as well as traditional cocktails and beers only famous in Australia.
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