These upscale bars don't need to offer deals, but they do - Metro US

These upscale bars don’t need to offer deals, but they do


If you’re looking for a new pub to explore this weekend, give these places a try. They all offer delightful grub and savings to make the night even sweeter.

The Hill
416 Third Ave., Midtown East

Daily from 5-9 p.m., The Hill serves $4-$5 drafts, $6 well drinks and $6 martinis. Every night of the week they offer additional specials like 50-cent wings on Mondays and all-night happy hours on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. On Saturdays and Sundays, as well as during all NFL games, they offer $15 pitchers and $7 Jameson and Fireball shots until 10 p.m. They also serve a $30 bottomless brunch on weekends. The upscale and spacious interior makes The Hill a great choice for large groups.

Murphy’s Tavern
6 Stone St., FiDi

Every day from 4-8 p.m. all drafts, wine, sangria and well drinks are $5. Murphy’s likes to help you save with rotating deals throughout the week like $2 sliders (your choice of beef, turkey, chicken, steak or pulled pork) on Thursdays and Fridays from 4 p.m.-midnight and 60-cent wings all day Wednesdays. The wings are generously sized and come in an array of flavors; I like the lemon pepper and rosemary garlic.

The Slaughtered Lamb
182 W. Fourth St., Greenwich Village

If you’re into a year-round gothic vibe, you’ll love the Lamb, which remains dark, inviting and delicious 365 days a year. From 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Friday take advantage of two-for-one well drinks, $4 beers and an $8 burger and beer special. The Slaughtered Lamb burger is topped with sautéed onions, mushrooms, smoked bacon and fresh mozzarella, so get on it. The beer list includes over 50 choices with a nice selection from England, Ireland and Scotland.

Monica DiNatale is a Deals Expert and Author of “365 Guide New York City,” a treasure trove of restaurant deals and bar specials in New York. Monica has been featured as the Dining Expert for PIX 11 and Good Day New York, and has hosted segments for The New York Chocolate Show and The New York City Craft Beer Week Festivals. “365 Guide New York City” is available in paperback and e-book.

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