FOOD/DRINK in NYC

Eat, drink, and be merry and do it for free (or very very cheap)! Don’t forget to tip your bartender.



Rodeo Bar

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During happy hour, drinks come with free nachos and wings.  The bar is in an old, beaten-up horse trailer and features Tex-Mex cuisine and honky tonk.

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Mercury Bar

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Ladies drink free cosmos, apple martinis, and well drinks from 8-9pm every Wednesday. Every Tuesday is College night and those over 21 with Student ID drink free Michelob Ultras and Coors Drafts from 8-9pm. And you can play Wii and Beer Pong!

Check the website for periodic free specials handed out by “the models”.

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The Mark Bar

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It’s true, drinking makes you hungry!  So grab a free toasted bagel and coffee on Sundays at noon.  Get free coldcuts and pizza starting at 6pm during the week.

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Bierkraft

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Free tastings of beer, cheese and charcuterie! Each week, they focus on a different theme. Bierkraft offers more than 1100 beers (including 250 Belgians and 13 on tap). Wow!

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Free Food in NYC

Food & Assistance

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Free food and assistance is offered for those in need by the Coalition Against Hunger. Please share with anyone you know who may be in need one of their “street sheets” for free food access in ten different areas within the five boroughs.

Free food at this list of food pantries.

Food Bank for New York City offers the program Community Kitchen which offers a Soup Kitchen (prepares and serves 8,000 meals every month to New Yorkers in need) and a Food Pantry (allows low-income New Yorkers to select fresh produce and packaged food items themselves in a supermarket-style setting — helping provide food for more than 22,700 meals a month).

If you are over the age of 60 years old and have no friends or family to help you prepare nutritious meals you may be eligible for Citymeals on Wheels.

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$1 Beers

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No you are not already drunk. These beers are only a dollar or less. Check out these bars and buy a friend a drink.  You’re so generous!

  • Town Tavern – Wednesdays 7-11pm, $1 pitchers, Fridays $1 Bud and Bud Light (and Ladies drink free) 5-7pm
  • Pat Obriens Bar – Fridays 6:30-7:30pm 25 cent draft beers
  • Bourbon Street – Fridays 9-11pm Bud, Bud Light, and Coors Light Cans for 50 cents and 11pm-2am $1 Coors Light Cans
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