10 Places to Grab a Drink with Old Friends for the Holidays

Suggestions on places to catch up this holiday season.

It's the holidays. Whether you're looking to catch up with old friends or spread some holiday cheer, here are ten places to check out.

Napper Tandy's Irish Pub: Live music every weekend and DJs keep the party going during the week as well. Plenty of drink specials and wing night every Wednesday.

DEKS: This local watering hole specializes in craft beers, carrying over 150 different variations on tap, including the local Rocky Point Artisan Brewers.

Carmody's Pub: Traditional Irish bar has plenty of drink specials and live music on the weekend.

Applebees: The chain restaurant is a popular destination. The familiar menu is available until 2 a.m. on weekends. Half off appetizers and two-fers on certain drinks after 10 p.m.

Darin's Pub: A local favorite. This small-town pub has happy hour specials from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Mobo: The local dive bar is a popular hang out for the younger set. Plenty of drink specials to be found here.

Bench Warmers: The former Handlebar Restaurant is now a popular tavern and grill great to watch the game. Also be sure to give the unique shuffleboard table a try.

Ruby Tuesday: Enjoy familiar favorites off the menu in addition to happy hour specials.

Benten Japanese Restaurant: If sake or Sapporo are more your taste, hit up this sushi bar.

Tara Inn: Take the quick ride out to Port Jefferson for a unique experience, with great happy hour specials and a ridiculously cheap menu.

biznatch December 14, 2012 at 06:58 PM
El Dorados has the best beer selection. Period.
Captain Howard Hawrey December 15, 2012 at 02:27 AM
How could you leave out The Hartlin Inn???


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