8 Best Boozy Specials Every Day Drinking New Yorker Must Check Out This Spring

Are you tired of going to the same happy hour, with the same people, at the same old bar? 

Well first, find some new friends– we can't help you there, but we've got a few little places that will spice up your post work drink... and also your Instagram feed.

While this weather has us feeling all sorts of ways, the tides are finally turning and we've got a bunch of boozy Spring trends for you to check out this season!

Protip: This season is aaaalll about frozen rosè.

Come a little closer, our fellow day drinkers– drink responsibly, enjoy yourself, and let us know which spot was your favorite!

1. Roof At Park South (125 East 27th Street)


From the ice cold rosè and breathtaking views to their non-douchey atmosphere, The Roof at Park South quickly flew to the top of our list last year and they just reopened for the season!

While they're featuring some wild new cocktails on their menu, grab the frozen Miami Vice and your mouth will think you're in Turks & Caicos! 


Their snack menu has also been updated with some orgasmically premium fare. Don't forget to try the chicken nuggets, truffle fries, and fried artichokes to feel extra fancy. While there is plenty of rain coverage #UpOnTheRoof, be sure to check out their instagram for any unexpected closures.

2. Pizza Beach (187 Orchard Street @ Stanton)


Are you looking for a hot new boozy brunch spot on the Lower East Side? Look no further! The party animals over at Pizza Beach are offering a bottomless brunch for $50/person!

The day-drinking-deets are:

1. $50/pp includes bottomless pitchers of their signature cocktails (Frosè & Jungle Juice not included) AND 1 entree (try the wood-oven-fired Carne Asada Pizza!).

2. 90 minutes of wild and crazy boozy fun -- the entire table must participate -- invite the right friends!

3. Their UES location does not offer this boozy brunch (yet!)

Pizza. Beach. Sleep. Repeat.

3. The Frying Pan NYC (207 12th Avenue @ 27th Street)


Pitchers of Rosè Sangria, buckets of ice cold coronas, deep-fried chicken sandwiches... Sign Me The F Up.

Built in 1929, The Frying Pan is a docked vessel and is the perfect spot for your next group outing.

Throw on your boat shoes and get there early or you won't have a place to sit. On extra beautiful days, there will be a line to get in! They are currently open for the season but be sure to check their Facebook page for closure updates.

4. The Happiest Hour (121 West 10th Street)


Does a tiki-themed-horseshoe-bar-with-frozen-drinks-of-the-day tickle your fancy?

Swing by The Happiest Hour for a frozen cocktail and be sure to get the Happiest Burger with extra secret sauce on the side for your fries!

Sweet spot for happy hour with friends or colleagues or a chill and laid back date night with your special someone. Bottom's Up!

5. Cantina Rooftop (605 West 48th Street)


Seeking another rooftop hideaway this season with a dope Happy Hour? It's your lucky day!

Cool breezes, plantains & guac, pitchers of fresh margaritas ― let's go now! Cantina's Rooftop is wayyy west but wayyy worth it. Upon exiting the elevator, you'll see that Cantina is sporting an indoor-outdoor rooftop with Mexican flair.

Excellent after work spot or for weekend brunch eating and drinking.

6. Kirsh Bakery & Kitchen (551 Amsterdam Avenue)


We are no strangers to the boozy brunch– but bottomless dinner service? Not so much.

Kirsh Bakery & Kitchen is changing up the game with just that. Starting at 8:30 p.m. every  night, for $20 a person, you'll get all the wine, beer, and cocktails you can drink. Seriously. Even cocktails.

Sounds seriously dope, if not slightly dangerous. But YOLO, amirite?

Their summer cocktails are yummy AF too, like "Swimming Pool," which features Champagne, cranberry, and orange zest flavored ice. 

7. Sotto 13 (140 West 13th Street)


Taking a break from bottomless brunches and need a semi-boozy plan B? Asking for a friend...

Sotto 13's $35 "Social Brunch" will get you a sweet amount of bang for your buck. For two people, you'll get 1 pizza, 2 entrees, 1 side, and either a bottle of prosecco, a carafe of hibiscus mimosa (or classic), bloody mary, or pineapple punch. Mmm!


Get the chicken meat pie and the zucchini pizza and call me in the morning. For an additional $25 bucks, you can craft your own prosecco cocktail with their DIY booze kit.

8. Hudson's At Pier 81 (12 Avenue @ 41st Street)

Someone told me that Rosè tastes better onboard a yacht in the middle of the Hudson River... what's your take?

Escape the craziness of the city and set sail on this three-story yacht and drink the day away atop their roof deck. Trips around the Hudson can go from 45 minutes to 2 hours, giving you plenty of time to take a selfie with the Statue of Liberty.

Be sure to check out their sailing schedule beforehand to plan your visit.

[Feature Image Courtesy Instagram] 

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