5 Boozy Ways to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions 

How many times have you tried and failed to keep your New Year’s Resolutions? If you’re like us (and you are), the first two failures involve cold pizza and flat champagne on New Year’s Day. But maybe you’re trying too hard. Maybe you should set yourself attainable goals, with built-in rewards…

1. Resolution: Save money


Solution: As long as you’re willing to invest some planning time and don’t mind bar hopping in search of the best happy hour, Brooklyn’s food and drink specials can keep you from ever paying full price again. Since you’re saving the “Be less lazy” resolution for next year, we’ve worked out an itinerary for your Thursday night that will keep you drinking for five hours, averaging two drinks an hour for $25. You’re welcome.

Pete’s Candy Store, 709 Lorimer St, $2 for drafts and well drinks. Walking time to next stop: 4 minutes.

Union Pool, 486 Union Ave, $5 for two Buds. Walking time to next stop: 3 minutes.

Odyssea Bklyn, 486 Metropolitan Ave, $6 for a draft and a shot. Subway time to next stop (G to Hoyt-Schermerhorn): God only knows, take a car, you’ve saved enough money already.

Brazen Head, 228 Atlantic Ave, $5 for one of three selected brews.

Grand Total: $25!


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