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570 Vanderbilt Ave, Prospect Heights
It's technically "bar food," but don't expect burgers and fish and chips here. Owner Saul Bolton, of the Michelin-starred Saul in Cobble Hill, gets inventive at his spacious cocktail spot with small bites such as blistered shishito peppers and chicken liver crostini, as well as bigger plates like the boudin noir sausage served with duck fat potatoes (a steal at only $12).
Dokebi, 199 Grand St
Once you're a couple pitchers deep in the dimly lit backroom bar of this Korean barbecue, joint, there's no need to move elsewhere for your cravings: just start ordering the pork belly tacos and vegetable pancakes—so good that they are, frankly, wasted on the intoxicated.