Labor Day in NYC: Food and drink deals around the city

By staff

There's no excuse for not eating well on the last official weekend of summer.

Thanks to Labor Day Weekend restaurant deals and specials, you'll be able to chow your way through the remaining summer days and nights with seafood boils, unlimited boozy brunches and more

Here's where to eat on your long weekend without breaking the bank.

Crave Fishbar (Manhattan)

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Get your oyster fix at Crave Fishbar's two Manhattan locations this Labor Day weekend. The restaurant will extend its happy hour from 3 to 7 p.m. Monday and feature all available oysters for $1 each. Still hungry? Try their new lobster rolls with spicy avocado aioli, which comes with a complimentary Blue Point beer. (428 Amsterdam Ave., 646-895-9585; 945 2nd Ave., 646-494-2750,

El Vez (Manhattan)

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This Modern Mexican eatery is transforming into a burrito bar on Labor Day Monday. From 2 to 7 p.m., choose from the main dishes (chili-dusted smoked chicken wings, pork spare ribs, chili Adobo-rubbed beer can chicken and pulled cochinita pibil), sides like blue corn bread, three bean salad, elotes and more. Desserts include soft serve ice cream and paletas de sandia watermelon and drinks are agua frescas, Tecate and special margaritas. One main and two sides is $18. (259 Vesey St., 212-233-2500,

Añejo (Manhattan)

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This Mexican eatery is offering two hours of unlimited small plates and brunch cocktails for $47 per person on Monday. The menu includes Morning Tacos (scrambled eggs, braised pork, chorizo hash, salsa verde, pico de gallo, cotija cheese and cilantro) and the Carne Asada con Huevos (grilled skirt steak, yuca tots, two fried eggs and romesco sauce). Wash it all down with seasonal tequila cocktails like the Chihuahua Ros (Del Maguey Vida, grapefruit, Campari, agave, egg white and lime juice). (301 Church St., 212-920-6270,


A Summer Day Café (Manhattan)

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Come wearing white on Labor Day, between 5 and 11 p.m., and you'll get a free glass of Summer Water Rosè, Montauk Summer Ale or A Summer Day Cafè Frosè. Choose something to eat off its happy hour menu all evening, which includes Montauk pearl oysters, arancini, a salumi plate and more, and a drink menu including an Aperol Spritz, a White Negroni and a Moscow Mule for $12 each. (109 West Broadway, 646-882-0420,

Morton's Steakhouse (Manhattan)

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Strap yourself in for Morton's "Power Hour" promotion from 5 p.m. to close from Friday through Monday at its two Manhattan locations. Bar bites and selected cocktails will be specially priced, like the $8 fresh cut potato chips, $9 tuna tacos, $9 filet mignon trio and more. (551 Fifth Avenue, 212-972-3315, Morton's Midtown; 136 Washington St., 212-608-0171, Morton's World Trade Center

Handcraft Kitchen & Cocktails (Manhattan)

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On Monday, Handcraft Kitchen & Cocktails will be offering $3 drafts and $5 cans of Montauk beer from 4 p.m. until closing. It'll be closed on Saturday and Sunday. (367 Third Ave., 212-689-3000,

Hudson Bar (Manhattan)

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Starting Labor Day weekend and through the following week, Hudson Hotel's bar is daring you to go white after Labor Day. Those who order a white chocolate martini or a traditional painkiller will get 10 percent off their drink order. (358 West 58th St.,

City Tamale (Bronx)

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Four people will be able to eat off this family-sized entree. For $20, it comes with eight tamales, rice and beans. (1316 Oak Point Ave., the Bronx, 718-991-1606,

Suyo Gastrofusion (Bronx)

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All weekend, including Monday, get a large wooden platter full of food for $45. The platter contains the following: grilled Korean-style short ribs in a Galbi marinade, grilled lamb sausages, herb grilled chicken, skirt steak with chimichurri sauce, baked potatoes with sour cream, and choclo (grilled corn) with huacatay, a Peruvian herb sauce. (5 W. 170th St., the Bronx, 718-537-7896,

La Pecora Bianca (Manhattan)

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"The White Sheep" in Italian, La Pecora Bianca is a relaxed Italian eatery that's serving up $18 unlimited bloody marys and Bellinis for one hour on Labor Day. Its brunch menu includes sheep's milk ricotta and lemon pancakes with mascarpone and maple syrup, baked eggs in spicy tomato sauce, and the LPB Burger with two Pat LaFrieda patties, pancetta, Fontina cheese and pickled pepperoncini. (1133 Broadway in NoMad and 950 Second Ave. in midtown,