Eat and Drink Snow day specials: Drinks, food and more deals By amNY.com staff Updated March 14, 2017 2:43 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email If Tuesday's snowstorm already has you suffering from cabin (or apartment) fever, New York City's bars and restaurants are here to help. With many New Yorkers taking a day off from work (and younger ones from school), local spots are stepping up with ways to fill your time -- from adult activities like drinking hot toddies and slurping oysters to more kid-friendly hot chocolate specials. Here's a look at some of the deals around the city for those rugged enough to brave the storm. Racines NY Photo Credit: Andrew Quinzi Tribeca wine bar Racines is offering a BYOB special -- no corkage fee -- for any guests brave enough to venture outside. (94 Chambers St., Manhattan, 5 p.m. to 1 a.m., racinesnewyork.azurewebsites.net) Luke's Lobster Photo Credit: Luke's Lobster Warm up with this comfort food classic from Luke's Lobster. Enjoy a lobster girlled cheese and a small clam chowder for $15. This "Snow Day Special" can be found at the eatery's Upper West Side, Upper East Side, Park Slope and Times Square locations. (426 Amsterdam Ave., 242 E. 81st St., 700 8th Ave., Manhattan; 237 Fifth Ave., Brooklyn, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., lukeslobster.com) Speedy Romeo Photo Credit: Speedy Romeo This pizza joint is taking advantage of the snow, offering deals at its Lower East Side and Clinton Hill locations. Say #SpeedyStellaSnowpocalypse at both eateries to receive a half-priced White Album pizza ($8.50). Pair your pie with a half-priced hot toddy ($6) at the LES location. (63 Clinton St., Manhattan, 376 Classon Ave., Brooklyn, noon to 11 p.m., speedyromeo.com) Boulton & Watt Photo Credit: Boulton & Watt Warm up at this Alphabet City gastropub with a hot cider special, running all day and night. The added spiced rum kick will have you celebrating the snow day. (5 Avenue A, Manhattan, noon to 2 a.m., boultonandwattnyc.com) Professor Thom's Photo Credit: Professor Thom's via Instagram Looking to binge-watch some flicks over a drink? Professor Thom's is hosting a movie marathon featuring free popcorn and happy hour prices all day long. (219 Second Ave., Manhattan, noon to midnight, professorthoms.com) Three Seat Espresso & Barber Photo Credit: Three Seat Espresso & Barber This East Village combination barber and coffee shop will be providing both caffeine and haircuts on this snow day. Prevent yourself from catching a cold with its Golden Latte, which features tumeric, ginger and black pepper for a healthy immune system. (137 Avenue A, Manhattan, 8 a.m., 7 p.m., threeseatespresso.com) Vai Photo Credit: Vai Restaurant Venture to the Upper West Side for half-off all wine, beer and cocktails at this Mediterranean restaurant. (429 Amsterdam Ave., Manhattan, 4 to 10 p.m., vairestaurant.com) Gramercy Tavern Photo Credit: Maura McEvoy Gramercy Tavern is waiving its corkage fees during its #sNOwcorkage special. The Flat Iron spot will remain open for lunch and dinner. Check its Instagram page for dinner specials. (42 E. 20th St., gramercytavern.com) The Meatball Shop Photo Credit: The Meatball Shop Nothing is quite as perfectly warming as a good hot toddy and a spiked hot chocolate. The Meatball Shop is serving its hot toddies for just $5.50 and a whiskey hot chocolate for $9. All kids can enjoy a regular hot chocolate for free with their meal. (Multiple locations, Manhattan and Brooklyn, themeatballshop.com) Benjamin Prime Photo Credit: Benjamin Prime Head to Benjamin Prime to celebrate your snow day in style -- with $1.50 oysters and half-price glasses of Champagne from 4 to 7 p.m. (23 E. 40th St., Manhattan,benjaminsteakhouse.com) Tavern on the Green Photo Credit: Tavern on the Green If you're out sledding in Central Park with kids home from school, bring them over to Tavern on the Green, where they'll eat for free from the children's lunch menu -- with options like beef sliders with American cheese and chips, bow-tie pasta with tomato and basil sauce and chicken fingers parmigiana. The to-go window will also open at 4 p.m. for all your hot chocolate needs. (Central Park West & 67th Street, Manhattan, tavernonthegreen.com) By amNY.com staff Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.