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Milanos Bar. Alibi 242 Dekalb Ave., Fort Greene. Sit in the spacious backyard, complete with fire pit. Turkeys Nest Tavern 94 Bedford Ave., Williamsburg People you might see here: sanitation workers watching the TVs (ones for lottery numbers groups of recent NYU grads gathered in the chairs with reclining backs, eating empanadas from the itinerant vendor selling them from a ballpark-style insulated. But were betting they would be pleasantly surprised by radically upgraded pub grub, which includes ye olde fried cheese curds (with French onion dip and a dry-aged double burger for 18 bucks. As a patron one night mused: Milanos its like that Tolstoy line. You can fill out the rest of your personal details later. Gotham City Lounge 1293 Myrtle Ave., Bushwick Some call the prices here free, as in so damn cheap the drinks are basically free. No, Sign In Welcome! Weve sent a registration confirmation email. Palace Café 206 Nassau Ave., Greenpoint Palace lives up to its name in size (at least by Brooklyn standards) if not décor, which is almost Swiss-lodge-like. Wcou Bar 115 First Ave., East Village The NYU crowd that frequents this little spot, takeout from nearby Xian Famous Foods in tow, may not even know the bars true name: Its much more commonly called Tile Bar.