Beyond the song-selection in the jukebox, things haven't changed much inside Deep Eddy Cabaret since it became a bar in 1951. This lends itself to the eclectic charm of the cabaret's patrons: Patrons, from Tarrytown socialites to Deep Eddy lifeguards to borderline alcoholic yeggs, drink side-by-side here nightly, bonded by booze. How could you not with these pint prices? On Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, 7-8pm, everything in the bar is half off. That's right, everything: from liquor to pitchers. This means those already insanely cheap $2.70 pints of domestic are now a mere $1.35, cheaper then the gas in the cab that will have to take your belligerent butt home at 8:15pm.
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