Our guide to ladies’ night

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We’ll let you in on a secret: Ladies’ nights were created more for men than women. But in this contrary borough — where gender roles are as fluid as those sticky pink drinks — these bargain nights are anything but traditional. Here’s our guide the best in town:


At this neighborhood watering hole, women finangle two-for-one drinks while a DJ plays “silly, ladies-themed” hits -- all in the name of irony, of course, on Sundays.

Daddy’s [435 Graham Ave. at Frost Street in Williamsburg, (718) 609-6388].

The Brazen Head

The party gets started early here, where a crowd of lawyer-types drink happy hour-priced wine and cocktails all night on Wednesdays. Brazen Head [228 Atlantic Ave. at Court Street in Boerum Hill, (718) 488-0430].

The Woods

It’s a hipster-feminist right of passage on Wednesdays at this intimate bar, where chicks score two-for-one drinks from 11 pm to close.

The Woods [48 S. Fourth St. at Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg, (718) 782-4955].


Ladies skirt the $25 cover at this floating monthly night of hip hop for “urban black profession­als.”

Crossroads [402 Third Ave. at Sixth Street in Gowanus, (718) 596-7623].

Burrito Bar

A swinging-’60s, surfer-themed night attracts more lesbians friends than straight folks looking to score.

Burrito Bar [307 Flatbush Ave. at Prospect Place in Prospect Heights, (718) 230-8646].

Updated 5:23 pm, July 9, 2018
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