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Fourth of July Dining Deals and Specials in NYC

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12312212312123123112008_10_hasmaps-thumb%20%281%29%20%281%29_burg1.jpgIt's the Fourth of July tomorrow, and Americans across the country will be celebrating the nation's independence with picnics and barbecues, with burgers, hotdogs, beer, sides and pie. For those city-dwellers without a backyard or a rooftop to grill on, here's a guide to some Independence Day dining deals and specials around the city.

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The Cleveland

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The Cleveland is serving a barbecue spread on their patio for both lunch and dinner. The special Fourth menu includes a choice of roast chicken, a hot dog, or a burger, plus homemade potato chips, ice cream, and more for $25 per person. Budweiser heavies are $4. [Photo]

The Lion

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The Lion's Independence Day barbecue menu includes options like smoked pork butt, chicken and waffles, and an oyster po boy with bacon. From noon to 9 p.m. on the Fourth, get one of those entrees plus a pint of beer for $25 per person.

Knockdown Center

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Roberta's is hosting a Fourth of July Bash at Knockdown Center, a massive former glass factory in Queens. They'll have all the classic patriotic fixings, like beer, burgers, hot dogs, plus a few live bands and pizza. The party starts at 8 p.m. and tickets are just $5 at the door.

Ribalta

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This Neapolitan-style pizza spot has put together an unusual special to celebrate our nation's independence. Their "Americana" pizza comes topped with Hebrew National hot dogs, French fries, and mozzarella, and is served with a Moretti beer on the side. [Photo]

Mas (la Grillade)

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Since they serve a menu full of grilled things all the time, Mas is doing a special "On A Bun" menu for the Fourth. That includes a long list of sandwich-type entrees, like a lamb burger, a softshell crab sandwich, and a grilled cheese. There are also some appetizers that don't come on a bun, plus classic desserts like cobbler and strawberry shortcake. [Photo]

The Dutch

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Andrew Carmellini's American restaurant has a Fourth of July cookout menu available to take out as well as to eat in, for both lunch and dinner. For $40, the menu includes Texas-style smoked brisket, St Louis ribs, and suckling pig, plus sides and pies. For those dining in, there well also be some julep specials on the cocktail menu.

Momofuku Noodle Bar

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A couple of the Momofuku outposts are offering takeout packages for the Fourth. Noodle Bar has Korean-style wings, roasted rice cakes, and a few different types of noodles (plus sides) for $250, while Ssam Bar is doing bo ssam with pasta salad and broccoli salad for $350. Both serve eight to ten. Find out how to order on their flyer.

The folks at Egg and Parish Hall are selling picnic baskets for the Fourth, which include meat and sides for four. Choose from either a fried chicken or a pulled pork dinner, or opt for just one of the sides, like collards or cornbread. The baskets are $50 each, and have to be ordered by July 3 either at one of the two restaurants or online.

Windsor West Village

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This West Village sports bar is offering a range of specials for the holiday. They open at noon, and will be serving $10 burgers, $5 Bud Light drafts, and a Pork Slap and Rittenhouse Rye beer and shot combo for $7. [Photo]

Five Points

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Five Points will be celebrating on the patio all evening, with pulled pork or chicken sandwiches, Salumeria Biellese hot dogs, and various sides. They'll also have live music and cocktails like vodka-spiked watermelon lemonade.

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The Cleveland

The Cleveland is serving a barbecue spread on their patio for both lunch and dinner. The special Fourth menu includes a choice of roast chicken, a hot dog, or a burger, plus homemade potato chips, ice cream, and more for $25 per person. Budweiser heavies are $4. [Photo]

The Lion

The Lion's Independence Day barbecue menu includes options like smoked pork butt, chicken and waffles, and an oyster po boy with bacon. From noon to 9 p.m. on the Fourth, get one of those entrees plus a pint of beer for $25 per person.

Knockdown Center

Roberta's is hosting a Fourth of July Bash at Knockdown Center, a massive former glass factory in Queens. They'll have all the classic patriotic fixings, like beer, burgers, hot dogs, plus a few live bands and pizza. The party starts at 8 p.m. and tickets are just $5 at the door.

Ribalta

This Neapolitan-style pizza spot has put together an unusual special to celebrate our nation's independence. Their "Americana" pizza comes topped with Hebrew National hot dogs, French fries, and mozzarella, and is served with a Moretti beer on the side. [Photo]

Mas (la Grillade)

Since they serve a menu full of grilled things all the time, Mas is doing a special "On A Bun" menu for the Fourth. That includes a long list of sandwich-type entrees, like a lamb burger, a softshell crab sandwich, and a grilled cheese. There are also some appetizers that don't come on a bun, plus classic desserts like cobbler and strawberry shortcake. [Photo]

The Dutch

Andrew Carmellini's American restaurant has a Fourth of July cookout menu available to take out as well as to eat in, for both lunch and dinner. For $40, the menu includes Texas-style smoked brisket, St Louis ribs, and suckling pig, plus sides and pies. For those dining in, there well also be some julep specials on the cocktail menu.

Momofuku Noodle Bar

A couple of the Momofuku outposts are offering takeout packages for the Fourth. Noodle Bar has Korean-style wings, roasted rice cakes, and a few different types of noodles (plus sides) for $250, while Ssam Bar is doing bo ssam with pasta salad and broccoli salad for $350. Both serve eight to ten. Find out how to order on their flyer.

Egg

The folks at Egg and Parish Hall are selling picnic baskets for the Fourth, which include meat and sides for four. Choose from either a fried chicken or a pulled pork dinner, or opt for just one of the sides, like collards or cornbread. The baskets are $50 each, and have to be ordered by July 3 either at one of the two restaurants or online.

Windsor West Village

This West Village sports bar is offering a range of specials for the holiday. They open at noon, and will be serving $10 burgers, $5 Bud Light drafts, and a Pork Slap and Rittenhouse Rye beer and shot combo for $7. [Photo]

Five Points

Five Points will be celebrating on the patio all evening, with pulled pork or chicken sandwiches, Salumeria Biellese hot dogs, and various sides. They'll also have live music and cocktails like vodka-spiked watermelon lemonade.

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