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Though they have similar names and are only a block apart, Darcy McDonell’s Farmer’s Daughter and Farmhouse Tavern couldn’t be more different, the former’s decor best described as the aftermath of an explosion in a tractor factory, the latter all sleek subway tiles and electric-blue neon.
The two extremely popular resto patios also share a food philosophy: since everything on the menu is fresh, once it sells out it’s gone until the following week. To make sure this happens, they feature hourly food and drink specials every Sunday night. Starting at 5, oysters are a buck a shuck. At 6 a pint of whatever draught’s on tap goes for $6, at 7 that week’s featured cocktails are $7, and any open bottle of wine goes for $8 a glass from 8 pm.
Best of all, from 9 till 10, anything on either dinner menu is half-price as long as it hasn’t already sold out. That’s quite the bargoon. Can I show up at 5 and hog a table all night?
“As long as you keep buying food and drinks, you’re more than welcome,” says McDonell.
Sunday 5 to 10 pm. No reservations on patio. Licensed.
Where else will $18 get you 8 ounces of triple-A beef sided with garlicky mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus and brioche-like Yorkshire pudding, and caramelized apple bread pudding for dessert? Sunday from 5 pm till it sells out.
Get one hot-buttered lobster with sides of Mexican corn, potato salad, coleslaw and jalapeño cheddar biscuits, followed by chocolate fool in a jar, plus a Corona for $36.95 per person Sundays at 7 pm. One seating reservations recommended.