Best, Cheapest Bars in America's 10 Most Expensive Cities [PHOTOS]

on December 02 2011 5:06 PM
  • McSorley's Old Ale House
    McSorley's Old Ale House Yelp/Creative Commons
  • Elbo Room
    Elbo Room Yelp/Creative Commons
  • The Hideaway Bar
    The Hideaway Bar Yelp/Creative Commons
  • Prince O' Whales
    Prince O' Whales Yelp/Creative Commons
  • Silhouette Lounge
    Silhouette Lounge Yelp/Creative Commons
  • Big Star Bar
    Big Star Bar Yelp/ Creative Commons
  • The Corner
    The Corner Yelp/Creative Commons
  • Red Derby
    Red Derby Yelp/Creative Commons
  • Zeke's Roadhouse
    Zeke's Roadhouse Yelp/Creative Commons
  • Hunter's Bar
    Hunter's Bar Creative Commons
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From the New York City bar scene to the pub crawls in Chicago, it can be hard to find an affordable place to get a few beers without breaking the bank.

Even when you do find a dive bar, the beers are often mediocre, and the food (if any) warmed over at best.

If you live in an expensive city like New York, N.Y., San Francisco, Calif. or Honolulu, Hawaii, the balance between a cheap bar and a good night out can seem impossible to find. In each of the ten most expensive cities in the U.S., however, are ten great bars that are also some of the cheapest in the city.

Check out the best, cheapest bars in America's ten most expensive cities. From McSorley's Old Ale House in NYC to Prince O' Whales in Los Angeles, Calif., we'll tell you where to find them, how cheap they get, and what makes these bars the best.

Click on through, and happy bar-hopping!

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