435 Graham Ave
(between Frost St & Richardson St) 
Brooklyn, NY 11211
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Rating: ★ ★ ★
Cards: All Major
Hours: Daily, 3pm-4am
Subway: L to Graham Ave.
Food/Menu: Tofu/Hot Dogs
Booze: Full bar
Happy Hour: Daily, 5pm-9pm: $3 Blue Point, $2 Bud and Bud Light
NY Mag says:

Famously owned by the almost-famous band The Rogers Sisters, Daddy’s has quickly become a neighborhood institution, thanks mostly to its market-cornering location, pointedly eclectic jukebox (Royal Trux, vintage country), and college-wallet-friendly prices. (Sorry, they don’t accept Campus Cash.) It’s a great place for prospective market researchers to go on a trend-spotting safari—many experts believe that the vintage-boots-over-jeans thing was born here. With cozy booths and a wide, horseshoe-shaped bar, Daddy’s is nevertheless spacious enough to comfortably support rival cliques…and an Elvis pinball machine. The beer and the liquor selections are limited but for those who overindulge in hard drinking, Daddy’s is kind enough to provide hot/tofu dogs to absorb any excess booze.

Citysearch says:

Comfortably distant from the Bedford Avenue throngs, this cabin-like neighborhood bar has a hearty rock-and-roll feel. There’s plenty of seating–around the hand-built, semi-circular wood bar, in generously sized, curved booths and at choice tables by the fireplace in back. The room tends to be low-key, but occasionally packs an exuberant crowd; bartenders are chummy and serve at a leisurely pace. Entertainment includes the table-top Ms. Pacman/Galaga game, rotating pinball machines and a heady jukebox selection that spans Television, Royal Trux and Irma Thomas. The bar offers only a few specialty cocktails, including an unfortunately Kaopectate-like grasshopper, a bright but modestly sized margarita with Florida-shipped Key lime juice and a kick-ass, spicy Bloody Mary.