Trout - This backyard bar off Borem Hill’s main drag Smith Street is perfect for a lazy Sunday filled with Bloody Marys ($4 on weekends). Complete with picnic tables and croquette mallets Trout is a mix of junkyard and playground that draws locals and Manhattanites unable to get out of the City for summer. A busted bicycle hangs on fence with grass and plant life below it, while beer is kept cool behind the bar in an old bathtub. Besides the flies and ‘gone fishing’ mentality, the Trout moniker theme is carried out with a reel tasty menu of seafood and shellfish, plus BBQ favorites and fresh summer produce. For breezy debauchery a wheel of drink specials gets a turn to determine which cheep beer shot or mixed bevvie will be your poison. If you’re not one for chance, scoff the wheel and get good and goosed with a Brooklyn Iced Tea. Even if you forget credit cards are not accepted you can hit up the ATM inside.