This Flanigan's feels smaller than other locations, which gives it a Cheers of Westchester sort of feel. So expect to strike up a conversation with a regular at the bar who’ll warn you that you really shouldn’t take those leftover rib rolls home—and they’re right (it’s like eating wet socks). But this location makes good use of its space. It has large high tops, where the whole office team can sit over a pile of tumbleweed onions after work and talk about how Yadira really shouldn’t wear open-toed shoes. It’s not as hectic here, but it also gives us the same feeling as going to a casino during the day. The blinds are drawn, there are enough dollar bills stapled to the bar to open a money market account, and you can easily forget what time it is after a few beers.