• Cake Shop
Far be it from us to encourage underage drinking, but if the bartenders are vigilant, there are always hundreds of records to browse.
At this experimental-art space, rock to the sounds of TV on the Radio’s Kyp Malone and express burgeoning artistry on blank plywood.
WHERE TO EAT
• Thai Market
The décor may be busy, but no more so than the average joint in Bangkok, and entrées that rarely top ten bucks add to the authenticity.
Many of the dishes at this neighborhood Cuban favorite are big enough to share, while the intimate, candlelit dining room makes it feel more romantic than thrifty.
• The Soda Shop
Pairs can nibble on homey dishes, like roast turkey, before sharing a banana split in a dark wood-and-stained-glass-parlor setting.
• Cobble Hill Cinemas
Valentine's Day falls on a Thursday this year, which means budget-minded film buffs can take advantage of this Art Deco–styled indie theater's weekly $6.50 special.
• ‘Loves of a Blonde’
Kids, remember your student I.D.s to catch Milos Forman at MoMA introducing a screening of his New Wave classic Loves of a Blonde for just $6.