C’Mon, get happy! Here is a round-up of the finest, classy food-and-drink happy hour specials below 14th Street.

181 West 10th St. (Seventh Ave. S.)
Why we like it: If you’ve ever wanted to be privy to the interior of one of the city’s beautiful old townhouses — complete with stunning back garden — here’s your chance.
Details: On weekdays from 5 to 7 p.m., select wines go for $5 in the bar and den areas; foodwise, purchase two items from the bar menu (such as crab cakes or baby back ribs) and get a third free. 

Fatty ‘Cue
50 Carmine St (Bleecker and Bedford St.)
Why we like it: Zak Pelaccio’s flagship meat temple is more upscale than the currently shuttered Brooklyn original, but still maintains its gonzo sensibility (deep-fried bacon, anyone?)
Details: Fatty’s happiest hours happen late — from midnight to 2 a.m. Thursday through Saturday. Order off the bar menu or opt for the “Whole Ride,” the house burger and cheese fries paired with a beer-and-shot combo, for $19.

107 First Ave. (6th and 7th Sts.)
Why we like it: The East Village abounds in pie shops, but no other has a beer sommelier (“cicerone”) on staff, plus the occasional art exhibit, including “Pizza My Lover,” a series of pin-up pizza portraits that kicks off April 17.
Details: From 6 to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, Modelo on tap runs $3, select wines are $5, and a small margherita pizza plus a Modelo goes for $12.

Lure Fishbar
142 Mercer St. (Prince Street)
Why we like it: This subterranean yacht-themed restaurant-bar with porthole windows onto Prince Street would be a favorite watering hole even if it didn’t have a killer deal every weekday early evening.
Details: From 5 to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, get $1.50 oysters on the half shell, reduced prices on bar snacks like fried calamari, and deals on cocktails, beer and wine.

Pane Panelle
305 Church St. (Walker St.)
Why we like it: The Southern Italian specialist offers not-your-average bar food in a wine-bar setting, and the dollar food deal is the best one we know.
Details: Every day from 4 to 7 p.m. select bar snacks (meatball sliders, fried chickpeas) go a for a buck, while drinks run you $4 to $7.

Pizza Roma
259 Bleecker St. (Cornelia and Jones Sts.)
Why we like it: The Roman-style pizza here may be square, but the Italian staff and Euro-leaning clientele give off a sophisticated vibe. And there’s a gorgeous back garden should you decide to stay for dinner.
Details: Get happy hour pricing on wine every day from 5 to 7 p.m. while enjoying free nibbles of pizza at the restaurant’s front counter. 

58 E. 1st St. (First and Second Aves.)
Why we like it: There’s plenty on the menu to please seafood fiends, particularly at happy hour, when oysters — good ones like tiny, creamy Malpeques — are half price. Cocktails by one of our favorite mixologists, Greg Seider (Summit Bar), are another a draw.
Details: Two-for-one oysters and $6 cocktails from 5 to 7 p.m. daily.

Randolph Beer
343 Broome St. (Elizabeth St. and Bowery)
Why we like it: The low-key, tavern-like vibe here pairs nicely with 50 craft beers and the menu of creative bar snacks (corn off the cob, skillet mac ‘n cheese).
Details: Every day until 7 pm, get a  juicy, nicely seasoned house burger with fries and a  20-ounce draft beer for $14.