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E.R. Bradley's Saloon Restaurant Review: This neighborhood saloon is one of those places where you're likely to spot a partying Kennedy kid, or maybe a Rockefeller heir rubbing elbows with off-duty drivers and nannies. It's been going strong for years and continues to be popular with both college-aged out-of-towners and the rebellious youth of socialite locals. Generous burgers, sandwiches and salads are above average, while the two specialités de la maison seem to be beer and more beer. Speaking of the maison, it's nothing fancy, but cavelike and really dingy, with an umbrella-shaded patio for those who actually showed up to eat. Boat shoes and beach shorts are as common as golf gear at happy hour, and expect affluent professional types to pop in as well. Snobs are snubbed, and all seem to be on a first name basis with the bartenders. Open nightly until 3 am.