A few months back, Jack Daniel’s rolled out a hot new cinnamon-flavored whiskey liqueur called Tennessee Fire -- but only in a few lucky/thirsty test markets. The testing went really well. Like, if this were a movie screening, people would have been giving standing ovations and shouting "bravo!" and possibly crying tears of joy.

Now, Tennessee Fire has spread to New York (and the Hamptons). Which means it’s ready for you to give it a shot, by taking a shot. To make it easier for you to put it to the test, we picked out some prime spots that are already carrying the stuff, all laid out on the map below. Stop by with some friends, and start your night by hoisting some 2oz glasses and knocking one back.

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1. Ruschmeyer's 161 Second House Rd, Montauk, NY 11954 (Hamptons)

From some of the minds behind the Surf Lodge, this Montauk hotel/resto/nightlife hybrid boasts a laundry list of amenities, including a sand-filled pool for punch bowl-fueled rounds of ping pong and bocce.

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2. Stephen Talkhouse 161 Main St, Amagansett, NY 11930 (Amagansett)

A live music club on Long Island that's seen some of the greatest musicians -- Paul McCartney, Billy Joel, The Velvet Underground, and The Allman Brothers, to name a few -- ever since its opening in 1970. It's the antithesis of Hamptons life with hip crowds, a laid-back yet rowdy atmosphere, and unpretentiousness all around.

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3. Bounce Sporting Club 55 W 21st St, New York, NY 10010

A trendy scene that's part sports bar with great food, and part night club.

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4. Marquee 289 10th Ave, New York, NY 10001 (Chelsea)

Marquee's a crazy club that boasts a very "robot spaceship" look, with neon lights and a dark interior that's sure to guarantee some wild nights.

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5. McFadden's Restaurant and Saloon 36-2 126th St, Flushing, NY 11368

Classic Irish sports pub known for their happy hours and dedication to the Mets.

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6. Whiskey Trader 71 W 55th St, New York, NY 10019

Multi-level sports bar perfect for anyone looking to party or just watch the game.

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7. Brother Jimmy's 1485 Second Ave , New York, NY 10075

Solid Southern food without even going downtown.

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8. 3 Sheets Saloon 134 W 3rd St, New York, NY 10012

Beer, bar food, and an army of TVs to watch the game on.

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9. The Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club 514 Union Street, Gowanus, NY 11215 (Gowanus)

A massive hall of Florida kitsch (Cabanas! Drink umbrellas!) mixed with industrial not-kitsch (Concrete!), RPSC is officially NYC's first and only bar outfitted with 10 bonafide sunken shuffleboard lanes.

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10. Libation 137 Ludlow Street, New York, NY 10002

Three levels of nightclub full of good drinks and fun people to party with.

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11. Cheap Shots 149-05 Union Turnpike, Flushing, NY 11367

Classic dive bar replete with, you guessed it, cheap shots.

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12. Rudy's Bar & Grill 627 9th Ave, New York, NY 10036 (Hells Kitchen)

Rudy's Bar is one of the oldest dive bars in New York City history, and one of the first bars to get a liquor license when prohibition ended in 1933. It's got a pretty extensive list of draft and bottled beers for a dive (all at fantastically low prices), and free hot dogs with the purchase of any drink. The staff at Rudy's is always friendly and inviting, making it a favorite among tourists and locals alike.

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13. Yuca Bar 111 Avenue A, New York, NY 10009

A restaurant serving up Latin cuisine and atmosphere from a number of countries, complete with a sidewalk café and open window seating.

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15. 1 OAK 453 W 17th St, New York, NY 10011

The original New York location of the growing group of bars spots sharing the same name.