It's called Reverse Happy Hour, but, no, prices don't go up. It's reversed because it begins when most of the happy-hour crowd is thinking about calling it a night. This happy hour runs from 10 p.m. to midnight during the week and from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. And the food and drinks are cheap. For any prayer of getting a table, arrive well before the magic hour. By 10:30 on a Thursday, it's standing-room-only for $4 martinis, margaritas and domestic beers. The real reason to put on your best Hawaiian shirt and go is the sake bomber. Six bucks gets you a giant bottle of the Japanese Kirin beer and a piping-hot bottle of sake. The combination — yes, it's supposed to burn going down — is only for the brave of heart and steel of stomach. Fill the sake cup, drop it in a whiskey glass of Kirin, chug and repeat. Or use the excess booze to wash down some half-priced shiitake-and-goat-cheese pizza and California rolls.