Bar food as a cuisine isn't generally afforded the respect it deserves. Even in its humblest state it not only delivers enough calories, proteins, and roughage to absorb the toxins ingested over the course of an evening, it also provides a lusty and substantial counterbalance to the amorphous pleasures of alcohol. What could be more soul-satisfying than a beaker of beer and a freshly nuked frankfurter, or a dry martini and a packet of Planter's? Happily, the Broken Record's kitchen staff takes a much higher road. Chefs Katharine Zacher and Ryan Ostler, whose previous gigs have included Campton Place, Boulevard, and Quince, demonstrate their expertise with an impressive array of down-home booze-friendly snacks and platters that are as pleasing to the palate as they are satisfying to the belly.