Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Sunnyside including Butcher Bar, John Brown Smokehouse, Dutch Kills Centraal, The Baroness, Llama Inn, TORST, Mable's Smokehouse & Banquet Hall, Westlight, Bemelmans Bar, Bean's & Lager
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5 based on 10 reviews
Welcome to Beans and Lager, full restaurant, bar, and coffee house. We offer delicious fusion cuisine that combines elements of different culinary traditions, inspiration from Italy, France, USA and more. Our coffee house serves an array of hot and cold c
Our bartender Lisa was great and the food was amazing. We had the butternut squash soup and the angus burger, everything was hot, fresh and delicious.Cheers thanks for popping in. We are so pleased that you loved your experience here at Beanâs & Lager. Yes Liza is great! Come again soon! Thanks
4 based on 472 reviews
Loved the old school ambiance, superb pianist, and great service. We had two rounds of cocktails - you get your money's worth on the martinis. Another well-priced item (for NYC) was the raw oysters. The snacks they bring to the table are potato chips, nut mix, and cheese crackers, which are crazy good.
4 based on 298 reviews
A 22nd-floor rooftop bar with sweeping views of New York City. The bar program presents a menu of original and classic cocktails alongside rare spirits, craft beer and wine, while chef Andrew Carmellini's menu of small plates reflects inspiration from glo
What a find! This bar is at the top of the William Vale hotel. We met friends for drinks on a early Saturday afternoon, and were not disappointed. Absolutely amazing in every way, especially if the weather is good. Unmatched views of the Manhattan skyline. Make sure to book a table in advance as it gets quite busy.
4 based on 201 reviews
Mable's Smokehouse is a no-frills Southern BBQ restaurant located in the heart of Williamsburg. Located next to Brooklyn Brewery and surrounded by Brooklyn's hottest hotels, Mable's serves Lunch/Brunch, Dinner & Drinks seven days a week. Think Ribs, Brisk
After leaving Tennessee, we were unsure if we'd sample great BBQ again, but this place did a really great job for our party of 4 on a busy Saturday night. Stand outs were the ribs and the sides, while the brisket did not quite reach the heights of Martin's BBQ in Nashville. It was still very tasty. Good beers and a lively atmosphere, this place is a great option for NYC visitors wanting to sample good bbq.
4 based on 131 reviews
We heard many great things about Torts. Unfortunately we were on a tight schedule and only stopped for a pre dinner drinks. We loved the feel of the place. The beers were outstanding, love the glasses. We saw table opposite us having good looking bread and butter so we couldnât resist. It was delicious! We were early but it didnât matter as there were already several people enjoying the hospitality and delicious beer. Will definitely return!
4 based on 128 reviews
We started of with pisco sours and then had appetizers and entrees. The food tasted excellent, service was superb. It comes with quite a price tag though. For special occasions only.
4 based on 127 reviews
A perfect mix of dive bar meets gourmet burger bar. Itâs nothing fancy which makes it so much more amazing. The vibe here is awesome, from the music to the faux Louis Vuitton wallpaper draft system. Celine Dion pictures are plastered on the ladies room wall as an ode to her visit years back. The burgers are fantastic as well as the side like jalapeÃ±o Mac n cheese I and no they donât have French fries. ...wonât miss them
4 based on 605 reviews
New Gastro Pub in the Dutch Kills area of L.I.C. Local hub, area game-changer, dedicated to our community and beyond!
Visited with my 3 kids and wife. No childrenâs menu but they brought coloring books for the kids and it has a family friendly vibe. Kids split a cheese pizza and fries. My wife and I had burgers which were both very good. The kids loved the ice cream sandwiches for dessert. Really good but limited beers on tap and yummy cocktails. Good find.
4 based on 389 reviews
Visited here two nights in row, the food is excellent and the selection of beer is good. Tried the Jackson Salad which is lovely for a carb free meal...well sort of. Also tried the coleslaw, tasted fresh and a tad touch of spice. The staff is really nice, the prices are great. I think the Jackson salad was $12, enough to fill and have room for drinks. There's a decent sized area to sit outside with about 8 tables. Inside is very warm from the kitchen, the area by the bar is cooler.
4 based on 309 reviews
The Best Barbecue in NYC! Offering SLOW SMOKED GOODNESS! Home of the "INFAMOUS" BURNT ENDS! Never had them, we suggest you do! Guaranteed to change your life!
I love BBQ and make it a point to trying BBQ whenever I am in a new area.I was looking forward to trying the best BBQ in Queens...Hits and misses....Pros and Cons....Service was very good and very pleasant.Restaraunt was clean.Had a nice Imperial IPA.My brisket was dry with no bark or smoke ring. There was a thin layer of fat that provided the only moisture. See picture.Rib tips were good...but Ive had better.They were out of sauced ribs so I went with dry rub.They were very good.Mac & Cheese was very creamy, not my style but good flavor.Other meals at the table were brunch related and enjoyed.It is probably a true statement,the best in Queens.
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