Best Pub restaurants nearby. Discover the best Pub food in Jamaica. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Pub restaurants near you.. Jamaica is a middle-class neighborhood in the New York City borough of Queens. The neighborhood is part of Queens Community Board 12, which also includes Hollis, St. Albans, Springfield Gardens, Baisley Pond Park, Rochdale Village, and South Jamaica. The NYPD's 103rd, 113th & 105th Precincts patrol Jamaica.
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4 based on 17 reviews
From the time we walked in the service was uncommonly good for NYC; where did they find their staff?? Great drink specials during the day, and the Margarita was very tasty and the alcohol was generously pored. Two meat sampler plate was a big serving and the choice of two sides (from a good list) put it over the top. Menu has great choices for the serious BBQ lovers and a good selection for the less meat inclined. The fried fish tacos, a starter, was an ample main course and very good. There is also a 14$ brunch menu with substantive choices (not mini portions) INCLUDING two drinks! They clearly use very fresh produce and care about what they serve. The atmosphere was also interesting, reminiscent of times gone by, although the sports-bar style plasma TVs could really be taken out... Overall great value for NYC and worth the visit. Darlene was an outstanding waitress.
3 based on 35 reviews
The Mediterranean Grill is located at the lowest level of the Fairfield Inn JFK Airport. While there are alternative eating places in the vicinity, the neighbourhood is a bit run down. It has been subsumed by the enormous industrial development of areas surrounding a major airport, The Mediterranean Grill is a pleasant alternative.As its name suggests, its menu is Mediterranean themed. The restaurant has a well stocked bar. Prices are reasonable, service is cheerful and they food, quite good.
3 based on 51 reviews
We checked in to the hotel around 8 after a four hour drive and we were pretty hungry. No where else really to go that was convenient so we ate at the restaurant. Yes the food is expensive, they sort of got you, but it was pretty decent. We were all happy with our meals, it helps that we were very hungry. The waiter was very nice and did a good job taking care of us.
4 based on 60 reviews
AMAZING AND DELICIOUS. Consider this place for your next gathering as they have a private room. The food was a tremendous hit. Besides having a large kids menu, the appetizers were spot on (perogin, pretzels,) I Personally had wurst sampler and it made it special to me. I chose the red pepper filled and their brat.They even had homemade desserts.Bathrooms were clean and services was efficient. Negatives.The music was a tad bit loud. But I expect that was because it was December 23rd and the guy kept up with Holiday tunes.
4 based on 89 reviews
THE CORNERSTONE OF FINE FOOD AND SPIRITS IN KEW GARDENS! Experience the welcoming allure of Austin's Steak and Ale House, located in Kew Gardens, one of Queens' trendiest and emerging neighborhoods. Austin's Steak and Ale House is a step above the rest wh
We went Saturday night for a couple drinks to start the night off. Service was prompt and courteous and we were served refills very quickly . One thing though the entrance is hard to find and it's not really Clearly labelled and there are steps that I'm sure at the end of the night people stumble out of the bar but other than that good bar scene
4 based on 68 reviews
Our mission at Forest Hills Station House is to focus on what's current and fun in the modern restaurant business. Our well trained and knowledgeable staff is eager to guide you towards a great bourbon, rye, craft beer, or cocktail to pair with our chef's
Very good looking place and good service. I was surprised by their spring burger and the delicious sweet potatoes fries. I recommend this place.
An amenity unlike any other for travelers and locals alike, The Pool Bar is a premier rooftop bar, lounge and observation deck atop the new landmark TWA Hotel at JFK Airport.
Everybody on the pool deck seemed to be enjoying themselves on this warm October afternoon. We didn't jump in the pool, but the water was nice and warm so that those who did never got chilled. More like an over-sized hot tub. We enjoyed a lunch at a reserved table at the pool bar. She had a warm grain bowl and I had a classic cheeseburger and fries. Champagne was on the house because of my birthday - a nice and quite unexpected touch.
4 based on 89 reviews
Six of us were looking for a place to eat before seeing a concert at Forest Hills Stadium on a Sunday evening, and we didn't plan in advance and make reservations, which the day of was "impossible".We luckily found Banter, as it was an excellent "choice".....we did wait about 35 minutes for a table, which is understandable given the circumstances. Melissa, our server, was very helpful, as well as gregarious, and with the kitchen's help, had our food out promptly, both appetizers and main courses. We ordered off the "Event Menu" - which is a truncated version of things they have on their normal menu. There was enough choices to meet anyone's needs. We ordered the Curry Cheese Fries and they were outstanding; and, we also got the special corned beef eggrolls, which were well liked. The mains were the Guinness and Beef Pie, which was great, and so too the Chicken Pot Pie, though some felt the Guinness dish was better.I had the Banter Signature Salad with Salmon, which was very good (well dressed and salmon cooked well). We all really enjoyed our experience there, and look forward to future visits, going to more concerts and just having a meal....
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