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Specialties Our kitchen provides the best in Italian Entrees, Burgers, Steaks & Panins! We have two full bars and a private ballroom, which can be rented to parties of 15 - 200! History Established in 2011 Bob Winegar, long-time Hopatcong businessman and proprietor of Under the Boardwalk, The Junction, Bob's Place & Kabobs at the Northwood Inn, brings you his newest concept: Junction 46 - Restaurant, Bar & Night Club!
Enter Code "HotBlue" for discount tix! This year’s 5 Boro PicNYC will include many great features: A wide selection of craft beer styles, exclusively featuring Sixpoint craft ales: Sweet Action, Resin, Sehr Crisp Pils, Righteous Rye, Bengali Tiger, Brownstone Brown Ale, and additional special brews TBA; Hot Sauce & Blues with area Blues Bands assembled by music industry insider Steve Seabury, who also will curate a hot sauce tasting featuring his own High River Sauces, NY Hot Sauce, Sol Sauce, and others TBA; a Grilled Cheese Cook-Off with 10+ competing chefs—including Corey Cova of Earl’s Beer and Cheese and Tom Cat Bakery—sponsored by Jarlsberg Cheese; Slow Food NYC Taco Challenge with tortillas provided by Tortilleria Nixtamal; More than 20 food stations including offering from Jimmy’s No. 43, East Village Meat Market, and Lucky 777 Chili, among others; Family-friendly features, including free ferry rides between Governors Island and Manhattan or Brooklyn, free kid’s admission with paying adult, Ice Cream by Van Leuwen, and other family-oriented fare TBA. This year’s community/charitable partners for 5 Boro PicNYC include Slow Food NYC, Earth Matter, Kingsboro Community College, and Teen Battle Chef. $35 tickets go on sale Tuesday, April 24th, and include one beer ticket and unlimited samplings from 11:30-2 p.m. (additional beer tickets are $20 for four beers and will be available on site). Additional food may be purchased until closing. 5 Boro PicNYC runs May 26th and 27th from 11:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Esquire Mag: Freddy’s voted one of ESQUIRE’S BEST BARS IN AMERICA. Time Out NY: “It’s possible that Freddy’s is as near a perfect saloon experience as you’ll ever encounter.” WNYC: ”It has a cat that you can’t out-drink, it’s got the best fishtank in New York City. It’s an amazing bar.” Freddy's Bar owners Donald O'Finn, Matt Kuhn , and Matt Kimmett Village Voice: Freddy’s voted “One of the 10 Best Bars in Brooklyn.” N.Y. Gamble Guide: Freddy’s voted “One of the 10 Best Dive bars in N.Y.” – “A Brooklyn classic… Also one of the best bars in N.Y. City for Sunday afternoon drinking.” New York Mag: “Greatness lies behind these doors.”
Since 1910, Bohemian Hall has been a part of New York City history. Ours is the last original remaining Beer Garden in all of NYC. Bohemian Hall is run and managed by the Bohemian Citizens' Benevolent Society of Astoria, a fraternal organization dedicated to education and preserving the Czech and Slovak communities in the area..
Among the oldest and most historic bars in the country, Neir's Tavern & Café is located in the Woodhaven section of Queens in New York City, near the Brooklyn border. Over 180 years old, it is one of the few old drinking establishments that have been in almost continuous operation (Prohibition notwithstanding) and in the same location, for its entire history. Neir's is known as the tavern where Mae West first performed, where actors such as W.C. Fields and businessmen like Fred Trump (Donald's father) would gather for a drink. It has also gained fame as the bar in which the classic Martin Scorsese film, Goodfellas, starring Robert DeNiro, Joe Pesci, Ray Liotta and Lorraine Bracco, was filmed. Recently Tower Heist (fall 2011) movie starring Ben Stiller, Eddie Murphy, Tea Leoni & Alan Alda was filmed here.
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