Open 91 years, this is the granddaddy of NY beer gardens. Leafy "Bohemka," as Czech expats call it, packs up to 1,000 beer swillers on warm days. Don't miss the dumplings and Staropramen lager. Read more.
Here, grilled cheese receives the star treatment & all sandwiches are under $11. Try the rich melted Gouda, offset with pickled jalapeños, sweet guava jam & creamy black-bean hummus on brioche ($10). Read more.
This laid-back Queens gastropub offers an array of reasonably priced suds from craft breweries like Sixpoint, Lagunitas and Captain Lawrence. Complement your brew with beer-battered McClure’s pickles. Read more.
Try the Rib Tips, rubbed down with paprika and brown sugar, then smoked over peach and pecan wood for three hours. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. Read more.
We like spinoffs: “”Rhoda.” “Frasier.” “Melrose Place.” Add to the list: 5 Napkin Burger. The hulking 10-ounce burger—with comte cheese, caramelized onions and rosemary aioli was a mainstay Nice Matin Read more.
The addictive “double cheese”—a squishy toasted bun sandwiching 2 juicy patties cloaked in melted American cheese with onion, lettuce & tomato—is a gloriously greasy retort to Golden State smugness. Read more.
Down some beers while garage rock plays at this low-key neighborhood pub. Join the locals chilling at the bar over an American or international brew. Read more.
Romance your companion over a cocktail at this old-fashioned space. Try the Fairbanks (gin, dry vermouth, grenadine and apricot brandy) and enjoy nostalgic dishes like oysters Rockefeller. Read more.
Set in the cobblestone courtyard of an erstwhile factory in Queens, this spot holds up to 1,800 guests who come for 20-plus European and American brews on tap, plus hamburgers, sausages, even sushi. Read more.
Enjoy tasty, low-cost paninis & tapas in a quaint atmosphere here. Eat mozzarella & olive spread crostini ($4.50) & a chorizo panini ($8.50). Read more.
Chef Cosmas Bisticas, formerly at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, has opened this Greek restaurant in Astoria. The menu includes roasted marrow bones topped with marinated white anchovies. Read more.
You can't go wrong with mofongo, a dish of ground plantains mixed with pork and cheese and dripping in cheese sauce. Read more.
Visit here for an amazing deal on delectable Greek & Cypriot cuisine. Try Keftedes (Cyprus Meatballs) for $13.50 or Mousaka for $13.95. Read more.
It has a long list of healthy wraps and smoothies. Try the "Banana & The King" for a kick of banana, pineapple, peach, honey and, of course, yogurt. Read more.