Thursday, June 2, 2005

Austin Steak and Ale House: Pub grub doesn’t disappoint

The Austin Steak and Ale House is a popular Kew Gardens watering hole with lots of old time pubby atmosphere. It is a warren of several rooms running between Austin Street and the Long Island Rail Road tracks. Their selection of brews is impressive, with 21 on tap and an even greater number bottled. It's a lively place to stop for a cold one. Comment

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By Scott Sieber


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