This authentic Czech beer garden, opened in 1910, offers plenty of mingle-friendly picnic tables, where you can sit while you sample cheap platters of sausage and a solid lineup of European and domestic beers (pints $6, pitchers $16). Though the huge, tree-canopied garden is open year-round, summer is the prime time to soak up some rays over a pint. Prost!
|Venue name:||Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden||Contact:|
29-19 24th Ave
|Cross street:||between 29th and 31st Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thu 5pm–2am; Fri 5pm–3am; Sat noon–3am; Sun noon–2am|
|Transport:||Subway: N, Q to Astoria Blvd|
|Price:||Average drink: $6. AmEx, MC, V|
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This place is great except for the crowds. I like that it's family friendly. It's almost entirely outdoors, though there's a smallish indoor bar area. There's a stage for musicians and performers.
Living only a few blocks away, this is a great place to go to spend a more relaxing night socializing. Their food is pretty good, but the atmosphere is rather underwhelming. One of my favorite beer gardens I've been to had games of jenga, ping pong, etc. Would suggest adding some things to do as such.
I love this place. My parents used to take me when I was a kid just to run around but as an adult it's so perfect for summer, spring or fall drinking. The food is fantastic, the beer selection is giant and interesting. There is live music and space to dance! There's a large-ish smoking area as well which is fantastic for smokers because it's big and open and for non-smokers because it's separated enough to not takeover the whole space. All in all it really is a fantastic time and a great atmosphere.
Situated near the end of the N/Q train in Astoria, the Bohemian Beer Garden is a tremendous outdoor beer garden that can easily be missed from the outside. A 15 stone wall surrounds the backyard area hiding it from the street. A large castle-like wooden door is one way to enter. Once inside, the atmosphere is casual and relaxed, unless there is a performance on their stage. The beer selection is decent and there is a grill that will whip up burgers and wursts. The long communal tables are perfect for large groups, but be sure to go early during warmer months. This place fills quickly and the line wraps around the block. Kids are welcome, until 8 o'clock, so if you need somewhere to drink beer and watch your kids, you have reached your destination.