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The Lowery Bar & Kitchen
Looking for a craft cocktail or cold beer in Sunnyside, Queens? Stop by The Lowery, an American restaurant and bar in the neighborhood. First off, order something to drink. Beer drinkers might go for a local brew like Six Point Sweet Action Cream Ale ($7) or a bucket of six cans of Montauk Brewing Company Summer Ale ($26). If you’re looking for spirits, ask for one of the house-infusions—pineapple-jalapeno tequila ($10), basil-raspberry gin ($10) or apple-cinnamon bourbon ($12)—served over ice. Need a little snack? Order the crispy pork belly sliders ($12), half-rack of St. Louis-style ribs ($14) or pretzel-crusted mozzarella curds with avocado and jalapeno ranch dip ($11) to share with your pals. Hungrier folks might order the Boulevard flatbread with mushrooms, ricotta, arugula and truffle oil ($15), the steak frites ($27) or the buttermilk fried chicken sandwich ($15).
Venue says: “Hours of Happiness- Mon-Fri from 4-7pm, $2 off all draught beer, $8 house-crafted cocktails, $4 bottle & can beer, and $6 wine”