Bars & Clubs in Woodside, NY


Top Bars & Clubs in Woodside, NY



Bars & Clubs in Woodside, NY
The Spice Tree Restaurant / Lounge

The Spice Tree Restaurant / Lounge

6812 Woodside Ave, Woodside


Formerly BQE Fitness, Only $19.99 per month. Aerobic, cardio, circuit training, free weights, boxing, sauna, steam room, tanning, cardio, mma.
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40.742471 -73.89597
Donovan's Pub

Donovan's Pub

5724 Roosevelt Ave, Flushing


This otherwise unexceptional-looking Queens pub has one special claim on the attention of New Yorkers: its famously oversized hamburger. In fact, the burger isn't actually that…
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40.745401 -73.903018
Sean Og Tavern

Sean Og Tavern

6002 Woodside Ave, Flushing


Sean's is my local watering hole, super low key without being super divey. My friends always gather here to chill after work and the last time we were there, they had a tyku…
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40.744777 -73.90423
Cuckoos Nest

Cuckoos Nest

6104 Woodside Ave, Woodside


The Cuckoos nest is a great place to go before or after a Mets game. Its easy on and off the LIRR and 7 Train. My wife and I, who live in Quogue (for those of you who dont know is…
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40.744596 -73.90352
Saints & Sinners

Saints & Sinners

5921 Roosevelt Ave, Woodside


Great place. When I visit friends locally here, I always go to Saints & Sinners! This is the place to see friendly people, enjoy the fine drinks and relax. Though I have never…
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40.745626 -73.904571
Starting Gate Bar

Starting Gate Bar

5910 Woodside Ave, Woodside



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40.745236 -73.904955
Breslin & Sweeney

Breslin & Sweeney

3950 61ST St, Flushing



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40.745876 -73.9036
Two Shotz Llc

Two Shotz Llc

5411 Northern Blvd, Woodside



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40.753533 -73.906099
Non Pub

Non Pub

4050 62nd St, Woodside



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40.743163 -73.903073
Sir Jin Corp

Sir Jin Corp

5919 37TH Ave, Flushing



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40.749993 -73.902738

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Donovan's Pub. This otherwise unexceptional-looking Queens pub has one special claim on the attention of New Yorkers: its famously oversized hamburger. In fact, the burger isn't actually that great; like many similar Irish bar bombs, its size doesn't correspond to flavor or, really, anything. But to eat it, when hungry, in the kind of working-class Queens bar that Archie Bunker would have gone to -- that's a special treat, maybe even one worth the subway ride. … read more