A lively spot for sports, grub, and wide variety of ice-cold beers, Bar 43 is home to 13 plasma-screen TVs and 32 taps from which a plethora of foamy pours emerge. As for food, chefs prepare Irish?influenced pub cuisine from an eclectic list of dishes for brunch, lunch, or dinner. Pair one of six local craft beers from the taps with a Gaelic Burger topped with Guinness?infused cheddar, Irish bacon, and sauteed onions, or sip a specialty "beer cocktail" to wash down pulled-pork sliders.
The marketing specialists at Queens Promotion Group further the reach of local hospitality and entertainment businesses through promotional events and branding services. From the Crawfish Festival held in the swanky boutique Z Hotel to unlimited drinks served in the ultramodern bar, Play, Queens Promotion Group hosts convivial gatherings in venues that accommodate their clients’ sizes, strengths, and fear of ghosts. The outfit also offers such varied services as graphic design and website development, ad placement, and digital marketing campaigns.
Cacerolas Restaurant's gustatory spellcasters charm unsuspecting tongues with an appetizing menu of Colombian mainstays. Kick off the flavorful festivities with an appetite-whetting array of empanadas (starting at $1.50), or opt to begin with the chicharrón ahumado ($6.25) or chicharrón regular ($5.25), the world's primary pigskin products now that quarterbacks have taken to tossing entire pigs. Spoon slingers can explore the selection of soups, with bountiful baths of ox-tail, yellow corn, or tripe helping keep bellies warm and taste buds happy (starting at $6.95). Spaghetti con pollo en salsa Francesca (spaghetti with chicken in french sauce, $14.95) gives eaters a savory survey of multiple culinary cultures, and the multifaceted bandeja tipica cacerolas asada ($15.95) seeks and destroys hunger with grilled steak and an angry mob of traditional sides such as corn cakes, sweet plantains, and egg.