People go to a neighborhood bar to engage in lively discussions, whether about next season’s Little League prospects or the difference between an apple and a potato. Start the Great Debate with today’s Groupon to Austin’s Steak and Ale House in Kew Gardens. Choose from the following two options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of pub-style comfort fare and drinks.
- For $20, you get $40 worth of pub-style comfort fare and drinks.
Austin’s Steak and Ale House, lauded by local press such as Time Out New York and the Queens Ledger, invites drinkers and diners to exercise their appetites in a comfortable neighborhood pub. The kitchen turns out a detailed menu of comfort fare all week to mollify agitated abdomens. Begin dining with an order of buffalo chicken wings ($7.95) or curry fries ($5.95) to pave the way for later pabulum-consumption. A variety of entrees include omnivore-pleasing options such as a 16-ounce pan-blackened new york shell steak ($23.95), the chicken fettuccine with a creamy parmesan sauce ($14.95), or sambuca salmon topped with Gulf shrimp and diced tomato ($21.95). For those banned from evening eating, the lunch menu offers select dinner features cooked at lunchtime speed—the Austin burger wears a crown of onions, mushrooms, cheese, and bacon ($8.95), and midday exclusives include the sliced-steak sandwich featuring sirloin tidbits topped with mozzarella cheese ($10.95) and the french-dip supreme ($8.95).
The large bar at Austin’s houses 20 individually calibrated tap lines to preserve and pour the worldwide collection of draughts the way Dionysus intended them. The beer selection covers domestic standards and international brews from alcohol’s disparate ancestral homes of Germany, Belgium, Mexico, and Ireland. A halo of televisions surrounds the long bar, providing a tranquilizing aura of athletic competition to entertain wandering eyes as static tongues and throats are indisposed.
Austin's Ale House
Bartenders at Austin's Ale House pair an extensive, international beer selection from far-away locales including Sweden, Belgium, and the Czech Republic with a menu of elegant pub-style comfort fare. Each of the 20 brews on tap boasts individual temperature and pressure controls, helping ensure that sippers experience maximum flavor and can construct sturdy sculptures from the foam heads. In the kitchen, chefs dish up classic pub fare peppered with creative ingredients, such as Black Angus burgers bedecked with garlic-cumin chili, fried egg, and pineapple, as well as entrees that showcase high-quality cuts of beef and fresh seafood. Outdoor seating areas deposit diners in a foliage-filled garden or on a patio covered by umbrellas. Inside, numerous paintings perch atop exposed-brick and dark wood-paneled walls, and dangling lights and flat-screen TVs illuminate the restaurant's dining room, full bar, and unnecessary collection of night-vision goggles.
82-70 Austin St.
Kew Gardens, New York 11415Get Directions