William Hallet

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In the 17th century, William Hallett was said to be the first landowner in what later became Astoria. Hence, this vintage bar and New American restaurant (minus one t) displays early American portraiture on old-timey gold wallpaper. But there's nothing stodgy about the place. Patrons and barkeeps greet one another by name, rock and roll is on the sound system and service doesn't end until nearly 4am. Beer is the main draw, served by the bottle, can or on draft and discounted at happy hour. Menu highlights include the Cobb salad with pork belly, trout with roasted morels and English peas, and a turducken meatloaf sandwich with bacon and bourbon ketchup.

36-10 30th Ave.
Queens, NY 11103
  (718) 269-3443
  Hours: Mon.–Fri., 2:30pm–4am; Sat.–Sun., 11am–4am


Cuisine
American (New)
Amenities
Bar/Lounge
Miscellaneous
Good for Groups
Outdoor Seating
Reservations Accepted
Payment Types
Credit Cards Accepted
Services
Catering
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