Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden

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29-19 24th Ave (btwn 29th & 31st St)
Astoria, NY 11102
(718) 274-4925
Beer Garden, American, Eastern European
$ $
Mon–Thu: 5:00 PM–1:00 AM Fri: 5:00 PM–3:00 AM Sat: Noon–3:00 AM Sun: Noon–1:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • Make the trip to Astoria to go to a legendary outdoor beer garden
  • Open 91 years, this is the granddaddy of NY beer gardens. Leafy "Bohemka," as Czech expats call it, packs up to 1,000 beer swillers on warm days. Don't miss the dumplings and Staropramen lager.
  • Claim a minglefriendly table in the huge, tree-canopied garden (open year-round) at this authentically Czech biergarten.
  • Plopping down at a picnic table here from midday to the evening hours is just about the best summer activity.
  • Seating is plentiful, the drink list features a fair share of low-alcohol brews, and traditional Czech food is available to soak up some of that booze. What is there not to love about this bierhaus?
  • There are many imitators, but this is the one true, traditional beer garden in New York. Its beer selection isn't huge, and mainly skews to imports, naturally, but the atmosphere is one of a kind.
  • Congratulations, you've found one of Esquire's Best Bars in America. We recommend getting a pitcher of Staropramen with Saturday brunch.
  • Order hennepin beer...strongest beer they have, 7.7% alcohol.
  • Some of the superior beers now on tap are the citrusy Franziskaner Weissbier and the White Aphro, which has strong lavender notes, as servers warn men who order it.
  • NYCs oldest beer garden, with some of the freshest Pilsner Urquell weve found in the city.
  • Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden is the last remaining original beer garden in New York. Escape the city without leaving the city.
  • Go early and stake your claim to an area
  • Owned and managed by an organization dedicated to preserving the areas Czech and Slovak communities, this Astoria institution serves up serious beer and bratwurst.
  • The oldest beer garden in New York City! Go for the live music, pitchers of cold Czech beer and fresh grilled Klobasa.
  • Get off at Astoria Blvd and walk 1 block North for the closest subway stop.
  • When available try their pork, sauerkraut and dumplings! It serves two and every bite feels heavenly.
  • The original house of Czech in Astoria, New York the atmosphere is friendly and the suds are cold.
  • NYC 's oldest beer garden. A great place to spend some time with your friends over a beer.
  • Cheap and cheerful. When we want to get our rowdy outdoor drink on with a group of friends, this is our top pick. Expect an upbeat mix of Astoria locals, trendy young families, and hip 20-somethings.
  • The food is actually pretty good -- who knew?