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Dirty Pierre’s x Station House



Nothing says casual relaxation like holing up with your person over a big specialty burger and fries at a tiny hole-in-the-wall burger joint, which is why Dirty Pierre’s is the perfect spot to kick back and have a satisfying meal. With walls covered in mismatched memorabilia and a slight piggie theme throughout, this local establishment is the kind of unique little spot that makes you feel entertained but right at home, offering huge portions of steaming mussels in garlic and white wine with freshly baked bread, all kinds of cheesy quesadillas, a build-your-own Mac n’ Cheese and of course, their famous burger—½ pound of charbroiled beef on an English Muffin.

Stay cool and relaxed at popular bar Station House, an unpretentious neighborhood locale that boasts an impressive selection of craft beers and over 120 choices of whiskey. Sidle up next to your love and sample some beers from the keg for free before settling. Despite their astounding array of whiskey and whiskey cocktails, we suggest you don’t neglect their craft cocktails, which are made strong and labeled with flavor descriptions. A perfect place to chill after a big meal, you and your person are guaranteed a bustling, colorful ambiance and a great drink to end the night lowkey.

Forrest Hills
Dinner, Drinks
Can Get Pricey
Chill, Relaxed

Dirty Pierre's

13 Station Square, Queens

idk tip:  It doesn’t have to be a French restaurant for great French Onion Soup, and the one served here is perfect for the winter months.

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Station House

106—11 71st Avenue, Queens

idk tip:  This place gets crowded, so it’s worth it trying to get in a little earlier.

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