The Quays - In the midst of an Irish cluster in the heart of a Greek hood, The Quays multi-functions as a motherly, local bar with the regulars glued to bar stools, and a miniature of the emerald island in Queens. The quaint, dark wood dominated decor and a rustic bar with one-dollar bills pasted all over (as a threatening reminder of our obligation to tip?) will treat you with a standard row of well drinks and taps. The dusty bookshelves add an extra cozy touch, and the house dart tournaments confirm that the neighborhood bar culture is far from being dead.
Under-appreciated musicians can offer their services during an open mic night (Sunday) and Europeans who frantically browse the channels looking for soccer in despair will always find a game on one of the 5 TVs.