Show your Amazin’ baseball pride and win drinks, food at these Queens bars

Photo by Anthony Giudice

With Queens’ home team finally playing for a world championship, QNS and The Queens Courier have partnered with local bars to give some lucky die-hard fans a night of drinks, food and fun while watching the action.

In order to participate, all fans have to do is register on QNS.com and post a picture of themselves in their blue and orange baseball gear on their community page on the site. Must be 21 years and older to enter.

After being selected, the winners and friends will receive $200 in drinks and food, plus tax and gratuity, at these participating Queens bars:

  • Bourbon Street
    40-12 Bell Blvd., Bayside, NY 11361
    Established in 1998, Bourbon Street is the place to go when you crave Cajun fare in true New Orleans fashion. The Bayside eatery is also a great spot to unwind after a long day, especially with its brand-new rooftop lounge featuring an outdoor bar and comfortable seating.
  • The Ravel Hotel (Sunday game only)
    8-08 Queens Plaza South, LIC, NY 11101
    The Ravel is Long Island City’s first luxury boutique hotel featuring 63 lavishly designed guestrooms overlooking the Manhattan skyline. Ravel is centrally located 1 mile east of midtown Manhattan. Nestled between the 59th Street Queensboro Bridge and midtown Manhattan, the Ravel offers guests a true city experience without the hassle.
  • Break Bar & Billiards (Game 5 only)
    32-04 Broadway, Astoria, NY 11103
    Break Bar and Billiards in Astoria features 7,000 square feet of space with 16 HD big screen displays and a 105-foot HD projector. The bar offers more than 30 beers, including 18 taps, and guests can enjoy Billiards, ping-pong, darts, vintage arcade games and more.
  • Austin’s Ale House
    82-70 Austin St., Kew Gardens, NY 11415
    Established in 1992, Austin’s Ale House gives that local home feeling, serving up trendy, pub-style comfort food along with a fine selection of spirits and domestic and imported beers. Ample bar seating, a welcoming dining room, fine drinks and enticing cuisine all add up to what Austin’s has to offer.

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