Even if you’re one of those people who stays in touch with freshman year roommates and the kid who lent you pencils in homeroom, you can bring everyone you know to Bohemian Hall. This beer garden in Astoria is bigger than most NYC parks not named Central, and it’s a great place to spend a summer afternoon drinking steins of Czech beer and eating bratwursts with some friends and 1000 strangers.
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