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Crown Gastropub Announces Nightly Specials
Chef Tim Eagan and restaurateur Gerry McClorey partner in Bellmore venture
Diners who want to enjoy extraordinary food and an outstanding selection of cocktails and beer on a casual night out have a fantastic destination awaiting them.
Crown Gastropub recently announced its nightly specials for nearly each day of the week, offering treats for fans of exquisite dishes and a superb selection of nearly 200 types of whiskey, bourbon and rye. The gastropub also offers half-priced drinks during happy hour 4:30-7 p.m. Tuesdays through Sundays.
It’s “Taco Tuesday” on Tuesdays as diners can enjoy three tacos and get a free margarita. On “Wine & Dine Wednesday,” Crown Gastropub features Chef Tim Eagan’s choice cut served with mashed potatoes and grilled vegetables for $29. The meal includes a free salad or appetizer and a glass of Josh Cabernet Sauvignon.
Beer lovers will enjoy “Thursty Thursdays” as they can buy a tap beer and appetizer or salad and get their second tap beer for free. “Friday Night Flights” offers visitors the opportunity to buy a tap beer flight or whiskey flight and get a half-priced appetizer on the house along with. There are $9 tap beer flights and $15 whiskey flights 4:30-7 p.m. on Fridays.
“Prime Rib Sundays” offers Chef Tim Eagan’s delicious slow-roasted prime rib – king & queen cuts served with mashed potatoes, grilled vegetables and natural jus.
Special entrees and appetizers are often available throughout the week as well.
The specials give Long Island diners an opportunity to experience the fare at the 106 Bedford Ave., Bellmore, N.Y. 11710
Eagan, a Long Island native and graduate of London’s Cordon Bleu cooking school, and restauranteur Gerry McClorey partnered to launch Crown Gastropub.
The gastropub concept came onto the scene in the 1990s as a restaurant or pub that serves high-quality food and craft beers. Crown Gastropub takes that up a notch with a strong emphasis on fine whiskeys, bourbons and ryes as well as hand-crafted cocktails.
Diners enjoy food made with the finest ingredients including hand-selected beef and local seafood and produce. Another unique feature is the hand-crafted décor such as hand-poured glass blocks from Wisconsin and a white-oak flooring that reclaims boards from an old New York schoolhouse’s gym.
Crown Gastropub is open Tuesdays through Sundays and closed on Mondays.
For more information, visit its website at https://crowngastropub.com