Beebe’s, Long Island City

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Beebe’s, Long Island City

The topped-to-the-edge thin-crust pizzas at Beebe's Long Island City pay homage to New York's original style pies...

Floor-to-ceiling windows, furniture with a mid-century mindfulness and an outdoor courtyard are just some of the design features at Beebe’s, the new bar and restaurant situated within Long Island City’s design-conscious Boro Hotel.

Beebe's Long Island City, Boro Hotel Restaurant Queens New York

The topped-to-the-edge, crispy thin-crust pizzas at Beebe’s Long Island City pay homage to New York City’s original style pies from the early 20th century.

Serving up crispy thin-crust pizzas alongside a menu of New American cuisine—with strong Italian and New York influences, the all-day restaurant is run by chef Lou Tomczak, formerly of Emmy Squared, along with chef George Mandakas, and is quite the laid-back spot to a while away a long lunch or evening meal. Located on the hotel’s ground floor with a small courtyard, Beebe’s attracts locals and visitors, and encourages mingling over good honest food and among inspirational design.

Boro’s owners left Eric Mailaender of Resistance Design in charge of creating a contemporary space that features geometric wood wall panels, custom banquettes and fine city views. A bright red pizza oven and cement brick and butcher-block bar make up the eatery’s focal points; allowing diners to watch as the chefs prepare those ‘topped to the edge’ New York style pies, and classic meat and pasta dishes, whilst catching a glimpse of bartenders Miguel Govea and Maximilian Caraballo shaking up their mean seasonal cocktail list.

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Beebes Long Island City
Beebes Boro Hotel Queens New York
Beebe's Long Island City, Boro Hotel Restaurant Queens New York
Beebes Long Island City
Beebes Boro Hotel Queens New York
Beebes Long Island City
Beebes Boro Hotel Queens New York
Beebe's Long Island City, Boro Hotel Restaurant Queens New York
Beebes Long Island City
Beebes Boro Hotel Queens New York

Photography, Heidi’s Bridge / Liz Clayman

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