On this week's edition of Happy Hour Bee, Bianca Jaime visits Queenstown Public House where she enjoys American fare with a Kiwi twist at this dog-friendly eatery that offers a country feel at its 1900's era house-turned-restaurant.
Located at 1557 Columbia Street in San Diego's Little Italy neighborhood, Queenstown, which opened in April 2013, develops on PJ Lamont and Matt Baker’s New Zealand-themed restaurants that include Raglan Public House in Ocean Beach and Bare Back Grill in Pacific Beach. The duo also has another concept in the works for North Park, rumored to be named 'Dunedin,' which will take over the former Eddie's Philadelphia Steaks & Hoagies at 3501 30th Street.
Queenstown embraces the San Diego craft beer scene with their 28 tap system and offers a menu that features organic, grass fed beef and lamb burgers, all natural chicken sandwiches, tantalizing entrees and shareable appetizers. Check out Biana's experience to learn more about Queenstown's happy hour, which takes place Monday through Friday, from 3pm-6pm and offers $8 flights of wine, beer or sangria and $3 sliders.