Final post-game party of 2018 at The Pine

Final post-game party of 2018 at The Pine

by Darren Meenan September 13, 2018 0 Comments

Since 2003 The Pine has been serving up cocktails and tasty food to the Flushing Faithful. On 9/30 we'll head over after the game to close out the 2018 baseball season with a bang. 

The bar and restaurant itself isn't gigantic, so we reserved the entire back room to bring the capacity up a bit. Our very own T7LA tailgate DJ, Elvis will be get the party going, and The Pine has some great drink specials lined up. 

If you've never been, The Pine is located in the Holiday Inn Express just a couple blocks from the ballpark on 114th street. It's about a 5 minute walk from Citi, and they also locked in a special hotel rate for the night if you wanna stay over and turn it up a notch. 

TO BOOK A ROOM, CALL 718-651-2100 AND TELL THEM YOU WANT "THE PINE RATE FOR THE 7 LINE ARMY" - The discounted rate is $159 plus tax. That's about a $40 discount right now (the hotel prices go up based on availability).


DRINK SPECIALS:
Michelob Ultra and PBR pints for $3
Coors Light, Bud Light, Bud, Miller Lite buckets 5 for $15
Heineken/Corona buckets 5 for $20
Along with their specialty cocktails:

 

THE PINE
37-10 113th street
Corona, NY 11368

 

TO PURCHASE A TICKET TO THE GAME CLICK HERE



Darren Meenan
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