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Greenpoint Lounge Opens

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Oct. 10, 2010 By George Burles

New management has taken over the former “Black Lamb” – on 43-33 Greenpoint Ave – and has renamed the pub the “Greenpoint Lounge.”

This weekend the owners were putting up new signage up on the pub (at this point the “o” is missing in the sign).  The bar has gone by many names in recent years–from The Pint, The Harp and The Black Lamb.

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Paddy D

I like going heere to see Tommy, the night bartender. he’s a lovely man. he always puts me in a good mood!


Sometimes I go here for a cocktail. It’s lovely and the beer is ice cold. It’s convenient because there’s pizza next door. Uuuuuuurrrrrrp!

Margie Kiernan

When Curves left the Sunnyside area, many women were quite disappointed. Any chance of the community getting it back somehow. Since it’s close, many women are at a loss of finding a nice place to exercise. All of the previous members that I meet up with lament that we no longer have a Curves — anything we can do about it? Thanks.


Since you ae a writter yourself. Why do you visit and have your own review the restaurnats and bars in our town. at least all your viewers will have your point of vew to decide where to spend with money and bid bucks. Plus we have too many bars in our town. I wish we had another printer or a business that could give our residence probvlem solving services intead of spending so much time on the phone or on line


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