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Sunnyside Landmark Closes: Flynn’s Inn

Flynn’s Inn, a traditional Irish-American pub, closed its doors for good recently when the owners decided not to renew their lease.

The pub’s furniture and bar equipment was thrown in a dumpster, according to a neighbor.  The pub was located at 43-13 Queens Boulevard.


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I agree Bill. With so many other similiar options along the blvd, it’s not really a huge loss in my books. But I’m sure there’s a bunch of regulars who might not agree. And it was a go-to spot to watch international and English soccer matches.


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