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Welsh Rarebit at Longbow Pub and Pantry

Say what you will about their overall, national cuisine, but the Brits happen to be really on point with their immoderate use of beer. This Welsh pub by way of Bay Ridge is suitably free-handed with the stuff. You’ll find beer-battered fried cod, steak and ale pie, and best of all, a seriously rich Welsh Rarebit — melted, aged cheddar cheese infused with beer and spices, on toasted, thick country white bread. Want to really go for broke? Order it poured over the Longbow Burger, and topped with crispy bacon.

7316 3rd Ave, (718) 238-7468

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