Queens Bully is a neighborhood institution, uniting Forest Hills denizens with the gift of a multicultural gastropub where patrons are bound to find a dish that reminds them of home in some way. The restaurant’s fare has been called “American BBQ fusion,” and the true emphasis is on fusion— serving dishes seasoned with the eclectic mix of spices and culinary techniques found all over Queens. The product becomes Indian accented plates such as the naan pizza or lamb burger, American entrees like shrimp & grits and chicken & waffles, taco Tuesdays— and of course juicy BBQ staples like brisket and ribs. The hip and casual aesthetic too, flows with the menu, serving patrons in an airy, rustic space with wooden chairs and long benches that add to the communal feel. Queen’s Bully is open, easy-going, and good vibes— perhaps one of the borough’s most beloved joints.