This undated photo provided by Dutch Kills shows head bartender Jan Warren holding a drink at Dutch Kills, a bar in the Long Island City section of the Queens borough of New York. Long Island City and the adjacent neighborhood of Astoria are becoming popular destinations for tourists lured by moderately priced hotels just across the river from Manhattan, along with the area’s attractions, which include museums, waterfront parks, and ethnic food. Dutch Kills is located on a somewhat desolate industrial street but inside it offers a warm and welcoming vibe with artisanal cocktails. (AP Photo/Dutch Kills)

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This undated photo provided by Dutch Kills shows head bartender Jan Warren holding a drink at Dutch Kills, a bar in the Long Island City section of the Queens borough of New York. Long Island City and the adjacent neighborhood of Astoria are becoming popular destinations for tourists lured by moderately priced hotels just across the river from Manhattan, along with the area’s attractions, which include museums, waterfront parks, and ethnic food. Dutch Kills is located on a somewhat desolate industrial street but inside it offers a warm and welcoming vibe with artisanal cocktails. (AP Photo/Dutch Kills)
This undated photo provided by Dutch Kills shows head bartender Jan Warren holding a drink at Dutch Kills, a bar in the Long Island City section of the Queens borough of New York. Long Island City and the adjacent neighborhood of Astoria are becoming popular destinations for tourists lured by moderately priced hotels just across the river from Manhattan, along with the area’s attractions, which include museums, waterfront parks, and ethnic food. Dutch Kills is located on a somewhat desolate industrial street but inside it offers a warm and welcoming vibe with artisanal cocktails. (AP Photo/Dutch Kills)
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