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Hoo’s the boss!

The folks at The Owl’s Head wine bar are beyond thrilled with the generosity shown by their faithful tippers, who helped raise more than $1,000 for the It Gets Better Project this past December.

“We were humbled by the generosity of our customers and their support of the It Gets Better Project last month” said owner John Avelluto. He explained, “by adding Mondays and donating a portion of revenues every LGBTQ Night to worthy causes, we can make this good feeling last all year long.”

Now that’s a Standing O for sure.

John also added that in February, patrons will be able to make suggestions as to other worthy charitable organizations, and the bar will swap out every month.

With the addition of Mondays from 6 pm to midnight, The Owl’s Head is now open seven days a week, still offering an affordable selection of global wines and craft beers, paired with ever-evolving menu of savory and sweet artisanal bites.

So what are you waiting for — an invitation?

The Owl’s Head (479 74th St. in Bay Ridge, www.theowlshead.com).

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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