Neir’s hits Year 190!

Neir’s Tavern — for sure, the oldest drinking establishment in Queens and perhaps all of New York City — looks young for its age.

A neighborhood bar that can trace it lineage back to a time when the War of 1812 was still fresh in people’s minds has certain bragging rights.

The Woodhaven bar’s 190th birthday bash last Saturday, Oct. 5, spilled out onto 88th Avenue at 78th Street for a block party that included hot dogs and hamburgers, popcorn and cotton candy and a string of bouncy houses.

The crowd at the bar, left, meanwhile was three deep.

Neir’s owner Loycent Gordon, right in gray shirt, posed with some regulars, when he wasn’t busy accepting special citations from Assemblyman Mike Miller, Councilman Bob Holden and Community Board 9 Chairman Kenichi Wilson.

Word of the anniversary lured former Woodhaven residents back to the neighborhood, including Gary Heck, left at top center, now of Merrick, LI, and Maureen and Bill Scharen, now of Bethpage.

A vintage black Dodge with the hood open was parked out front for the day, a reminder that scenes from the 1990 movie classic “Goodfellas” were shot there (as in: “Did you hear what I said? Don’t buy anything.”).

— Michael Shain