We know you love to read about food happenings all over Queens – it’s one of the most popular parts of the site. So here are the top 5 food posts – brunch, sandwiches, and dumplings, oh my!
Flushing and Jackson Heights are home to some of the tastiest dumplings in the city. Here’s where to find the best.
Astoria is full of delicious food, and one category that is far from lacking is the sandwich. Here are seven particularly scrumptious and unique sandwiches that we can’t get enough of in Astoria.
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While at the Community Board 1 meeting last night, we got wind of a new spot opening up on Ditmars Blvd in Astoria, called The Thirsty Koala. Their name showed up on the list of September Liquor License Applications available to all at the CB meeting. Turns out it’s going to be a place that serves Australian-inspired food.
Brooklyn is right to be proud about its diverse food scene, but it’s no secret that Queens also has a lot to offer when it comes to food, too. The borough is known especially for its authentic immigrant food – Greek, Mexican, Colombian, Uzbeki – but Long Island City in particular has become a home to European-influenced and New American dishes, as well as myriad artisanal foods. LIC continues to gain a reputation for excellent eats. Here are some places we think you’d like to check out when you’re hungry.
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We are a city that loves to brunch, and brunch is alive and well in Queens…with a few twists. Here are some standout places to brunch it up in 3 neighborhoods. Don’t be surprised to see a burger with an egg on top, jumbo mimosas, or dim sum — these are some of the best places for weekend grub.