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Queens isn't known of "The World's Borough" for nothing. Find food and drink from virtually every part of the world in this part of New York City. To browse additional Location tags for the area, click here."

These Brooklyn DJs Built a Dance Party That Celebrates Food, Drink, and Inclusivity

If you love community, music, and food, get yourself to Nowadays. Nowadays is a gathering space that defies descriptors of New York nightlife. It's not a club; it's not exclusive; it's a place for hanging...
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You Garden Xiao Long Bao 豫园小笼包

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by stuartlafonda 6 days ago

Visited for the first time Sunday. Excellent. Soup Dumplings, skins were a little thicker then paper with a delicious broth. Loved the $1.50 duck buns with a perfectly cooked piece of duck, crisp s...

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Moving Back to NYC... What's New?

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by hummus84 13 hours ago

Hi all, I'm moving back to the city after about a year and a half away. What are some new (worthwhile) spots that have opened up? Any recommendations? Happy to hear about places that aren't particu...

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New York Restaurants with open kitchen

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by borisabrams 17 days ago

Hi! When I was in Montreal, I found a great number of restaurants with open kitchens. I loved sitting up at a bar watching the chefs at work. Now that I am back in NYC, however, I find them few a...

Looking to try Sundae (Korean blood sausage!)

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by borisabrams 16 days ago

Hi! I would love to try Korean blood sausage, Sundae, either on its own or in a stew. I have yet to try it! Does anyone know a good place in New York area that prepares it particularly well...

Park Side Restaurant in Corona for Christmas Eve Dinner

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by jcoves73 19 days ago

Hey everyone! I will be going to Park Side in Corona, Queens for Christmas Eve dinner with another couple and was wondering if anyone had any must order dish recommendations. The bread basket looks...

ISO lunch companions Jackson Hts/Elmhurst/Woodside

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by howdini 1 month ago

My gf and I are settling in to our new digs in a beautiful co-op in JH. I work at night, so my days are free to explore the culinary wonderland right outside my door, but dining alone limits the va...

Solo dim sum Brooklyn/Flushing Chinatown

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by borisabrams 24 days ago

Hi! I have some time off and want to go and explore Chinatown in Sunset Park and Flushing, NY. I know dim sum is usually a family style meal, but if I were to eat solo, where would be the best ...

2019 Tripe Dishes

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by borisabrams 5 months ago

I am pretty obsessed with tripe in all its forms but I have not been too lucky lately with where I get my tripe. The best has been Raku in the East Village, the tripe at Via Carota wasnt half bad e...

Where to buy Pagoda Shaoxing Cooking

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by borisabrams 3 months ago

Hey all, I am looking to up my game with Shaoxing rice wine! I dont want to keep using the stuff with added salt - would rather use more soy sauce or Sichuan chili bean paste. I came across Pag...

Thai 101, Bayside!!

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by Motosport 4 months ago

We hit Thai 101 on Bell Blvd for dinner Saturday. Simply perfect!! Great food, service and ambiance. $6 glass of wine a plus. Large portions = lots of leftovers. That portion of Bell Blvd is b...

Xing Shun Da or Fu Ran in Flushing for Big Group?

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by jmp29 3 months ago

Hi all! I'm organizing a dinner feast for a group of 10 or so people and would like to try one of the above Dongbei joints. For those who have been to both places, which would you recommend? We're ...

You tiao and dou jiang in Flushing or Manhattan

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by kimijye2 4 months ago

Looking for really tasty you tiao. My Manhattan Chinatown source dried up and I need a new source. It's an essential part of my favorite breakfast spread.

Long forgotten restaurants in Flushing, Queens

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by Maria 19 years ago

I, too, remember Old Roma. Not because I ate there (my family was adverse to "western" foods), but because it had its own parking lot in the middle of downtown Flushing!! So, as a child, it seeme...

Queens Bukharan Bread

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by Jim Leff 4 months ago

There used to be a sweaty narrow storefront bakery in Rego Park/Forest Hills area (not Kew Gardens) making highly traditional Bukharan/Uzbek breads (kosher, I believe) the old fashioned way. I used...

Syrian/Lebanese Bayside, Queens

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by Motosport 4 months ago

Are there any decent Syrian/Lebanese sit down restaurants in or close to Bayside, Queens. I see Afghan, Turkish and Israeli places but we're really in the mood for Syrian/Lebanese such as Tanore...

Good, Tandoori and goat curry?

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by borisabrams 4 months ago

Hi! Having moved from the UK to New York, I have pretty high standards when it comes to any North Indian food. With the exception of Punjabi Deli in the East Village, I have yet to find a good ...

Ilocano, Filipino restaurant

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by borisabrams 4 months ago

Hi there, I was wondering if there are any restaurants in the NYC area that specialize in the food of the Ilocano region of the Philippines? (It does not have to be exclusive but if i can find ...

Consistently good Pancita de Res.

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by borisabrams 4 months ago

Hi! I am on the hunt for a solid Pancita dee Res, a Mexican tripe stew. I had an excellent one down at Tacos El Bronco and Tacos Matamoros, both in Sunset Park. However, living in Williamsburg ...

I think it is the best fried chicken sandwich...

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by stuartlafonda 4 months ago

...all credit to former 'hound Joey Destefano for this amazing find. Thigh meat perfectly fried to seal in the juice. Just hot enough (I like heat), just the right amount of sweet (I don't like...

Ham shanks

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by momosz 4 months ago

Hi, Does anyone know where I can buy fresh ham shanks in Manhattan or Queens? Thanks