Today in the news, NY Eater has a comprehensive look at the restaurants across the city that are still closed nearly four months after Superstorm Sandy ravaged the East Coast. The list includes seven restaurants in Breezy Point and the Rockaways. From NY Eater: Here, now, is an updated map of restaurants that are still [...]
Couldn’t decide on your new year’s resolutions before the ball dropped? If you’re a foodie, like us, why not spend 2013 exploring the wide variety of ethnic cuisines that Queens has to offer? You’ll follow in the footsteps of Meg Cotner, editor of the website QueensNYC and author of a new book called the Food [...]
It might be called a drink for the harvest season — or simply apples that won’t keep the doctor away. Whatever you may call it, if you could distill the season, autumn would taste like the sweet or dry, sparkling or still, sometimes earthy, tart, or even funky flavor of apple cider. Hard cider, the [...]
Who said Manhattan has a monopoly over Restaurant Week? Having escaped Tuesday’s midday downpour beneath the entablature of Queens Borough Hall, more than 500 diners celebrated the approaching kickoff of Queens Restaurant Week 2012 with a complimentary luncheon. They lined up to sample the diversity of cuisines for which Queens is known — from Cajun to [...]
As they may or may not say: when in little Tibet, eat like the Tibetans do. At Himalayan Yak, a cozy restaurant located in Jackson Heights’ Tibetan enclave, you can do just that. Unfortunately, yak (which tastes like bison, our waitress told us) isn’t in season, but Tibetan momos always are.
Even in a borough offering some of the most authentic and diverse options for Chinese cuisine in the United States — northeastern Chinese fare, known as dongbei, can be somewhat difficult to find. Especially done to perfection. Fu Run in Flushing, located on Prince Street just out of earshot of the hubbub on Main or [...]