FOREST HILLS, QUEENS — A Forest Hills bar snagged a spot on a new ranking of the best spots in the city to grab a glass of wine.
The Forest Hills wine bar offers red and white wine flights featuring some of the top wine producers in New York’s Finger Lakes region, according to Thrillist.
There’s also an extensive food menu.
Keuka Kafe is located at 11204 Queens Blvd. in Forest Hills.
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REGO PARK, QUEENS — Renowned seafood spot London Lennie’s is one of just three Queens eateries offering special deals for the biannual NYC Restaurant Week, which started Tuesday.
The Rego Park restaurant will offer $26 weekday lunches and a $42 three-course dinner menu to give New Yorkers their fix of fresh seafood this winter.
This Restaurant Week, which lasts until Feb. 9, foodies will get to choose among 365 participating dining establishments — but they won’t see much of the World’s Borough.
London Lennie’s Restaurant Week deal is sure to be welcome news for loyal fans of the longtime seafood joint, which was rumored to be closing after the owners briefly put the building on the market last spring.
The space is PINK on PINK, with pink cloud walls, pastel pink couches and mini pink and white hot air balloons hanging from the ceiling. There is even one giant hot air balloon couch, ideal for sipping your drink (or, you know, loading up on Instagram content).
There are two floors, and upstairs the cuteness overload continues. There are pink alcoves with private seating (including one with two swings!) and a light-up table top for getting the best photo of your tea. Continue Reading ›
Chef Danny Brown brought Queens its first Michelin-starred eatery, and his menus are inspired by the people of Forest Hills.
FOREST HILLS, QUEENS — School ranking site Niche.com released its updated list of the best private schools in the state of New York, and two Queens schools made the grade.
The Kew-Forest School on the border of Forest Hills and Kew Gardens was ranked the 39th-best private school in New York City and number 54 in the state, according to the Niche.com ranking.
The other Queens private school to make the list was the Garden School in Jackson Heights. Continue Reading ›