Stocking Stuffer Box - Aigner Chocolate

Time Out Says

This Forest Hills candy kitchen has been sating the confectionary cravings of Queens residents since 1930. Upon entering the tiny shop, kids are greeted by the scent of wafting cocoa and by helpful staff who guide them through the process of choosing the delights in front of them. Austrian chocolates crafted with rich centers are the shop’s centerpieces, but tots who’d rather save their choco-fixes for a Hershey’s bar can try vibrantly hued marzipan creations instead.


103-02 Metropolitan Ave
Cross street:
at 71st Rd
Subway: E, F, M, R to Forest Hills–71st Ave
Average pound of chocolate: $39. AmEx, MC, V
Opening hours:
Monday–Wednesday 10am–6pm; Thursday–Saturday 10am–8pm; Sunday 10am–6pm


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This Forest Hills Private High School Has Been Named #1 In Queens, NYC



FOREST HILLS, QUEENS — A Forest Hills school was named the best private high school in Queens, according to a newly updated list of the best private schools in New York.

The Kew-Forest School, located on the border of Forest Hills and Kew Gardens, was ranked number 44 on’s ranking of New York’s best private high schools for the 2021-2022 academic year. It is one of four Queens schools that earned a spot in the list’s top 100, and the only one in the borough to crack the list’s top 50.

The title is not new for many of the schools on the list, including the Kew-Forest School, which came in 39th on the school ranking site’s overall list for New York state last year.


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Forest Hills Ranks #1 Area To Raise A Family

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For the average New Yorker, finding a home is a careful calculation of price, location, square footage, amenities, and so on—usually in that order.

With a low budget, the search for a great apartment to rent in Brooklyn and Manhattan’s hip neighborhoods can be soul-crushing work.

This is partly because not as many renters are setting their sites North and East.

Neighboring underdog Queens sports several neighborhoods with all the vibrant energy of Manhattan for half the price.

Queens is densely populated, uniquely diverse and has an amazing array of local bars, restaurants, and cultural outings all walking distance from its historic pre-war houses and spacious apartments.

Queens has some of the best up-and-coming and affordable neighborhoods to check out if you’re in the market for new digs this new decade.

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NYC Named World’s Best City, As If We Didn’t Know That Already

NYC Named World's Best City, As If It Wasn't AlreadyTime Out had to survey more than 30,000 people to find out what New Yorkers have always known.

NEW YORK — In case they had any doubts, New Yorkers now have some hard evidence that they live in the greatest city on Earth. New York City was named the world’s best city in the 2019 Time Out Index, which the global culture magazine published this week.

Time Out surveyed more than 30,000 people across 48 cities to confirm what dwellers of the five boroughs have always known. The ranking is also based on the views of Time Out’s local editors and city experts. Continue Reading ›