Here’s Your List Of Queens Eateries Participating In NYC Restaurant Week


NYC Restaurant Week 2023 - January : Menus, Dates

NYC Restaurant Week is underway, so nix that skillet and bring family and friends to your favorite neighborhood spot, or get inspired and break bread somewhere new and different. During this special citywide culinary event, food-lovers will enjoy curated menus and prix-fixe prices that are easy on the wallet.

Bookings began on Jan. 17 and are available until Feb. 12, and you can reserve a table at 30 participating Queens restaurants, along with hundreds more across the five boroughs.

Whether you’re a resident or just visiting, explore the “World’s Borough” for some of the best and most authentic eats in town — the gastronomic options are endless.

“Restaurant week gives Queens residents and those from other parts of New York City, the opportunity to feast at some of the borough’s finest eateries, including new spots, like Jungly in LIC and old favorites, like El Gran Coffeeshop in Jackson Heights,” said Joe DiStefano aka the “Culinary King of Queens.” “Like Queens itself, this year’s roster is quite diverse and there’s something for everyone!”

All participating restaurants are offering brunch, lunch and/or dinner for $30/$45/$60. Saturdays are excluded, so only regular menu prices apply at that time.

“This is a great chance to try a new place that you’ve been contemplating for a while or return to a favorite spot for a feast,” Queens Tourism Council Director Rob MacKay said. “It’s also a chance to support local businesses that hire neighborhood residents, support local sports teams and keep thoroughfares clean and safe. I hate to use a cliche, but it’s truly a win-win situation.”

Below is a list of participating Queens restaurants.  Continue Reading ›

Meet Our Newest Team Member.. David Cornejo!

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The Forest Hills  community has undoubtedly influenced and impacted the course of my life. Since moving to the Forest Hills Gardens in 1998, I have built and fostered relationships with many members of the local community. My family has been engaged with the Forest Hills community since 1990 with the establishment of our family business, 5 Burro Cafe – a local Mexican restaurant.  Through my years of working at the restaurant with my family, I have truly come to understand the importance of community, philanthropy, and getting the job done with integrity.

In 2013, I attended Michigan State University and was a student in their Eli Broad School of Business. Although my visits back home were seldom, being back in the community was comforting and a great reminder as to how fortunate I was to grow up in such a beautiful community. MSU provided me with an incredible education, and an even more profound network. To this day, I continuedly communicate with former peers and friends, and contribute annually to my Program as an alumnus. Living in the Midwest for that period of time made me greatly appreciate my roots in New York and specifically Forest Hills. The wide range of cultures, cuisines, and architecture is unmatched.

Since graduating in 2017, I have made it a priority to travel around the world and enjoy all that life has to offer. I competitively trained Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in San Diego, California, from 2017-2019 while at the same time working for the US Navy. In 2019, I took the trip of a lifetime to South America, to immerse myself in a culture that I was part of , however, I had known nothing about. For 4 months I bounced around South America, beginning in Argentina, visiting family in Chile, then making my way to Uruguay, Peru, and ultimately Brazil. To me, nothing is more rewarding than learning about different cultures and viewing how other people live their lives. I am so fortunate to have been raised by a culturally diverse family- my mother, a Jewish second generation New Yorker, and my father a Chilean born immigrant, with a dream of coming to New York to make a life for himself and his family.

Finally, this experience and diversity has allowed me interact with people from all around the world. I now speak 3 languages conversationally – English, Spanish, and Hebrew. Also, my time spent in Brazil has ignited a desire in me to learn Portuguese, so I have been practicing since my return. Some

of my favorite hobbies include, eating delicious meals, staying physically active through sports and martial arts, listening to podcasts, and laughing with friends and family.

Grand Opening Next Week For Temporary Glendale Library At The Shops At Atlas Park


With renovations underway at the Glendale Library, the Queens Borough Public Library will welcome the community to the branch’s temporary location at the nearby Shops at Atlas Park next week.

The library announced that the grand opening festivities will take place on May 24 from 1 to 4 p.m., with the library officially opening to the public at 3 p.m. The event will include crafts, story time, giveaways and the discovery team from the Children’s Library Discovery Center. Those who attend will also have the chance to sign up to support the library in its advocacy efforts. Continue Reading ›


111-29 75th Road, Forest Hills Queens, New York 11375
EXCLUSIVE LISTING OF TERRACE SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY. This charming attached Brick townhouse with three Bedrooms and two full Baths features classic Tudor architectural details including a wood burning fireplace in the Living Room, stucco surfaced walls, original moldings, and hardwood floors. Additionally there is an exposed Brick wall in the Master Bedroom and a vaulted ceiling with a skylight in the second floor Bathroom. The house has been updated with Pella windows and central air conditioning. To the rear of the home is a landscaped brick patio which opens to a large common park area for the exclusive use of Arbor Close residents. The front of the house faces south & east and the back faces north & west. 1st FL: Entry foyer with slate tile, LR with fireplace and built in cabinetry. Renovated open concept kitchen with center island and granite countertops. There is custom cabinetry including custom built radiator covers throughout the house. 2nd FL: three Bedrooms and a full hall Bath with vaulted ceiling and skylight. 3rd FL: attic and storage space. Basement: Finished with laundry room, full Bath and built in cabinetry with lots of closets, recessed lighting and a separate door to the rear of the home. Property Size: 1,242 sq. ft. approx. Interior Sq. Footage: 1,278 sq. ft. approx. Taxes: $7,427/yr. approx.




147 Whitson Street, Forest Hills Gardens, Queens, NYC

EXCLUSIVE LISTING OF TERRACE SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY. This spacious six Bedroom, five and a half bath home is in completely renovated, move in condition. Located on a quiet Forest Hills Gardens street, it radiates with charm and elegance. The Living Room is indeed grand sized and with the formal Dining Room, can accommodate more than fifty people at a gathering. The interior is classic and has fine quality finishes and high-end renovations. There is a hand carved wooden wood burning fireplace in the Living Room and many other original architectural details. With its lovely palette of decorator inspired paint colors the home is designed to true perfection throughout its three main floors and lower level. The Master Bedroom suite on the second floor is exquisite and has an enormous walk in closet, and an en suite spa Bath. The two additional Bedrooms on the second floor each have their own private Baths. The third floor has three Bedrooms and one full Bath. In addition to the more than 3,600 interior square feet of the main floors, there is a huge finished lower level with its own Recreation Room, full Bathroom, storage area, laundry room and sauna. Surrounding the home there are three separate private outdoor entertainment spaces in addition to a lovely patio which is accessed through French doors from the library. There is also a private driveway and an attached one car garage. 1st FL: Entry foyer leading to large living room, formal dining room, kitchen, library, powder room, and a doorway leading to garage. 2nd FL: Master Bedroom suite with walk in closet room and en suite spa Bath, plus two additional Bedrooms with their own private Baths. 3rd FL: Large landing with area for a playroom or office, plus three Bedrooms, and one full Bath. Basement: Full finished with Recreation Room, Exercise Room, full Bathroom and sauna. Property Size: 4,750 sq. ft. approx. Interior Sq. Footage: 3,658 sq. ft. approx. Taxes: $14,425/yr. approx. FHG Maint: $1,075/yr. approx.


Forest Hills Jewish Center Looks To Reconstruct To Give Congregants A ‘Beautiful New Facility’

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Rumors have been swirling about the future of the Forest Hills Jewish Center (FHJC), but according to Executive Director Deborah Gregor, the center is embarking on a plan to upgrade the outdated building.

In addition to holding religious services, the center at 106-06 Queens Blvd. also houses a nursery school, a universal pre-K (UPK) program, a religious school and a self-help senior citizen center. Continue Reading ›

Nearly $2.4M In Improvements Coming To Glendale Portion Of Forest Park

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An entrance to one of the borough’s biggest parks is getting a multi-million dollar makeover that will bring bike and walking paths, exercise equipment and more to the public space.

Forest Park’s Glendale entrance, located on Myrtle Avenue and Union Turnpike, is currently an under-utilized and easy-to-miss concrete walkway under the Jackie Robinson Parkway overpass. Continue Reading ›

Top 10 Neighborhoods in Queens

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The largest and easternmost of the five New York City boroughs, Queens is home to more than two million residents. Almost half of Queens residents are immigrants, and area neighborhoods reflect this diversity. If you’re moving to Queens, here are ten neighborhoods that you’ll be happy to call home. Continue Reading ›




As the temperature heats up, many restaurants are cranking up the air conditioning to make their guests more comfortable. While the cool air feels nice, sometimes you want to enjoy the warm breeze that comes with summer.

One of the best parts of summer is getting to eat outside. Here are a few spots around Queens where you can experience great outdoor dining. Continue Reading ›

Teddy Roosevelt’s Visit To Forest Hills Gardens 100 Years After His 1917 American Speech In Station Sq.

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Forest Hills Gardens, and has been the site of numerous social activities since its inception some 100 years ago. In the early years, there were annual Fourth of July celebrations in Station Square, that featured “elaborate patriotic programs, parades, games and even a costume ball. ” These celebrations culminated in a huge Fourth of July gathering in 1917, during which Teddy Roosevelt gave his famed “100% American” speech. Despite the fact that the former president was overwhelmed with about 500 Fourth of July invitations, on July 30, 1817. Continue Reading ›