Ditmars, get ready for Disco Paws, your place for pet fun, education,and shopping.
Ever wondered where the names "Welsh rarebit" or "spotted dick" come from--any why they have nothing to do with rabbits or dicks?
There are lots of ways to green your life in Astoria, Queens. Reduce, reuse, recycle, and refuse will go a long way in helping out Astoria's environment.
Astoria is full of delicious food, and one category that is far from lacking is the sandwich. Here are seven particularly scrumptious and unique sandwiches that we can’t get enough of in Astoria.
The Ditmars neighborhood in Astoria, Queens has a lot to offer, from food and recreation, to great architecture and holiday celebrations. Have a latte at Waltz-Astoria, a slice at Alba's, and a glass of beer at the Beer Garden. Relax in Astoria Park while catching sight of the Hell Gate...
Here, we present a brief subway stop by subway stop breakdown of where to live and why. We start with the N/Q in Astoria (Astoria is also served by the M/R – more on that at another time).
Astoria, get ready for Uncle Jack’s Meat House, offering a “hip, cool, grill environment” upstairs and a VIP “speakeasy” downstairs. And lots of meat.
A peek at the semi-hidden garden by LGA's Marine Air Terminal.
All the info you need to take a tour of the Steinway Piano Factory in Astoria, Queens.
Astor Bake Shop, in the western part of Astoria, Queens, serves delicious cakes, pastries, burgers, and coffee in a beautiful, light, and airy space.
(Photographs by Meg Cotner). Long before craft beer and specialty coffee arrived in Astoria, Queens, Greek coffee shops were the best place to grab a morning ......
Astoria Park is home to a number of monuments and honors: the Long Island War Memorial, the Veterans' Memorial, the General Slocum Disaster, the memorial grove for American Airlines Flight 587, and the RFK bridge
There are some great backyard spaces in Astoria and Long Island City restaurants.
Beach Plum Week is a fundraiser for Hour Children in Long Island City. The Beach Plum is a plum indigenous to NYC and Long Island.
Memories, observations, and thoughts from chef Natasha Pogrebinsky on running BEAR, a Modern Russian restaurant that was open in Astoria/LIC for almost five years.