The waterfront village of Great Neck, which is located on the North Shore of Long Island, shares a border with Queens and has several mouthwatering, yet charming eateries. Each of these Great Neck restaurants may range in price, delicacies and theme, but every single one is just as delicious as the next. So, if you’re looking for a quality meal in this area, these are definitely the places you’ll want to go.
Summertime is especially busy for bars and pubs. Many folks head down to their nearest watering hole for an ice cold cocktail to beat the summer heat. Since these places are often crowded, few have air conditioning and even less have an outdoor space, your options are limited. That’s why we’re telling you about these rooftop bars in Queens, where you can enjoy a delicious beverage, a view and a breeze (if you’re lucky).
Fortunately, we live on Long Island, which has one of the country’s premier food scenes as evidence by the many towns with incredible restaurants and eateries. However, nowhere else is the food scene as prevalent as it is in New Hyde Park. Therefore, if you’re looking for an amazing dinner on Long Island, look no further than these New Hyde Park restaurants.
Forget about Italy, everyone knows that New York City is home to some of the most authentic, delicious pizza in the entire world. However, most people don’t realize that other boroughs besides Manhattan and Brooklyn can make a decent slice. Queens pizza especially comes to mind. So, if you’re looking for a slice from the best, check out these Queens favorites that can go toe-to-toe with New York City’s finest pizzerias.
Whether you share a Mexican heritage or not, Cinco de Mayo, which is coming up next week, is always a fun occasion to celebrate with family and friends. However, it isn’t so easy to find the right Cinco de Mayo party. Luckily, we’ve compiled a list of all the best places to check out for the big day.
Many people consider Manhattan to be the epicenter of the New York City food scene. However, these folks seem to forget about other boroughs like Queens, specifically Flushing, where you can find delicious food on just about every corner. Next time you’re in the neighborhood, check out these Flushing restaurants.
This time of year is unbeatable because we’re in the full swing of the March Madness NCAA basketball tournament! The first two rounds saw juggernauts like Villanova, Duke and Louisville fall while Cinderella teams like Xavier and South Carolina made it to the Sweet 16. Here’s a guide for where to watch March Madness throughout the rest of the tournament.
Now that March is finally here, there’s only two weeks that separate us from St. Patrick’s Day. The day was originally intended to be a celebration of the patron saint of Ireland, but it has quickly evolved into a massive party holiday. This March 17 and the weeks leading up to it, grab a pint of Guinness at one of these great St. Patrick's Day bars.
Everybody loves chicken wings. Some people would probably even have them for every meal if they could. That’s why, no matter where you are, there’s always going to be a wing option, it’s just a matter of how good it is. But the days of bad wings are over. Check out some of the best wings in our area.
Long Island has one of the best restaurant scenes in all of New York State. However, the area is perhaps most popular for the world-famous wine country on its east end. This has resulted in amazing Long Island wine bars in just about every town.