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  • 9.4

    Astoria Bier & Cheese

    Cheese Shop 34-14 Broadway Astoria, NY

    People also say (82 tips):

    • Alfred M.
      Alfred M.: "what's good here? everything. kind of love cracking beers from the fridge and sitting at the bar. ($2 corking fee). free corn nuts. great food. good music taste."
  • 9.5

    Milkflower

    Pizza Place 34-12 31st Ave Astoria, NY

    People also say (107 tips):

    • funky f.
      funky flavor: "Very good meatball (only comes with 3 balls), meat platter was great to share and burrata, van dun was ok not the greatest tho. The best one wad the queen and the stun dun that one was far the best."
  • 9.4

    SingleCut Beersmiths

    Brewery 19-33 37th St Astoria, NY

    People also say (83 tips):

    • The Wall Street Journal
      The Wall Street Journal: "On tap during a recent visit were the 19-33 Queens Lagrrr!, a pilsner style beer with a crisp taste, and the Dean Pacific Northwest Mahogany Ale, an amber ale with more complex flavor than the 19-33."
  • 9.5

    Il Bambino

    Sandwich Place 3408 31st Ave Astoria, NY

    People also say (144 tips):

    • Kino
      Kino: "Il Bambino makes delicious paninis. I like the Italian Meatloaf Panini, with its tender meat, tomato pesto, & spicy. Beer & wine available. Soups not available in the summer. There's a Backyard Patio."
  • 9.5

    Louis Armstrong House Museum

    Museum 34-56 107th St Corona, NY

    People also say (15 tips):

    • Daniel L.
      Daniel L.: "Very accessible to the 7 train - don't be intimidated by the trip to Corona to visit this incredible landmark. Now I feel like Satchmo is Uncle Satchmo to me after hearing these great stories."
  • 9.5

    Sal, Kris & Charlie's Deli

    Sandwich Place 33-12 23rd Ave Astoria, NY

    People also say (128 tips):

    • Ben K.
      Ben Kessler (@kessler): "The sandwich of your dreams. Get the Bomb (all the meats, all the cheeses) or Italian Combo. Perfectly layered, delicious bread, and as big as your forearm. And they're under $10!"

People are talking about these places in Queens:

  • People also say (20 tips):

    • NYC Parks
      NYC Parks: "The park includes a central green, a playground, a waterside promenade and a 13,000-square-foot pavilion that contains comfort stations, concessions, and an elevated café plaza."
    • John B.
      John Burke: "Great park with an amazing view of NYC's skyline. Clean bathrooms / good beer & snacks at Coffeed near the E. River Ferry landing."
  • People also say (104 tips):

    • EArchitect
      EArchitect: "There are no concession stands offering hamburgers, hotdogs or Italian Sausages on the Mezzanine Level (Luxury Suites & Courtside). They're on the Loge/Promenade Level. Use the private elevator."
    • HISTORY
      HISTORY: "In 1997, the U.S. Tennis Association announced it would name the new center court stadium at the USTA National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, New York, the Arthur Ashe Stadium."
  • 9.4

    Flushing Meadows-Corona Park

    Park Great Lakes Ct New York, NY

    People also say (76 tips):

    • NYC Parks
      NYC Parks: "Places to Run: The Meadow Lake Trail provides an excellent longer loop around a water body usually filled with boaters and the Willow Lake Trail offers a shorter run through a natural path just south."
    • New York Habitat
      New York Habitat: "This is a great park, pretty spacious and this is the perfect time to go there and check out the tennis U.S. Open! It has great scenery such as the famous Unisphere that has been featured in movies!"

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