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Tuesday 11:26pm 03/28/17

 

Winegasm Closed Due To Health...

The Department of Health (DOH) shut down popular Astoria wine bar, Winegasm last week, after discovering a number of violations. The wine bar, located on 31-86 37th Street was shut down on March 8th when they raked up 40 health … Continued

The App Everyone In Astoria...

We currently live in a world where there is an app for pretty much anything. From shopping, to running, to dating, to building farms. If there isn’t an app for it, you just haven’t found it. So it makes sense … Continued

Sugar Freak To Reopen Its...

When news hit that much loved, and rightly so, Sugar Freak was closing, many Astorians were stricken with cuisine grief. But then something happened. A miracle on 30th Avenue took place when owner Michele Addeo and restaurateur James Paloumbis announced … Continued

The Man Behind The...

Astoria – a melting pot of cultures, beliefs and cuisines all coming together in one of the nations most diverse neighborhoods. As our little neck of the woods grows, so too does the restaurant scene. We’ve got everything from Asian … Continued

Going Out Of Business In...

Well we’re not sure if it’s something in the air, or perhaps everyone is clambering for a change, but whatever it is, shops and restaurants are closing left, right and center in the past few weeks in our neighborhood. So … Continued

The Small Place Packing A Big...

Continuing on our small but tasty exploration through Astoria’s cuisiney goodness, we stumble upon this absolute Thai gem, right on Broadway! 3E Taste of Thai is located at 34-16 Broadway. It’s a rather small place when first spotting it. If not … Continued

Juuz Me, A Healthy Must For...

This health centric quaint little spot is located on 19-23 Ditmars Blvd and is a blast to visit. Stepping inside, there isn’t any grand designs or extravagant themes. It’s simple. And in its own simplistic way, full of character. Mostly due to … Continued

Trestle To Take On Broadway

There’s a new restaurant coming to Broadway. Trestle will be taking up the spot that once belonged to Astoria Pizza, a pizzeria that quickly went out of business. The American Bar and Bistro will be set to open some time … Continued

Salt & Bone To Take Over...

Southern fried chicken spot Burnside Biscuits on 30th and Newtown Avenue has been closed for only a few months, and now the minds behind Bareburger are planning to open up a new eatery on the corner spot. According to DNAinfo, … Continued

Bonjour Crepes & Wine,...

Astorians just can’t seem to get enough of crepes. We’ve got quite a few crepe shops already, with many palate friendly options to indulge our senses. But it would appear we now have a place where we can indulge in … Continued

Something For The Gents, At...

There’s a new clothing place in Astoria, and for once it’s for the gents! The Stonework, opened its doors early October, and is making quite the name for itself. A specialty men’s clothing boutique, The Stonework found its home in … Continued

New York Dog House Closes...

For those who have recently taken a walk along 30th Avenue, no doubt you would have seen the bright red SEIZED sign that is plastered onto the New York Dog House window. The property was seized by the New York … Continued

Astoria Terrace Remains Under...

For the past 30 years the Marine Terrace complex in Astoria has been reserved for Section 8 housing. In a press conference last week where elected officials met, an announcement was made that it would in fact stay Section 8 … Continued

Grand Opening As Slice...

Seems like the skies the limit for Butcher Bar. The place that keeps on growing has just moved in next door. Slice Astoria is a pizza joint opened up by owners of the very popular New York eatery Butcher Bar. … Continued

Nature’s Soul Organic...

Growing up in South Brooklyn, the Hasanov brothers, Farrukh (28) and Farkhad (29), have been frequenting Astoria since they were kids. In love with the neighborhood (who could blame them) they came for the same reason most do; the diverse … Continued