42-24 Crescent St.
Long Island City, NY 11101
Phone: (718) 303-3700
Fax: (718) 303-3800
42-24 Crescent St. , Long Island City, NY, US, 11101
- Phone: (718) 303-3700
- Fax: (718) 303-3800
John Brown Smokehouse takes their barbecue seriously. They offer authentic Kansas City-style BBQ in Long Island City with skilled pitmasters grilling only limited portions of fresh and top quality produce. On the menu are sandwiches and meat platters in Beef Brisket, Pulled Pork, Home Cured Pastrami, Smoked Turkey and Spare Ribs. Pair your meal with sides like cornbread, cole slaw and fries and beverages.
Located at the The Ravel Hotel, Penthouse808 is a classy restaurant for amazing food, events and scenic views. The ambiance is beautiful, and a great place for dancing. One thing for sure is, you have to be smartly dressed for this place. This place is perfect for romantic dinners, and even to host your private events, parties and functions. Call ahead for bookings or check out their website.
Every bite is an experience at this Italian restaurant in Queens. The decor at Manducatis Restaurant may be ordinary, but the food is wonderful. There is fettucini with portobello mushrooms and fresh tomatoes, bruschetta di calamari, shrimp alla ida (sauteed in white wine) with pasta, and Mozzarella di Bufala Rolletini with roasted peppers. Linguine with Garlic Shrimp and Veal Lasagna are customer favorites. Cannoli, Biscotti or the Torta di Casa make excellent desserts. The restaurant also features a 300-bottle wine list.
After a successful run in West Village, this Corner Bistro outlet in Long Island City doesn't fail to impress either. Replicating the original restaurant in almost every aspect, this place too has a great food and drinks menu, with the standout dish being their cheeseburger and Bistro burger. Other items on the menu include a variety of sandwiches and salads, as well as a special menu for kids. They also have a number of beers available on tap and by the bottle.
Take this restaurant's short, private Water Shuffle ride from Manhattan across the East River to Queens for a quality dinner and spectacular views of Midtown. The dramatic space features floor-to-ceiling glass walls. In warmer months, dine outside overlooking the water. Feast on such appetizers as Steamed Lobster Dumplings, Sautéed Foie Gras, and A Trio of Smoked Fish. The entree list features Chilean Sea Bass, Sautéed Arctic Char and Smoked Duck Breast. There are three-course, four-course, five-course and even seven course fixed price menus available.
One of the most favorite places in the neighborhood, they offer great food, ambiance and space for special events. The romantic setting here attracts couples for their quiet time. Some of dishes you may want to try here are the Testaccio's Lobster Salad, Prosecco, Stracciatella and Tagliolini Cacio E Pepe. Accompany your meals with wines from a wide selection to choose from. They also have a lot of options to choose from, for a perfect room for private parties, functions, brunch parties, corporate events, romantic evenings and more. Call ahead, or check out their website for more information.
Casa Enrique is a 40 seat Mexican eatery in Long Island City which specializes in the regional cuisine of Chiapas which is the South of Mexico. The restaurant is done up in white and also has a garden which has been spruced up by the local artists. The food is traditional and tasty such as guajillo-marinated baby pork ribs, chicken mole, guacamole etc. It feels like it has been cooked with a lot of love and care and is not at all expensive. The atmosphere is warm and vibrant.
Tournesol means sunflower in French and this petite bistro one stop into Long Island City shines bright. The food is great and the setting is intimate. The properly French servers are accommodating, but slow. They will move tables for so you can fit into the tightly placed tables. Be prepared to rub elbows with other patrons. Don't expect any sympathy from the servers, and whatever you do, don't yell, "garçon." It's derogatory, they hate it and you may find some extra greens in your salad. Tournesol has a great wine selection, and brunch, c'est magnifique! Bon Appetit!
This classy restaurant is sure to attract you again, thanks to its beautiful and intimate ambiance. The service here is extremely professional and proper that compliments with its decor. Enjoy a wide array of dishes on the menu that goes from unique Asian Fusion, to the Sushi Bars as well as an extensive bar and lounge area. The food and cocktails here are highly rated. This place can also be hired to host special and private events that can accommodate from about 15 to 180 guests. Check out the website for more details or call ahead..
Bricktown Bagel & Cafe is a great place to stop by for a quick eat, before continuing with your busy New York routine. Providing delicious food at cheap rates, this tiny restaurant serves up a variety of dishes such as omelettes, sandwiches, pancakes, soups, salads, and of course, bagels. The menu is quite extensive, and choices- many. Don't bother if you're tired to head out, they deliver as well. In the evenings, the store gives way to Mu Ramen, a pop-up ramen store.
Mu Ramen is a pop up restaurant that replaces the Bricktown Bagel & Cafe in the evening. Serving delicious ramen and buns, this place is good go-to spot to have an impromptu dinner. Although small in size, the restaurant has a pleasant feel about it, with the friendly staff making your experience better. They have a good variety of ramen, the standout items on the menu being spicy miso and Tonkotsu, and one can even pick their own toppings.
Snowdonia is housed in a brick laden building in the center of Astoria and has garnered fame as a Trappist gastro pub. The dark wood bar offers a wide range of craft beers on tap and also choice of cocktails. Chicken wings, hummus fries, burgers, oysters with a side of salad or brussel sprouts are popular food choices. Brunch and dinner are the services offered and ask for the daily specials to get surprised along with fresh seafood in summer.