Queens

Happy Pi day ladies and gentleman. Today we are in Queens. Astoria is one of my favorite places to go to outside of Manhattan. Tons of bars, a ton of good eats, and it’s the home of Rizzo’s Fine Pizza. They are without a doubt a staple of the community, and one of the...

Coming in hot (Just like its pizza), I say this with the utmost confidence: I had the best pizza I have ever had in my entire life at Levante. Let me say that again, the best pizza I have ever had in my life was at Levante. I’ve had a long love affair with Kest’e - Lev...

Past Astoria, through Jackson Heights, and after the “Mets-Willits Point” subway station lies the neighborhood of Flushing, Queens. Flushing is home of the New York Mets, it’s the final resting place of famed jazz musician Dizzy Gillespie, and is one of the largest Chi...

And we are BACK in Astoria. Probably my favorite section of NYC to hang at outside of Manhattan. Great bars, awesome restaurants, and the best beer gardens. This section of Queens is still heavily Greek, so the Mediterranean influence can be felt throughout the neighbo...

Established in 1959, Rizzo’s Fine Pizza has been serving the community of Astoria, Queens for almost 60 years. Today they have a 2nd location in Manhattan, and are currently in the process of opening up a 3rd location in Westchester, NY. The pizzeria was one of the fir...

First things first, I made the HUGE mistake of not getting the upside-down Sicilian Slice at Rosa’s. When I was in line waiting to order, I asked the kid next to me what he liked, and he said in a thick Queens accent “I always go with the pepperoni or the upside down S...

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