Arriba Arriba is the perfect
restaurant to satisfy all of your needs. Join us for a
sit down meal or gather all of your friends and visit Arriba
Arriba to watch your favorite sports team - while enjoying
your favorite Mexican food and drinks. Arriba Arriba
has been serving the best Mexican Food and margaritas for
over 20 years. Let us spice up your party with our
outstanding food, great margaritas and professional service.
Bliss 46 Bistro
and operated since 1970, Dazies has the expected Queens
Italian-American accoutrements of valet parking, brass
sconces, tuxedoed waiters, live piano, and acres of tiramis,
and is an upscale institution in Queens. They serve the best
pasta in town, and the fish is delectable. The clientele
reflects the evolving neighborhood—loyal customers are now
joined by art folk from Noguchi Garden Museum and other
cultural enclaves, and businesspeople.
Old-timers and newcomers are drawn by well-above-average, generously apportioned food (herb-flecked gnocchi, peppery seafood-ladden zuppa di pesce, tender veal cutlets) and a remarkably inexpensive wine list. Can't decide? The combinazione alla Mario offers veal, chicken and steak in a wine-enriched gravy. Traditional desserts—a not-too-sweet ricotta cheesecake and tiramisu—are the way to go.
Dee Thai Restaurant
The chowhounds were on the scent. A new Thai
place opened in
and one poster dared hint it was up there with Sripraphai. Heresy,
said another. I went to check it out, taking with me a Thai chef and
an author, and we all agreed that the food at Dee Thai was radiant.
They got points for the fact that our waitress asked how hot we wanted it. "Medium Thai," said the chef, and that's what we got: hot, but not paralyzing. As we ate, we looked for a mixture of sour, sweet, heat and salt - which often means fish-sauce funkiness - all held in perfect balance. Sourness led in chicken tom yum soup, scarlet with peppers and afloat with mushrooms, lemongrass and chicken ($4). Sweetness starred in the tofu pad thai, but wasn't overwhelming, especially after we squirted on lime juice ($8). Heat sang through the green curry with crispy pork ($9). And salt? A "stewed pork leg" tasted of star anise and fish sauce and fell apart like a well-cooked brisket ($12). The restaurant is stylish, with a neat, elegant bar in one maroon-walled room and a mural-sized photo of a Thai dragon boat in the other. The bathrooms alone are worth a visit. "Am I really on Queens Blvd.?" asked the author. - Daily News
De Mole is a
destination restaurant in Woodside/Sunnyside, serving up the
most delicious and freshest Mexican cuisine around with
chef/owner Ramiro Mendez and his family's unmatched flair.
The service is friendly and the atmosphere is unpretentious
and inviting. This right-outside-the-city gem is the ideal
location for your next private party or special occasion.
Catering is available and delivery is free. Come enjoy fresh
authentic Mexican cuisine for breakfast, lunch or
dinner. Recommended by the prestigious Michelin Guide for
the past four years. Located at
45-02 48th Avenue,
at the corner of 48th Avenue and 45th Street in Woodside.
Dog and Duck
NY Style Eats
taste for what you could be tasting. The sandwiches are
small, so you’ll eat several at one sitting. And our menu is
large, so you can add the kind of variety that’s sure to
delight your experienced palate.