Living in Astoria means you know there’s no shortage of amazing food from around the world. It’s a pretty nice place if you love to eat. But even nicer? Seeing those hardworking, dedicated spots getting the recognition they deserve.
Among the hundreds of NYC restaurants featured, this year’s New York City Michelin Guide has selected 51 restaurants in Queens, and 17 of those are in the Astoria and Long Island City areas. The restaurants specialize in all kinds of cuisines and have all kinds of personalities. Here are some of the local spots to earn recognition as Michelin’s Bib Gourmand designated restaurants . Greek
Bahari Estiatorio features a selection of baked Greek dishes that are filling and perfect for colder weather. There are also plenty of classic dishes and a wine selection. Gregory’s 26 Corner Taverna also features plenty of classic Greek cuisine, including a good seafood selection, in a laid-back setting (we love the seafaring theme). Plus you get a little free dessert after ordering dinner, so that’s always nice — although you may be too full to eat it! Gregory’s 26 Corner Taverna
26-02 23rd Ave., Astoria
Taverna Kyclades is as famous in the neighborhood for its fresh seafood dishes as it is for its long waits; most people will tell you that the wait is worth it! This Astoria staple also has a second location in Manhattan. We suggest the lemon potatoes . Japanese
HinoMaru Ramen is the perfect solution to a cold, […]