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Best garlic knots in Queens?

janie Aug 12, 2008 11:40 AM

Whose got the best? The ones at Rosa's on Fresh Pond Road in Ridgewood can be good. But does anyone know of any places in Queens that make them Miami style? The big soft styled laden with garlic and parsley, and parm cheese? Thanks for the tips, my toddler is addicted to them!

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    rosie17 RE: janie Aug 13, 2008 09:48 AM

    My all-time favorites are at Graziella on Francis Lewis Blvd (Bayside/N. Flushing line). there is both a pizzeria and a sit-down restaurant, separated, but right next to each other. I am pretty sure the pizzeria serves the same knots as the restaurant (you get a plate of them, along with regular Italian bread, before your dinner), but I can't say for sure b/c I've only been to the sit-down side recently. The knots are soft, doughy, about 2.5-3 inches in diameter and flecked with a bit of parmesan and parsley and loads of garlic. These are not for the weary (or shy) - you and your tot will be breathing fire for at least 24 hours!

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