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Bayside restaurants?

secondbecky Oct 22, 2010 12:11 PM

Hey all,
I don't know how many Bayside-ians there are on the Chowhound board, but I was wondering where in that nabe people liked to go to eat? I'm helping to open up a new place on Bell Blvd and wanted to see what kind of place the locals like to go to.


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    diprey11 Apr 12, 2011 08:13 PM

    Tang (196-50 Northern Blvd, @Francis Lewis Blvd) for fresh Korean appetizers/finger food

    196-50 Northern Blvd, Queens, NY 11358

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    1. re: diprey11
      foodie1017 Apr 13, 2011 10:02 AM

      Diprey, is that the new place that used to be Ground Round next to the library?

      1. re: foodie1017
        Polecat Apr 13, 2011 11:44 AM

        It is right next to the library on Northern, near the intersection of F. Lewis Blvd. It's actually sandwiched btwn the library and a corner diner. And it's great. Just posted a comment about it here:


        1. re: Polecat
          foodie1017 Apr 13, 2011 11:49 AM

          Thanks, P. I checked out your review about it.

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      foodie1017 Apr 12, 2011 07:32 PM

      I like:
      Bourbon Street
      Uncle Jack's

      38-31 Bell Blvd, Queens, NY 11361

      Uncle Jack's Steakhouse
      39-40 Bell Blvd, Queens, NY 11361

      Bourbon Street
      40-12 Bell Blvd, Queens, NY 11361

      213-41 39th Ave, Queens, NY 11361

      1. Robotron Oct 23, 2010 11:24 AM

        I, for one, would like to see something that we don't already have in the neighborhood. A Peruvian place like Pio Pio would be nice.

        Pio Pio
        62-30 Woodhaven Blvd, Queens, NY 11374

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          lucyis Feb 22, 2011 03:12 PM

          I am not currently a local, but Dad still lives in Bayside. We recently went to the Terrace diner in Bay Terrace and liked the open airy feel of the room. We didn't ask much of the food on this occasion. We just wanted eggs and salad and they filled the bill satisfactorily. What I really liked was that my 94 year old Dad was not ignored and was treated as well as all the other customers. I also must say that home fries with my mushroom omelet were outstanding.

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          jnab121 Oct 23, 2010 09:21 AM

          For sandwiches Press 195 is a solid option. Cinco de Mayo is good for mexican. Mickey's place has great sushi. Avli is pretty good greek food as well.

          38-31 Bell Blvd, Queens, NY 11361

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            hopkicker3 Oct 22, 2010 11:05 PM


            The Bell Blvd. dining scene seems to revolve around the long time stalwarts like DONOVAN'S, BOURBON STREET, MAGGIE MAYS, PAPAZZIO...MAGGIE MAY'S...does MONAHAN'S even serve food anymore.

            When people want to splurge or celebrate UNCLE JACK'S STEAKHOUSE fills that bill..otherwise UJ's has a steady clientele of Queen's based lawyer's accountants, doctor's, car salesman, etc.

            The original ERAWAN Thai restaurant near 42nd Avenue is also popular.

            I am sure the lack of parking on Bell Blvd. drives local's to THE BAY TERRACE SHOPPING CENTER which has an OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE, APPLEBEE'S. TONY ROMA'S, BEN'S DELI and an Asian or Chinese Restaurant plus a diner.

            I could not tell you a thing about the various sushi or Chinese and Korean joints along Bell Blvd.

            GINO'S on 35th Avenue is also a big draw.
            ...and TEQUILA SUNRISE has been around for about 25 years.......

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