Cavo Restaurant & Lounge Astoria

Posted on January 16, 2008. Filed under: Astoria, Bar-Hopping in Queens, Entertainment, Outdoor Seating/Patio |

Cavo (31st Ave and 42nd st.) is considered the creme de la creme of club life in Astoria. You’ll feel more like you’re in Manhattan- or better yet on vacation in the Mediterranean in this trendy place. From the outside Cavo is rather unassuming. The lavish interior contains two bars, a lounge and a giant dining room set in the back adjacent to the patio. It’s a great place to spend a weekend night with friends or host a birthday party. The ultra modern atmosphere sweeps you and your guests away to a fairytale land of beautiful people and friendly vibes. There is a two story tiled patio with a water-wall and full bar during the warmer months. In the cooler season you can sit inside over looking the patio. Cavo is overflowing with hip but friendly attitude. Service is always attentive. Its menu offers modern Greek cuisine. The three dips and humus is a great starter while the non-traditional tuna tartar is a little too heavy on the cucumbers.  There is crispy calamari dish or the hearty octopus with potatoes. For entrees try from a modest selection of chicken or fish. If you’re on a budget, it’s best to stick with a couple appetizers than a pricey entree. The food is satisfying, but often hits deep in the pockets. It is not top-of the-line gourmet, but the food is tasty and the entire experience is well worth the trip.  After a late dinner feel free to stick around as this restaurant doubles as a night club when things get dark. Be sure to check out their events and special DJ nights.

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