Queens things to do, buy, see, eat, read…

Posted on December 19, 2008. Filed under: Astoria, Entertainment, Shopping |

SEE- If you’re looking for that special gift for that special someone who loves Queens just as much as we do- may I suggest  A Walk Through Queens– This 90 minute dvd  produced by WNET/13 PBS- takes you on a tour of Astoria, Jackson Heights, Corona, Flushing Meadows and more. Your hosts guide you through the sites, eats and cultures of all the neighborhoods in Queens- by foot.

READ- In the “news”– Check out AMNY lovely profile of Sunnyside as they take you on an exploratory mission in one of the most diverse communities. They will show you where to hangout, eat, play, live and shop.

BUY, EAT & DO-

Cavo Lounge– Spend Christmas and New Years Eve at Cavo’s gigantic restaurant/bar/lounge in Astoria. Listen to live music, eat and drink December 25th and ring in the New Year- get a four course prixe fix dinner $99- or just go and hang out $50. Reservations required 718-721-1001, 42-18 31st Avenue Astoria

Astoria Boutiques, Saturday December 20th-

Kristees & Crescent & Vine get together for a trunk sale– “Designer Holiday Trunk Show on Saturday, December 20th featuring “Crescent & Vine” Refreshments!-When you stop in this Saturday you will enjoy refreshments by our favorite local hangout “Crescent & Vine.” 

Candy Plum Trunk Sale– Shop for your girlfriend or for yourself this weekend at Candy Plum Trunk Sale- “2 For 1 Christmas Special Saturday, December 20, First Floor Down AND Nicole Rae Styer Trunk Sale2:00pm – 4:00pm”

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