Art, Wine & Food Erase Borders in Queens Culture

Posted on September 22, 2009. Filed under: Art, Astoria, Entertainment, Flushing/Corona, LIC | Tags: , , , , , |

Black-eyed Susans look forward to fall

Black-eyed Susans look forward to fall

Fall has officially arrived. Here are a few ways you can celebrate the Autumn equinox in Queens

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Long Island City: Le Fooding at PS1: Sept 25 & 26

PS1 Museum in Long Island City is hosting benefit for Action Against Hunger. It will be a smorgasbord of food, drink, art and music. Here are the details:

Le Fooding L’amour“12 chefs, three mixologists, two butchers, one ice-cream maker, two DJs, 15 graphic designers, a select vintner, a fine Champagne, some fromages and a mystery guest, to feast your senses and do some conscious good. Action Against Hunger can’t wait. Book your tickets on http://www.lefoodingdamour.com 100% of your ticket sales support Action Against Hunger’s humanitarian programs.”

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Long Island City: Celebrate Oktoberfest early at the Studio Square Beer Garden (35-33 36th St) with live music- Undercover plays at 7pm

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Astoria: Guest Chef night at Bistro33: Thursday September 24th $55 per person for reservations 718-721-1933

Guest chef George Rallis of Hellgate Social cooks up a special 5 course pre-fixe dinner. Here’s what’s on the menu:

Popcorn: sweetbread, brown butter, capers, yuzu aioli
Tuna Martini: tuna, avocado, Japanese pickle, Kirby cucumber, caviar & wasabi-yuzu-soy sauce
Sandwich: duck confit, wild mushroom
bread pudding
Salmon Tartare: sweet shallots, black summer truffles
Sweet:
devil’s food cake, peanut butter mousse, chocolate ganache

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Astoria Street Fair: Astoria Merchants and Professionals Sunday Sept 27th Broadway between Crescent and 47th Street

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Flushing: Queens Museum Of Art  presents Erasing the Borders an exhibition where east meets west in a cultural dispersal Queens, NY 11368 | (718) 592-9700

“The 27 artists in this exhibition trace their origins to the Indian subcontinent. They grapple with diverse subject matter, and meld Indian and Western colors and forms in many media, including painting, drawing, prints, photographs, C-prints, photomontage, video, sculpture and installation”

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