Eating Queens: Around the World on the 7 TrainHerb Lester
It's been a while since we updated some of our city guides, in that time the world has changed a lot. These guides are still packed full of inspiration and have plenty of great tips for things to see, do, eat and drink, but we can't be sure that every place we've recommended is still open or quite the same as it was when we wrote about it. With that in mind, follow this link for discounted bundles of city guides.
About Eating Queens: Queens, New York, is one of the most ethnically diverse corners of the world, with nearly 50 percent of its residents foreign born. It is a land of opportunity – for all of us, seeking a better dinner. Beginning at Manhattan’s Times Square, the number 7 subway line heads crosstown on 42nd Street to Fifth Avenue and Grand Central Station, then zips under the East River to Queens. From Long Island City to Flushing Main Street you can eat your way around the world at least once. Languages are abundant and the foods are, too. The borough is large and the options are many, so let these selections, each a short walk from a station, be your guide on a culinary trip around the world on the 7 train.
Read two entries here: Unidentified Flying Chickens and SriPraPhai.
* Written by Jon Hammer & Karen McBurnie, designed by Matt Lehman
* A3 (297x420mm) folded to A6 (105x148mm)
* Litho-printed in England on recycled paper
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