At Jardin de China Restaurant in Corona, you can get a mixture of Spanish and Chinese food. The baked fish and shrimp with black bean rice won my heart. The rub seasoning on the seafood will rock your world.
From the Queens Mayoral Election Forum held this Thursday at Terrace on the Park in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. Candidates were given 90 seconds to response to a series of questions, including their views on preserving city parks in Queens.
Did you know that the famous Tiffany lamps are created at the Tiffany Furnace studio in Corona? From dragonflies to flowers and swirly patterns, the designs are unique and the glass technique is innovative. A collection of lamps and glass samples are currently on exhibition at the Queens Museum of Art in Flushing Meadows Corona Park.
Queens Museum of Art, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens, NY 11368
Here’s the Ecuadorian street vendor at Roosevelt and 80th street, steaming her tamales using corn cobs as the docks. It gave the tamales even more corn flavor - this was the first time I’ve seen this method… got me excited.
Terraza is one of the coolest bars in Queens or anywhere else in NYC. This is last night with the Alex Brown Quartet, playing on the suspended platform above the bar. Just about every night of the week has something awesome going on, from Latin jazz or folk to readings of a sort. You’ll dig.
Buon Natale! This wonderful yuletide window display from Irene Debenedittis and her sisters over at Leo’s Latticini, aka Mama’s of Corona reminds me of how my own mother decked the halls for Christmas. She was a prolific baker, too.Though I must say she never baked bread in the shape of Santa Claus. P.S. if you are looking to bu me a stocking stuffer I would appreciate some fresh mozzarella.