Created by Ishtar on September 23, 2001
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Queens has been cited as the most ethnically diverse area in the United States. It is also the New York borough that makes the greatest usages of the public libraries. It is no surprise that restaurants in Queens rival those of its older sister, Manhattan
Created by galaxina guide on March 15, 2001
Best of IgoUgo
Liven up your trip to New York City with a visit to the Far East. Hop on the subway in Times Sqaure and emerge 20 minutes later----where? Are we in Delhi? Mumbai? Get a taste of the exotic that many native New Yorkers overlook!
Created by cjg1 on June 18, 2007
VT group food tour of Queens
Created by read_to_me on February 1, 2005
My compilation of unusually fun places to go in the boringest borough in the city
Created by gameprix1 on March 12, 2002
This is a journal of my favorite resturants in New York City and Queens.
Created by dingleberry on March 1, 2002
No need to travel the world for great food because great food from around the world can be found in Jackson Heights, Queens.
Created by Breathmints on February 17, 2002
Queens is definitely not a place to visit for tourists. Manhattan is so action-packed and has so any sights to see there is no need to go to queens. Nevertheless, if you do wind up in Queens, heres a lsit of destinations!
Created by kylebarber on January 2, 2001
All that's good about Brooklyn's inferior neighbor.
Created by Simon Morley on September 25, 2000
To the casual NYC visitor, Queens is a mystery or at best the home of the Mets and noisy airports. But tucked away in a mixed residential / industrial neighborhood is one of the most beautiful little museums in the City.