The perfect combo: momos and Tibetan noodle soup (thukpa) from Lhasa Fast Food aka the tiny Tibetan spot in the back of the Tibetan Mobile cell phone store. #JacksonHeights really knows the meaning of multi-purpose. #JacksonHeightsNY #queensnyc #queensny #seeyourcity #itsinqueens #queenseats #heartofqueens #tibetanmomos (at Lhasa Fast Food)
You can't go wrong with the bulgogi bahn mi with a fried egg on it aka the "bomb me" from JoJu in #Elmhurst #elmhurstny #elmhurstnyc #queensnyc #queens #queenseats #queensfood #food #elmhurstfood #heartofqueens (at JoJu)
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The menu at D.C.’s Oyamel has several pages devoted to drinks, but not a single frozen margarita. Instead, diners can expect limited-edition mezcal, as well as fries in mole sauce and tacos with chapulines (sautéed grasshoppers). Chef José Andrés’s consistently packed restaurant is proof that our appreciation of the varied regional cuisines of Mexico has come a long way. Such Oaxaca-inspired dishes, once hard to find in the U.S., are increasingly considered mainstream. And while…
Stork's Bakery is a vestige of a dispersed community. Queens was once home to a thriving German-American population dating back to the mid 19th century. But Stork's still stands, a tribute to the stubbornness of its owner, Anton Duke, who bought the business from the Stork family back in 1990.
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