There’s a new burger place in town where you can eat healthy.
Last month, the space next door to JJ’s Asian Fusion became a Burger Bistro, the company’s fourth location in the city. The original is in Bay Ridge, with a sophomore effort in Park Slope, a third on the Upper East Side, and now our own outpost here in Astoria, sharing the same 31st Avenue restaurant corridor as Milkflower, Pachanga Patterson, Il Bambino, Enthaice, Zenon, Point Brazil, Brick Café, and Café Boulis—just to name a few in that 10-block stretch.
John F. Harnett, 79, is going to have to find another place to eat lunch. Donovan’s Pub, Woodside’s well-known eatery and bar — and Harnett’s lunchtime spot for nearly three decades — is up for sale after having been in business for 46 years. “I’ve tried other restaurants, but you can’t beat this,” said Harnett, [...]
At Corner Bistro, simplicity is the key to success. For years, the original Greenwich Village location has been serving up burgers and beer to generations of discerning locals and visitors. So when they decided to open a second location, they chose to bring their bohemian ambiance to Long Island City. When you walk into Corner [...]
Five Guys Burgers and Fries had customers waiting outside their restaurant for their grand opening on Monday, September 19 in the Sky View Center. “Before 11 a.m., there was a line with about 10 people waiting for us to open,” said Monique Jimenez, employee of Five Guys. The fast food chain opened on level B [...]