Queens: Where to Find the Best Restaurants in New York
For in-the-know foodies, the city's other outer borough is now the go-to destination for high-end comfort food. Here are the eateries to try now.
Chef Casey Sullivan's new-school diner serves up southern-accented fare with heaps of eccentric flair: Cap'n Crunch-coated chicken fingers, a fried-zucchini sandwich with slaw and hot-pepper jelly, and salt-and-pepper doughnuts. Bring booze (it's BYOB) and plant yourself at the communal table—you're family.
40-09 30th Ave., Astoria
Photo by Kathryn Allen Hurni