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Just across the East River from Manhattan, Astoria is one of the largest and trendiest neighborhoods in Queens. The restaurant scene here is as diverse as the population. Well-established Greek and Italian restaurants exist alongside new eateries that answer to every trend in New York dining. Little Egypt has some of the best Middle Eastern restaurants in New York, and the Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden is one of the top attractions in the borough.

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In the 20th century, Astoria was largely settled by Italian and Greek immigrants. You'll find lots of old school family restaurants here that have been serving the same favorite dishes for decades. Visit 30th Avenue to find European-style cafes. For the best Greek restaurants in New York, head to Ditmars Blvd. Taverna Kyclades and Agnanti are two favorites here. The meze dishes are meant for sharing. Bring a group and sample a little of everything! Steinway Street is Astoria's Little Egypt, where you'll find great Middle Eastern dining. El Karnak Luxor is a wallet-friendly favorite, and Al Hati Restaurant features Middle Eastern cuisine and a hookah bar. One of the most famous Astoria attractions is the Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden. For over 100 years, this beer garden has served up Belgian, German, and primarily Czech beers and a hearty Czech food menu. A summer afternoon is the perfect time to check it out. There are hundreds of great New York dining options in Astoria, with menus that span the globe. Use our New York Restaurant search tool to browse Astoria restaurants, read reviews, and sort by price and rating.

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