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Forest Hills in Queens is an ethnically diverse upper-middle class neighborhood. It has more of a suburban feel than many other New York neighborhoods, but it is pedestrian-friendly and constantly busy in the more commercial areas. You'll find the only Michelin-starred restaurant in Queens in Forest Hills, along with a variety of New York dining options from quick and cheap to swanky and spendy. Use our New York Restaurant search tool to browse options in Forest Hills.

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Danny Brown Wine Bar & Kitchen is an elegant Michelin star restaurant in Forest Hills. The menu is a mixture of American and European selections, with an emphasis on the foreign side. A three-course prix fixe dinner is available on Tuesday and Wednesday nights, and rotates monthly. Austin Street is the main commercial drag through Forest Hills. Here you'll find restaurant favorites like Ripe Juice Bar and Grill, Forest Hills Diner, and the Erotic Bakery of New York—if you're into that sort of thing. The bars in Forest Hills are mostly Irish Pubs and sports bars, where you can always find the Yankees or Mets on TV during baseball season.

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