Seven Forest Hills eateries and another two from Rego Park will take part in the annual Queens Restaurant Week, which kicks off on Sept. 30.
The event, which is operated by the Queens Economic Development Corp., gives residents the opportunity to sample the borough’s diverse cuisine from more than 50 restaurants.
This year, Queens Restaurant Week will run from Sept. 30 to Oct. 3 and Oct. 7 to 10. During this time, patrons will be able to purchase three-course dinners for a $28 prix fixe price and three-course lunches for $14.Glen Cove Represents at Pickle Fest 2013
There was not a dull moment at the Horman's Best Pickles tent at the 34th annual Greenlawn-Centerport Historical Association Pickle Festival Saturday.
The Glen Cove-based company has established itself as one of the best, and likely most creatively-branded, indie pickle purveyors in the area marching to their own drum and the slogan "Think. Question. Pickle."
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