If the room’s décor pays homage to so many saints, perhaps Chef Peyton Powell is on his way to his own culinary christening as a saint. His take on traditional Mexican cuisine infuses knowledge and experience.
Five years after opening the studio Pilates in Astoria, Kristine Petrucione expanded to open The Art of Fitness. Her intention was to provide a place where she could share all the different fitness mediums she has studied throughout her long dance career.
CIANA’s mission is to prevent the growing marginalization of new immigrants and refugees through transitional services, leading to their successful integration into the socio-economic and civic life of America while maintaining pride in their cultural heritage.
Over the past two decades, Astoria has become a hub for young professionals and urbanites, drawn to the area for its proximity to the city, less expensive housing, effervescent night life, and eclectic restaurants and cafes.
Beyond row after row packed with every vintage comic book available, glass cases are lined with Spider Man gelatin molds, superhero Pez dispensers, Star Wars action figures and even VHS cassettes of E.T. and Monty Python.
While Donnie D’Alessio’s poetic patties have maintained their own corner of the Queens Comfort menu, BORO recently learned he plans to open a new location devoted to these gourmet griddle gems, called Flattopp Burgers.
Whether you enjoy an outdoor brunch, a quick crostini and limonata, or an evening cheese flight and glass of wine, the bottom line is this—treat yourself. Il Bambino is deliciously wonderful, unpretentious, and affordable.