Corner Bistro’s Long Island City offshoot is very similar to the original in the West Village. The spaces look almost identical with booths and tables to the left, and a long bar with a couple TVs on the right side of the dimly lit room, and the menus are similar as well. Yes, the famous bistro burger is as big and greasy as it is at the original. The LIC spot does have a couple more options for sides, like fried pickles and buffalo wings.
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Casa Enrique is home to the best Mexican food in New York City, and we bet you’ve never heard of it. Time to get acquainted with Long Island City.
M. Wells Steakhouse
If you live in this area, or you find yourself here often, M. Wells is a decent spot for a nice dinner. You can even follow it up with a drink at Dutch Kills for a pleasant, albeit expensive, evening in Queens. Unfortunately, that’s as weird as things are gonna get. Queens.
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While the burger and the brunch menu are great, the rest of the menu at Cafe Colette falls short.
Faun is an excellent neighborhood spot in Prospect Heights serving seasonal, Italian-inspired food. Eat pasta on their patio whenever possible.
Clay is an American restaurant in Harlem that’s perfect for a special-but-not-too-formal dinner with a date or your family.
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There’s something about pounding cheap beers and burgers here that makes you feel like anything is possible. When we finally decided it was go time for “Immaculate” Infatuation, we were sitting in Corner Bistro. A great burger, and a classic establishment.
The Green Street LIC
The Green Street LIC does kind-of-healthy Korean with optional Korean barbecue.
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