111 Places in Queens

That You Must Not Miss

GUIDE

Staggering ethnic diversity, rich cultural history, and a robust arts scene make Queens one of the most exciting destinations in all of New York City. See and taste the world, travel back in time, and experience nature all without leaving the confines of Queens.
Home to immigrants from Azerbaijan to Vietnam and points in between Queens is truly a melting pot of cultures and cuisines. Eat your way through China, Malaysia, Romania, and visit a Tibetan dumpling speakeasy—no passport necessary. Visit the birthplace of religious freedom in America and then tour local Hindu, Thai and Korean temples. Marvel at migratory birds and terrapins and visit the oldest tree in New York City.

 

111 Places in Queens

That You Must Not Miss

Joe DiStefano

Contains numerous color photographs

by Clay Williams

240 pages

13,5 x 20,5 cm

5,25 in. x 8 in.
ISBN : 978-3-7408-0020-8

 

£ 12.99
$ 19.90

Joe DiStefano

Queens-based food writer, culinary tour guide, and champion of Queens Joe DiStefano has been exploring the borough’s diverse global cuisines and cultures for many years. An intrepid eater, Joe is widely recognized by such culinary luminaries as Andrew Zimmern as a go-to source on the borough’s rich tapestry of cuisines and cultures, from Michelin-starred temples of gastronomy to Thai and Hindu temples where food is served. He is the founder and publisher of the Queenscentric food blog CHOPSTICKS & MARROW, and a co-founder of New York Epicurean Events and Queens Dinner Club. His work has appeared in The New York Times, Gourmet, Food Republic, and Serious Eats. His clients include Starbucks, the Boys Club of New York, Hormel, The Food Group, and Next Restaurant.

Clay Williams

Born in Queens, raised in Brooklyn, Clay Williams is a lifelong New Yorker who photographs food, drinks, and events for The New York Times, Edible Communities magazines, and the James Beard Foundation. With his camera in tow, Clay has hung on to the back of food trucks in Paris, trudged through farms in Argentina, and squeezed into tiny kitchens with world-famous chefs. When he’s not documenting the food system, he’s at home, cooking dishes inspired by what he photographs every day. Clay lives in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, with his wife Tammi, a fellow New York native.

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