Woodhaven is a middle-class neighborhood located in the central section of the New York City borough of Queens. Woodhaven, once known as Woodville, has one of the greatest tree populations in the borough and is known for its proximity to the hiking trails of Forest Park. It retains the small-town feel of bygone days and is home to people of many different ethnicities.
Things to do in Woodhaven
4.5 based on 315 reviews
its seems a bit unorganized,very small space to have two lines with walk space in between....mall table area not a guarantee to get a table have to wait on line to get a table,no room for the line when it gets long,people at the tables what to stay and talk deep conversations over pastries and coffee that means tables stay full for sometime before it will be your turn on a long line...evenings and weekends it can be a bit frustrating especially if you are with children,make reservations a must! time it exactly after a movie if you attending one....if you want to go without reservations go at a down time,like mornings, or mid afternoon perhaps or us just order out and eat like no one is watching guiltfree,as far of the pastries blondies are delicious,fudge brownies,strawberry shortcake is good,plain cheese cake,coffee delish but all a little pricey,takes good patience to wait but line goes outside,not good on a hot day or cold day standing outside,it needs better organization,maybe get a bigger place with more tables,i have to call it as i see and experienced.....enjoy how you can LOVE
5 based on 220 reviews
From the moment we walked in we were impressed. The atmosphere was welcoming, the staff cordial, and the menu offered a great selection. We found this through Trip Advisor so you can believe it is really good. Our recommendations are: Mescaline w Gorgonzola and Walnuts, Fried Calamari, Linguini DeMare, Veal Piccata, and Sole. They have a Pizza oven which we would have loved to try - their selections were great. Best experience in Jamaica and Howard Beach NYC.
4.5 based on 183 reviews
Treat yourself! Dining at Zum's is an experience. For starters, the goulash soup is amazing. The German salad consisting of beets, onions, carrots, coleslaw and cucumber salad is the best. The wurst platter, with German potato salad...awesome! There are no words for the jaggerschnitzel. Thank you, Aurora for your wonderful service! Prosit
4.5 based on 255 reviews
Owned and operated by the Barnes Family since 1959, London Lennie’s has evolved from a quintessential fish-n’-chips shop to the premier seafood restaurant in Queens. London Lennie’s is notorious for the best in fresh, local seafood selected daily at the world-famous Fulton Fish Market. This leading seafood restaurant hosts the area’s finest raw bar and was honored with the 2007 & 2008 Wine Enthusiast Award of Distinction and the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence from 2007 through 2012.
My husband and I had lunch at London Lennie's on a Saturday afternoon. The lunch special I had was one of their specialties, Battered and fried fish and shrimp with french fries, all delicious. An individual loaf of bread came with pats of butter and cole slaw came with the meal as well.
4 based on 169 reviews
This place is just good and always good. I have visited multiple times for years and quality is a seal for them. Eat here and get the fried plantain stuffed with meet, shrimps and chicken. Good price, good presentation, great flavor, nice portion, good service, fast, quick. They mean business and they deliver good gastronomy. Enjoy. Very recommended!
4.5 based on 176 reviews
Got both cherry and lime. Perfect Italian ice. Reminds me of the stuff we used to get in Philly as a kid. Service was quick. Highly recommend.
4.5 based on 395 reviews
Located in Corona section of Queens it’s a bit off the beaten path but the restaurant is worth the trip. Make reservations well in advance the place is always packed. The food is outstanding. Healthy portions are provided. The service is old school and professional. Nice wine list.
4.5 based on 143 reviews
I'm in town often on business. This restaurant will take you on a dining experience like few do. From the family style and generous portions to the wait staff and the atmosphere. But most especially the quality of the food prepared.
I was encouraged to have the Veal Parmigiana and it was nothing short of spectacular. My friend had the Breast of Chicken in Lemon and Butter. Each dish was beyond expectation. The bread for the table was most excellent and they make their own table wine on site. It was a joy to speak with the owner for about 15 minutes to learn some great history of the restaurant and the many famous people who have dined there.
After enjoying the amazing food it was a must to have a cappuccino and a cannoli. I have had many a cannoli in my life. Few were exceptional, these were exceptional. The proper shell and a filling not to sweet or too creamy. To die for honestly.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
I live really close to this joint. The bagels are made in front of you the old fashion way. Business booms on the weekends and deservedly so. I like em crispy and they have those , though not exclusively. Last time I even got a loyalty card because I get the lox and I am thinking I will get a freebie sooner or later. The last time I bought my friend a bagel from there, his comment was "boy that was a TTB" upon inquiry I found that to mean it was "TasTy Bagel.
4.5 based on 102 reviews
I've been going to Eddie's for years and don't think I could go for more than a month without Eddie's, its that good.
Eddie's is a true old fashioned ice cream shop that is family owned and the ice cream is house made. The menu isn't too big but everything they do they do right, from egg creams to black and white ice cream sodas to sundaes.
The store itself is comfortably worn and I don't think I've ever encountered a bad employee. I'm always amazed how inexpensive Eddie's is for such a great product.
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