Here is the list of the BOAST: Best of Astoria 2020 winners in a graphic. We are selling this as a magnet, so let us know if you would like one.
Month: December 2020
Here are some numbers from the BOAST: Best of Astoria 2020 winners. Number of Categories 26 – EAT 12 – DO & SEE 10 – DRINK 50 – Total Number of Winners 82 – EAT 33 – DO & SEE 23 – DRINK 138 – Total Winners by Location 25 – 30th Ave (N/W) 23… Read more »
Here is a full list of the BOAST: Best of Astoria 2020 Winners. EAT Best Outdoor Dining Queen’s Room The Bonnie Oliver’s Astoria Best Takeout/Delivery Jujube Tree Seva Indian Cuisine Mom’s Kitchen & Bar Best American Sweet Afton The Bonnie Compton’s Best Bagels New York City Bagel & Coffee House Brooklyn Bagel & Coffee Company… Read more »
As we say Goodbye and Good Riddance to 2020, the BOAST: Best of Astoria 2020 Winners have been announced and posted on the website. You can see all the new winners on the EAT, DRINK, and DO & SEE pages. If you’d like to see the winners on a map, you can go to the… Read more »
Before the end of the year, we wanted to share what our readers said were their favorite organizations to contribute to and support. Here they are, in alphabetical order: 31st Ave Open Street The Open Street is implementing a Fall/Winter schedule and the new hours will be from 8am to 6pm on weekends only. Astoria… Read more »
The BOAST: Best of Astoria 2020 Survey is LIVE! The site is boast.nyc/survey. Please fill it out by December 24, 2020, and be sure to add your name and email at the end of the survey for a chance to win a prize. We always appreciate short write-ups with your entries. It’s been a very… Read more »
The other day we headed to Tacostoria (on 30th Ave, between 36th and 37th St, where Kurry Qulture and Slush Astoria used to be) for its Grand Opening. We start with the Christmas Sangria, which is super tasty and not too strong. The tacos come on blue-corn tortillas, and they are more than a colorful… Read more »
Featured BOAST Location
22-25 Jackson Ave, Long Island City, (718) 784-2084, momaps1.org
An exhibition space rather than a collecting institution, MoMA PS1 devotes its energy and resources to displaying the most experimental art in the world, and supports innovation in contemporary art. Warm Up, a popular program on Saturdays in the summer, takes place in the courtyard where DJs spin and people dance for hours.