This Cinco de Mayo, eat at three best-kept secrets of Mexican cuisine in Queens
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Queens has enough Mexican restaurants, tortillerias and taco trucks to last a lifetime. With Cinco de Mayo just a day away, I thought I’d share with you three of my favorite spots: a real deal tortilla factory in Corona, Woodside’s best-kept secret, and the taqueria that ate Jackson Heights. 1. Tortilleria Nixtamal 104-05 47th Ave., […]

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To eat or not to eat? Chick-fil-A comes to Queens with a side of controversy
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Chick-fil-A chicken sandwiches may be a crispy, delicious treat for many Americans, but they come to Queens with a side of controversy. QNS reported on Saturday that Chick-fil-A plans to open its first Queens location at Queens Center mall in Elmhurst this fall. The response from our readers was full of mixed feelings over the company owner’s staunchly religious, […]

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Victoria’s Secrets: Dining that excites your senses
Photos: QNS/Victoria Schneps

Victoria’s Secrets is a weekly column by the founder and the publisher of QNS.com, Victoria Schneps. These past few weeks, I had exciting dining experiences that ignited my senses. From Flushing to Huntington, the restaurants I experienced offered unique cuisines with environments that matched the food. When my daughter Elizabeth was born on April 16, […]

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Whitestone residents urged to sign a petition demanding a supermarket at closed Waldbaum’s site
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Public pressure is mounting to bring a supermarket back to the former Waldbaum’s location at the Whitestone Shopping Center, which closed six months ago and remains vacant. During a We Love Whitestone town hall meeting on Wednesday night, state Senator Tony Avella encouraged the civic association and residents to sign a petition, which urges the property owners, The Feil Organization, to reserve the […]

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Relief efforts continue across Queens in response to deadly earthquake in Ecuador
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With prayers and donation drives, residents across Queens are mobilizing to help the thousands of people affected by last weekend’s massive earthquake in Ecuador. The 7.8-magnitude earthquake killed hundreds and destroyed homes and infrastructure across a swath of the South American nation. The tragedy is not lost on the tens of thousands of Ecuadorian residents […]

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