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THE COURIER/Photos by Melissa Chan
THE COURIER/Photos by Melissa Chan
Bell Boulevard in Bayside is well-known for its row of restaurants and beloved bars.

The 230 businesses that line Bell Boulevard are 230 reasons alone to visit one of the busiest commercial corridors in the northeast portion of the borough, according to Bayside Village’s executive business director.

The popular strip is well-known for its long established eateries and beloved bars, but Bayside Village Business Improvement District’s (BID) executive director, Lyle Sclair, said there’s more to the boulevard, long deemed “restaurant row,” than a place to grab a bite.

A majority of businesses — 32 percent — along the tree-lined streets are made up of professional practices, ranging from medical doctors to lawyers, accountants, bankers and realtors, Sclair said. Eating and drinking establishments only represent 27 percent of businesses.

“People definitely know us for the bars and restaurants, but a lot of people don’t know that you can get all your wedding day needs on Bell Boulevard too,” Sclair said.

Brides and grooms planning their nuptials can find everything from their dresses and tuxedos to hair and makeup services along the strip, the business head said. They can also buy their wedding rings, book their honeymoons and even pick out lingerie for the big night.

Auburndale also boasts its hidden foodie gem, Durso’s Pasta & Ravioli Company, while Fresh Meadows is home to its own collection of cuisines along 188th Street and Union Turnpike.

THE COURIER/Photos by Melissa Chan

For a shopping mecca filled with an assortment of entertainment, shopping and dining options, without the bustle and congestion of the city, visit The Bay Terrace Shopping Center at 211-01 26th Avenue and Bell Boulevard. The center features one dozen restaurants, including Tony Roma’s and Outback Steakhouse, and more than 30 shops.

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