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Forest Hills will be getting a new addition to its diverse lineup of stellar restaurants.

Japanese restaurant chain Tamashii will be opening their third location, Tamashii Red, on 71-34 Austin St. in Forest Hills.

While the restaurant secured a 15-year lease for the 2,900-square-foot facility through Eastern Consolidated’s retail leasing division, an opening date has yet to be determined.

“This stretch of Austin Street is a retailers dream, surrounded by a dense residential area with financial demographics similar to the Upper West Side of Manhattan,” said Harris Bulow, senior director of Eastern Consolidated.

Tamashii Red will be the newest addition to the restaurant lineup in the shopping and dining haven, which includes Shake Shack, Bareburger, 5 Burro, Dirty Pierre’s and Cheese of the World, among other options.

Along with Tamashii Red, the Tamashii brand also operates Tamashii Ramen in Astoria and Tamashii Blue in Long Island City. They are known for their assortment of specialty ramen dishes.

“The area also is a transportation hub with four subway lines a block away on Queens Boulevard, a Long Island Railroad station around the corner, and buses servicing Kew Garden Hills and Middle Village. Additionally, concert hall Forest Hills Stadium is nearby.”

 

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