Queens Travel Guide
Articles about Queens
By Samantha Grossman/TIME
There are some videos you generally watch alone. You know, on your laptop with your headphones on. You don’t feel guilty about watching them, not really, but they’re just not meant to be viewed in a group setting. So when I found myself in a mu...
By Anya Hoffman
Named the number one travel destination in 2015 by Lonely Planet, Queens is fast catching up to New York’s more famous boroughs. Home to myriad cultural institutions, thriving artist communities, and a vast array of ethnic restaurants (not to ment...
By Farrah Shaikh
Over 700,000 fans will descend on Flushing Meadows for the US Open this year. If you have never been, the grounds host not only epic tennis matches but also amazing food, drinks, shopping and entertainment. Now many sports are upping their food ga...
By Erika Owen
Pulitzer prize-winning musical 'Rent' will hit the stage again—but not on Broadway this time. The Secret Theatre in Long Island City is the lucky venue, hosting nine performances running September 23rd-27th. The new dates are an early celebration ...
By Katie James
As rents continue to skyrocket in Manhattan and Brooklyn, residents and travelers are compelled to look outside New York City’s dominant boroughs for places to live and stay. Their current solution: Long Island City, where the chic, new Boro Ho...
By Geraldine Campbell
Restaurants in Queens
Things to do in Queens
Newly opened Citi Field features a granite, brick, and limestone façade plus a sunlit rotunda honoring Brooklyn slugger Jackie Robinson. A trio of top Manhattan restaurateurs is catering to the Amazin’ faithful.