Things to do in Queens
Located in East Harlem, Hot Bread Kitchen is a nonprofit organization that teaches low-income women how to launch and run a food business. In order to raise money, the group sells multiethnic breads made with mostly local and organic ingredients.
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.
Modeled after an 1890s “gentleman’s tavern,” the newest bar from local hero mixologist Richard Boccato serves classic cocktails made with hand-cut ice and pub food from the local Sage General Store. A band performs jazz and ragtime standards.
Run by a local Czech/Slovak fraternal organization, this hundred-year-old beer garden and hall serves food and beverages year-round in its indoor and outdoor facilities. Inside, there's a full bar and seating area popular during cold-weather months.