Find out what Spanish restaurants to try in College Point. College Point is a working-middle-class neighborhood in the New York City borough of Queens. It is located north of Flushing on Flushing Bay and the East River also part of the Queens Community Board 7. Willets Point Boulevard and the Whitestone Expressway are often the neighborhood's approximate boundaries with Flushing and Whitestone, respectively; College Point also borders Willets Point at the Flushing River at the extreme southwest corner. The 109th Precinct of the New York City Police Department (NYPD) serves College Point. College Point is a diverse community, mostly residential with some industrial areas.
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4 based on 123 reviews
Was very impressed how good the good was. My daughter had the chicaron de pollo and she usually doesn't eat that but she loved it. Very friendly and attentive staff. Very clean and nice environment inside. Food is great. Only complaint is they only take cash
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The service is good. The food is just ok. Wasnât too impressed with the food. The seafood salad hardly had any seafood, it was more peppers than anything else. The one thing I can say is that the drinks are very strong, I order the coconut mojito and it had a good amount of alcohol (I found it too strong for my taste) Maybe others will like their drinks strong.
4 based on 165 reviews
Established in 1994. Welcome to PIO PIO, our "Casa Alegre" (Cheerful House), New York City's Premiere Peruvian restaurant group since 1994, specializing in Pollo a La Brasa (Rotisserie Chicken), authentic cuisine from Peru and our famous "Green Sauce"!. W
It is easy to over order here. We wanted to visit with our family so decided to get food to go rather than eat out. Since there were four of us we got the Matador Combo; the menu says the "most popular". We had drinks from home; nothing ordered from the restaurant.Well, the combo is enough for about eight people! Or four who don't care how much they weigh.It included a very juicy and flavorful whole chicken split; nicly spiced outside and juicy inside. A portion of yellow rice and red beans; the best part was the beans, the rice was not seasoned but definately yellow. Fried plantines; testones and sweet plantaines and salchipapa were also included. There was some avacado sauce and a viniger dressing for the side salad. They provided plenty of the sauce and dressing in small portion cups.We ate all we wanted the first night and had leftovers for a few days following. The chicken remained juicy and I used the fries in a hash I made. Pick up was quick and convienet. Check out was fast. I did leave a small tip with the takeout order.
5 based on 24 reviews
Located in Jackson Heights. Top 10 Best Wine Bars by Travel&Leisure Magazine 2018. Sommelier on-site every night. Tapas from Spain, France and Italy. Live Flamenco shows every Wednesdays night 7:30 PM and 9:30 PM.
Have visit addictive wine and tapas bar on both locations. This time on the larger corner restaurant. The ambiance is excellent, staff and the owner is super friendly and extremely knowledgeable about their food and wine. The tapas is excellent and by this point we have tried the whole menu and have been very pleased with everything. They have a large selection of fine wine and even fine wine by the glass and a rare but excellent service is that if you canât decide on a wine they suggest and you are allowed to taste. Both the tapas and wine/beer are moderately priced. If you are in the Jackson Heights area this is a must. On the weekends they are mostly packed so please try to make a reservation in advance to make sure you donât miss this excellent place. Thank you Oscar for your review!
4 based on 111 reviews
This is probably my 15 time here, the food is always good. The best sangria after 2 you will feel buzzed I think if I had 3 I wouldn't be able to drive. Also try there desserts
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