Try Our Picks for the Best Astoria Restaurants
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Try Our Picks for the Best Astoria Restaurants

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Come for the theater, stay for the food. (Photo: Sac’s Slice by Chichi Wang)

Of course we love the theater in Astoria but we also love to eat. And you’ll be sure to find some of the best food right in our favorite borough.

As you know nothing goes together like a night at the theater and great meal.

Whether it’s before the show or after, here are some of the best Astoria restaurants we know you’ll enjoy as much as we do!

Nom-nom-nom. Enjoy!

 

Butcher Bar

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An organic butcher shop and restaurant new to the neighborhood. Their belief in old traditional methods and the exclusive use of high quality, pasture raised, no hormone or any antibiotic treated meat guarantees quality and taste. Dry-rubbed St. Louis ribs are great; so are burnt ends, mouthwatering Kansas City-style beef brisket tips.

See the full menu online.

37-08 30th Avenue (Betw. 37th and 38th Streets), 718.606.8140

 

Pachanga Patterson

Best Astoria Restaurants Pachanga PattersonA mash-up of Mexican and NYC cuisine, the food here is fresh, delicious, uncomplicated and without pretense. It’s a family meal Mexican style. We love that Pachanga Patterson supports local farmers and artisans!

See the full menu online.

33-17 31st Avenue (Betw. 33rd and 34th Streets), 718.554.0525

 

Sac’s Place

Best Astoria Restaurants - Sac'sAn intimate, Italian restaurant family owned and operated by the brothers, Anthony and Domenico Sacramone. Many dishes on the menu are treasured secrets of their mother, Maddalena. You’ll love the extensive wine list and renowned coal oven pizza. And don’t miss Momma’s delicious lasagna!

See the full menu online.

25-41 Broadway (@ 29th Street), 718.204.5002

 

Snowdonia Pub

burger-boroA collision of haute and hops. From the fresh, locally-sourced ingredients to the diverse and intriguing selection of craft beer, Snowdonia strives to offer the highest quality gastropub experience available in Astoria. We recommend the pork belly sliders, the mussels & frites, or one of Chef’s daily creations. Oh, and don’t forget the Bourbon Brownie. 

See the full menu online.

34-55 32nd St (@ 35th Ave and 32nd St), 347.730.5783

Sweet Afton

Best Astoria Restaurants - Sweet Afton

An unpretentious local bar for those who enjoy good company and friendly conversation. Enjoy solid drinks and honest locally sourced food. Try the beer battered fried McClure’s Brooklyn pickles!

 

See the full menus online.

30-09 34th Street (@ 30th Avenue), 718.777.2570

 

Vesta Vino

Best Astoria Restaurants - VestaA neighborhood wine bar and restaurant offering simple and Italian-inspired favorites guided by the local greenmarket. Enjoy their wines by the shot, glass or bottle. Everything on the menu is delicious but you absolutely must have the baby Jesus cake for dessert!

See the full menu online.

21-01 30th Avenue (@21st Street), 718.545.5550

 

William Hallet

lobby1An American Bistro & Bar with a unique menu that draws inspiration from a variety of sources. Their eclectic style of contemporary food is what draws not only Astoria locals, but diners from all around NYC. All of the pork dishes are especially delicious: try the Suckling Pig or the Berkshire Pork Belly Sandwich!

See the full menu online.

36-10 30th Avenue (@ 36th Street), 718.269.3443

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