The Perfect Summer Sendoff
By Loulou Chryssides
With long summer days winding down, and cooler weather approaching, what better way to say goodbye to sweet summer than taking a trip to these Astoria favorites!
Let’s face it: where there’s wine, there’s nothing to whine about! And Trestle puts a summer spin on a wine-lover’s favorite: Frosè. But, if wine isn’t really your thing, fret not! Trestle Astoria offers a variety of frozen cocktail specialties, and even some boozy coffee, to go. Grab a friend, a delicious to-go order from Trestle, and head to the park for one last summer hurrah!
34-02 Broadway Astoria, NY 11106
With long summer days winding down, and cooler weather approaching, what better way to say goodbye to sweet summer than taking a trip to Chip?
Can you ever go wrong with a delicious, freshly-baked cookie? The answer is no…especially when said cookie is from Astoria’s own Chip NYC! With multiple locations in the neighborhood and a variety of rotating flavors to choose from, Chip has fast become a favorite for some of the best dessert the city has to offer.
30-06 34th St. or 22-04 33rd St.
917.745.0101 or 929.522.0800
Is there any better way to say goodbye to summer in the city than by grabbing a slice?
No summer in New York is complete without a hot slice of mouthwatering pizza. Where better to go than family-owned and operate Dino’s Pizzeria, Astoria’s go-to since 1957! Not only is Dino’s known for its specialty slices, but for its signature traditional Italian dishes such as the Penne alla Boscagliola or the Shrimp Fra Diavolo. Can you say mangia!
Flowers by Lunelly
First date? Birthday coming up? Flowers just for the fun of it? There’s never a wrong reason to treat yourself to a beautiful bouquet! Flowers by Lunnelly is Astoria’s go-to family-owned destination for the freshest flowers in the neighborhood. This local florist has been providing customers with the freshest floral arrangements to celebrate all of life’s special moments since 1993. The best part? They deliver throughout Queens!
29-22 36th Ave.