Forest Hills Travel Guide
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Forest Hills Gardens
La Terrazza: Best Italian Food in Forest Hills
The food is delicious! Especially the seafood! Everything is prepared fresh! The ambience is very nice, especially on a nice evening, the outdoor seating is great! Tuesday Buffet and Sunday Brunch give you the best bang for the buck! The location is great, right next door to...
Dirty Pierre's: Excellent Little Restaurant, My Favorite
After Balthazar's in SoHo, this is my favorite restaurant of all restaurants that I have been to in NYC. Admittedly I have not gone to any of the top ones that you read about, nor have I gone to the trendy ones where the "it" people go. So maybe my word doesn't mean much...
T Bone Diner: My Neighborhood Diner
T Bone is my favorite neighborhood diner. I go there a lot. It feels very cozy to me and by now they know me. Sometimes I see the same people there. For me, it is a great experience to go there because it is a very comforting place. I can't explain why. When I feel lonely, I...
Nick's Pizza: Excellent Pizza
Although I don't think they are particularly friendly at Nick's, they do serve a delicious thin crust pizza. Just don't plan on lingering afterwards. If you want to linger bypass Nick's and walk up towards Queens Boulevard and stop in at the pizza part of Portofino's. You...
Bonelle's Pastry Shop: Pretty Good Pastry
If you are out in Forest Hills and get a yearning for something sweet, you might want to stop by Bonelle's Pastry Shop. Their pastries border on the style of what you might find in a patisserie. I particularly like the petit fours.
Cabana: Caribbean Food
Cabana is a very cute tiny restaraunt which is usually packed. You can sit outside in the warmer months or inside in the wonderfully colorful room. Try their mojitoes.Carilbbean Fare.
Nick's Pizza: Great Brickoven Pizza
If you like brick oven pizza, this is the place to go!!!!!The assorted toppings & various salads are what makes this one of Forest Hills secret places to visit and not to miss.
Half & Half 1/2 mozzarella/ricotta cheese on 1/2 side1/2 tomato/meat sauce on 1/2 side1/2 side...
Cycling aroung forest was great. Old design houses, friendly people made my stay in Forest Hills unforgatable.
Written Apr 3, 2003
alt side of street parking
Be careful what side of the street you park on. $45 ticket if you park on the wrong side monday or tuesday- all other days no problem but, during mon & tues, every other side of the street is vacant of cars from 830-10. you can spend over an hour finding a spot. 64th rd between 108 & Queens blvd.
Written Jul 30, 2008
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NG before NG
A church and a fire fighting stone at the front of the Forest Hills Church playground. It might be a good idea to take some funny photos.
This time the camera man SHIN claimed that he was so excited and pressed the shutter in wrong timing. He strongly requests to re-do.
The 'kicking' was just OK but the angles were NG. So non of them perfect and lastly we gave up as we were running out of time to Harlem.
Too late this time, the camera man SHIN pressed the shutter after the ' powerful kick', so he shouted himself NG.