Nine Bayside eateries and another from Little Neck will take part in the annual Queens Restaurant Week, which kicks off on Sept. 30.
The event, which is operated by the Queens Economic Development Corp., gives residents the opportunity to sample the borough’s diverse cuisine from more than 50 restaurants.
This year, Queens Restaurant Week will run from Sept. 30 to Oct. 3 and Oct. 7 to 10. During this time, patrons will be able to purchase three-course dinners for a $28 prix fixe price and three-course lunches for $14.
Restaurants taking part in this year’s event serve Turkish, Italian, American, Pakistani, Kosher, Cajun, Seafood, Indo-Asian, Polynesian, Portuguese, French, Argentinian, Mexican, Spanish, Asian Fusion cuisine.
Bayside eateries taking part in restaurant week include:
Anthony’s, 222-02 Union Turnpike
Buddy’s Kosher Deli, 215-01 73rd Ave.
Bourbon Street, 40-12 Bell Blvd.
Donovan’s of Bayside, 214-16 41st Ave.
Marbella Restaurant, 220-33 Northern Blvd.
Papazzio Restaurant, 39-30 Bell Blvd.
Pier 25A, 215-16 Northern Blvd.
Tequila Sunrise, 34-37 Bell Blvd.
Vivaldi, 201-10 Cross Island Parkway
And Little Neck’s La Baraka, located at 225-09 Northern Blvd., will also participate in restaurant week.
Other Queens eateries taking part in the event include Floral Park’s Arturo Restaurant, Kew Gardens’ Austin’s Ale House, Rego Park's Barosa Restaurant and Ben's Best, Long Island City’s Coffeed Roasters and Testaccio, Glendale’s Edison Place and Venezia Restaurant, Woodside’s F. Ottomanelli Burgers, Jamaica’s O Lavrador and RW Prime Steakhouse, Flushing’s King Yum, Howard Beach’s Saffron, Richmond Hill’s Roka Turkish Cuisine, Jackson Heights’ Uncle Peter’s Restaurant, Whitestone’s Villaggio, Elmhurst’s La Fusta, Ozone Park’s Romeo’s Pizza, Queens Brewery and Astoria’s 5 Napkin Burger, Christos Steak House, Las Margaritas and Ponticello Ristorante.
Forest Hills restaurants taking part in the event include The Family Restaurant, Haveli NY, Jade Eatery and Lounge, La Vigna, Moca Asian Bistro, Pampas Argentinas and Tuscan Hills.
For more information, visit the Queens Economic Development Corp.’s website.