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Quick bite: On this full-day, deep dive into the immigrant cooking experience in Queens, we’ll visit Corona and Elmhurst, two unassuming neighborhoods that have managed to stay under the radar while other parts of the borough have become increasingly popular destinations.Book now
|In Partnership||14 people||2019 Dates:||US $830/adult|
|with Atlas Obscura||May 17 – 20; Oct 4-7|
Manhattan may have name-brand recognition and Brooklyn a certain cache, but Queens is the city’s largest and most diverse borough. It’s a place where the neighborhoods still have a neighborhood feel, filled with small family-run restaurants that have been around for generations; a place where new immigrant communities can still afford to put down roots, bringing their food traditions with them.