Q Guide: Arts & Entertainment

Friday, Oct. 2, 2009

Astoria Times

Queens eateries on parade for boro’s Restaurant Week

Queens foodies can feast on global cuisine at some of the borough’s top eateries for less than the price of two movie tickets and popcorn, with the arrival of that tasty time of year known as Queens Restaurant Week. Comment.
Astoria Times

Avli: Bayside Greek tavern serves tasty, affordable fare

While the debate rages on about whether or not the recession is drawing to an end, many of us are still watching our pennies. The prudent among us may eschew precious little platefuls of artfully arranged mouthfuls at extravagant prices, opting instead for restaurants that deliver generous portions of tasty, rib sticking food, with something left over for the “doggy” (or your next day’s lunch). Avli, on Bell Boulevard in Bayside, is an exemplar of this no nonsense approach with its hearty fare and affordable prices. Comment.
Astoria Times

Apartment of agriculture

It started with a call to action from famed organic foodie and Chez Panisse founder Alice Waters. Comment.
Astoria Times

Sunnyside musical auteur readies new production

Triple-threat writer, composer and lyricist Bryan Putnam of Sunnyside is thrilled about the upcoming world premiere of his new show, “The ToyMaker,” playing at the New York Musical Theatre Festival at The Theatre at St. Clements in Manhattan from Oct. 5-18. Comment.

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