The entryway of Bahari Estiatorio in Astoria has a big refrigerator on display of once-living fish with eyes that follow you like they’re in a painting. But move past the fish and you’ll see two huge dining spaces large enough to host a wedding (we’re certain these happen here). This place is huge, and usually pretty busy with groups drinking carafes of wine and ordering seafood from the display up front. We especially like the lamb chops here, and the assortment of Greek dips that are divided up with pieces of cucumbers into a little wreath. If you’re looking for somewhere to have a party, this is a great choice.
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