Corner Bistro’s Long Island City offshoot is very similar to the original in the West Village. The spaces look almost identical with booths and tables to the left, and a long bar with a couple TVs on the right side of the dimly lit room, and the menus are similar as well. Yes, the famous bistro burger is as big and greasy as it is at the original. The LIC spot does have a couple more options for sides, like fried pickles and buffalo wings.
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The Green Street LIC
The Green Street LIC does kind-of-healthy Korean with optional Korean barbecue.
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