Gregory’s Corner Taverna both looks and feels like a little house in Greece. There are paintings of Greece on the walls, the tables have red-checkered tablecloths, and there’s a lighting fixture made from the steering wheel of a boat. The food is very good in a home-cooked sort of way, and you should definitely be eating some kind of grilled meat and/or seafood here.
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Pachanga Patterson is a casual Mexican restaurant in Astoria with a great backyard.
Pye Boat Noodle
At Pye Boat Noodle, there’s a bottle of fish sauce on every table. This is for the boat noodles, which you should definitely order.
Sami’s Kebab House
Sami’s Kebab House in Astoria makes lots of delicious things, but the Afghan kebabs are (unsurprisingly) the first thing you should order.
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Akrotiri is an upscale Greek spot in Astoria where you can get a whole fish, some lobster pasta, or a very good plate of octopus.
Anassa Taverna is a big Greek restaurant that’s useful for a last-minute dinner in the East 60s.
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Trattoria L’icontro is not only awesome, but worthy of a trip to Astoria with a group of your friends. Everything about the space is thoroughly cheesy and overstated, but that’s kind of the whole point. No gimmicks, just really good Italian food and really nice people.
Taverna Kyclades is a classic spot in Astoria for affordable family-style Greek food.
Milkflower is a neighborhood Italian place in Astoria where you can grab a Swiss chard caesar and a pizza with clams (called the Wu Tang Clam).
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