This counter-service gyro spot on Astoria Boulevard makes one of the crispiest pork gyros we’ve encountered, and they have a few cafe tables and nice yellow chairs set up outside where you can sit and admire it in all of its fat-dripping beauty. Seriously, we’re telling you to get the pork instead of chicken - even if every bone in your body identifies as a chicken person.
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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.
Vitality & Health Natural Market
For all juice and smoothie needs in Astoria, head to Vitality & Health. It's essentially the neighborhood version of Whole Foods, but much cheaper.
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Anassa Taverna is a big Greek restaurant that’s useful for a last-minute dinner in the East 60s.
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Gregory’s 26 Corner Taverna
Gregory’s 26 Corner Taverna feels like a little nautical-themed house in Greece, and it’s ideal for some weeknight souvlaki.
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Astoria Seafood is a seafood market and restaurant where you pick your fish and tell them how you’d like it cooked.
Duzan serves shawarma, kebabs, and falafel as pitas and bowls in a small counter-service space in Astoria.
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