Welcome to Astoria

Astoria is a middle-class and commercial neighborhood with a population of 78,793 in the northwestern corner of Queens. Located in Community Board 1, Astoria is bounded by the East River and is adjacent to three other Queens neighborhoods: Long Island City, Sunnyside, and Woodside.

Things to do in Astoria

Astoria is a quiet and cozy community filled with art atmosphere, you can visit the Museum of the Moving Image and the Noguchi Museum here. Today, this area is one of New York’s most diverse neighborhoods, with Brazilian, South Asian, Balkan, and Middle Eastern communities joining the Italians and Greeks who’ve lived here for generations. Thus, food tour is necessary when you plan your trip to Astoria, never forget to taste the great and special Greek food, Thai food, Italian food, etc.

Sugar Freak

Sugar Freak is a Cajun/Creole restaurant a block off the stretch in Astoria known as Little Egypt.


This is where you should be eating wood-fired pizzas in this neighborhood.

Loukoumi Taverna

The Greek food here is worth the trip. They serve traditional dishes like souvlaki, but we like some of the lesser known dishes best.

Pink Nori

Pink Nori serves affordable sushi and Japanese small plates.

Trader Joes

Grocery chain with a variety of signature items, plus produce, dairy & more (most sell wine & beer).

Fairway Market

Grab-and-go selection of upscale prepared foods attached to a sprawling gourmet grocery store.

Astoria Park

One of the largest Parks in Queens.

Socrates Sculpture Park

Large-scale sculpture & multimedia installations in a park built on a former landfill site.