The best gaming spots in the world all have more in common than slot machines, poker tables and glitzy shows. Travel to Atlantic City or Las Vegas or Monte Carlo and you’ll hear a lot about the food.In fact, food and gaming go together like, well, steak and potatoes.
“We sell a lot of fish normally but during the summer people tend to eat more sushi,” Peter Faccibene, owner of Shiro of Japan said. “Hibachi is really an all-year thing, but in the summer we definitely notice an increase in seafood and some of the lighter items. Our most popular sushi items are probably the lobster roll, spicy tuna rolls and our brown rice roll is getting more and more popular with people.”
The hibachi restaurant that sits in the newly renovated Shops at Atlas Park at 80-40 Cooper Ave. in Glendale has a recently opened outdoor terrace where guests can sit and enjoy their sushi or sashimi al fresco.
No matter what meal you’re in the mood for, you can find it on Cross Bay Boulevard.
One of southern Queens’ premier commercial strips, “the boulevard” has its share of shopping and commerce, but the key ingredient to what makes the boulevard work is its wide array of food choices that will satisfy just about every palate whatever time of day it is.
Sunnysiders like bacon and patios and many times the two go hand in hand.
At the beginning of the month, the business review website, Yelp, released heat maps that show with varying shades of red how much certain words such as hipster, yuppie, cheap, cocktails and hangover appear in its critiques.
The Mediterranean isn’t known for its particularly perilous waters — but its seemingly simple cuisine can be a trap.
Fortunately, Whitestone’s Mediterranean Grill, 160-24 Willets Point Blvd., admirably navigates the region’s culinary waters to create a dining experience worth visiting over and over again.