Tour departs outside the restaurant at 6 PM where a $20 fee is collected. The walk includes highlights of downtown Flushing’s burgeoning Chinatown (now NYC’s largest!) with new megamalls under construction, Korean commerce on Union Street and Northern Boulevard ending in the Korean concentration in the Murray Hill area. Participants can return to downtown Flushing by foot or bus or catch an LIRR train direct to Pennsylvania Station. Korean and Chinese restaurant suggestions distributed.
This tour is guided by Queens Borough Historian, Dr. Jack Eichenbaum and is limited to 30 people. You must register in advance by emailing Jack Eichenbaum at email@example.com. He will confirm or add you on a waiting list.
Meet at the (Korean) Coop Restaurant 133-42 39th Ave for happy hour (3-7 PM) which includes $1 oysters and chicken wings and $3 draft beer.
Flushing Business Day would like to invite everyone to come to downtown Flushing this Friday, Oct 26 and Saturday, Oct 27 for a series of free events: 2pm-4pm, Oct 26 free movie screening in Flushing Library; 11:30am-2pm, Oct 27, Live performance at Queens Crossing Balcony (39th Ave & 138th Street ); 1:30pm-3pm, Oct 27, Art Craft Workshop at Flushing Library Lower Level. And over 50 merchants in Downtown Flushing will provide great discounts for customers to shop.