#InTheLoop | Yum! Yum! Yum! Sunnyside Restaurant Crawl Is On Oct. 3
BY QEDC It's In Queens
Some people eat to live. Others live to eat. Savvy foodies will do both in high style during the Sunnyside Restaurant Crawl on Sunday, Oct. 3, from 2 pm to 7 pm.
Back after a Covid-induced hiatus, this movable feast features more than 30 diverse businesses this year. And without any further ado, here they are.
43 Bar & Grill (Atomic Wings); Alewife Brewing Company; Ariyoshi (Sushi); Arriba Arriba (Mexican); Austin East Ciders; Big aLICe Brewing; Big Shane’s Ice Cream; Bliss 46 Bistro (French); The Boiis (Mochi Creations); Cakes by Claire; Caribbean Cuisine (Jerk Chicken and other West Indian Faves); Chakra Cafe (Cafe Eats with Turkish Flare); The Courtyard Bar; Dazies Restaurant (Italian); Firefly Petite Bistro & Cafe (Latin American and Southern European); The Globe Tavern; The GOAT Bar; Jack’s Fire Department (American); La Adelita de Woodside (Mexican); La Vienesa Bakery (Colombian); The Lowery Bar & Kitchen (Irish American Pub); Maggie Mae’s Bar; Mangal Kebab (Turkish); QNSY (sparkling cocktails); Rincón Melania (Ecuadoran); Riko Peruvian; Sanger Hall (American); Senso Unico (Italian); Single Cut Beersmiths; SoleLuna (Italian); Sotto le Stelle (Neopolitan Pizza); Sweet Avenue (Taproom devoted to Local Brews); Takesushi (Sushi); The Lowery Bar & Kitchen (Irish American Pub); and Tito Rad’s (Filipino).
The $50 tickets are good for tasting-size samples at each one.
Crawlers simply check in at Lowery Plaza, 40th Street and Queens Boulevard under the elevated 7 train, on Oct. 3. They’ll receive bracelet passes and maps, while tour guides will help participants manage the deliciousness and several trolleys will provide free transportation.
The $75 VIP tickets provide early admission, a dedicated trolley, and a no-wait line at every stop.
“This year, attendees will actually see the location of each participating restaurant, which will be good for repeat business,” stated Sunnyside Shines Business Improvement District Executive Director Jaime-Faye Bean. “And with the continued caution around the COVID-19 virus, an open-air Restaurant Crawl that keeps people outdoors and distanced will help us ensure this is a safe event.”
Images: Eating In Translation