#Newsflash | Bayside Hosts Restaurant Stroll-Music Fest-Open Air Party on June 4
BY QEDC It's In Queens
The food is excellent, and the price is about $1 per restaurant.
The Bell Blvd Food & Music Fest is in Bayside on Sunday, June 4, from 2 pm to 6 pm.
Organized by the Bayside Village BID, the afternoon features live music on every block, dancers, aerialists, and other performers on Bell Boulevard between 38th Avenue and 43rd Avenue. Pick-up games of beach ball volleyball and ping pong mix with line dancing, demonstrations, crafts, and other forms of family entertainment. Plus, local businesses and nonprofits set up tables and chairs outside their storefronts to serve and chat with strollers.
All these activities are free, but there’s also a ticketed restaurant stroll. For $40, patrons get access to samples from more than 35 local eateries. And as part of the fun, some bars and New Golden Wine & Liquor will introduce new cocktails, beers or wines. (Children under age 12 can attend for $20, but they can’t consume alcohol.)
Check-in for the stroll begins at 1 pm, while the tastings run from 2 pm to 6 pm.
It might grow, but the participant list already includes the following restaurants: Afternoon; Avli The Little Greek Tavern; Bareburger; Bell Garden; Belly Cake Pancake House; Bourbon Street; Brian Dempsey’s American Ale House; FINO French Bistro; Hatfields; Krave It; Local Pour House; Mad For Chicken; Maria’s Mediterranean; Mister Seoul; Moho Mexican Grill; Momo Ashi; Monahan & Fitzgerald; Mr. Pollo #1; Neptune Diner; Nippon Cha; Nonnas 1970 Pizzeria; Papazzio; Press 195; Pyramids Hookah & Bar; Red Mango; Sangarita’s Tapas Wine; SoBol; Spanglish NYC; Taverna Kyclades; The Lazy Cow; Uncle Jack’s Steakhouse; and VIPizza.
The Bell Blvd Food & Music Fest is a rain or shine event, although some activities might be affected by inclement weather.
Images: Bayside Village BID