#Newsflash | Tickets to Bayside Music + Food Fest Are Selling Like Hotcakes
BY QEDC It's In Queens
It’s time to get your “eat” on.
The Bell Blvd Food & Music Fest is in Bayside on Sunday, June 5, from 1 pm to 6 pm.
Early editor’s note: The event’s ticketed food part has sold out the past two years, so early registration is advised.
Tickets are $35, and more than 35 restaurants will offer samples of their cuisines on Bell Boulevard in the vicinity of 38th Avenue. (Math is hard, but each sample costs less than $1.) Children under age 12 can attend for $15 each, and same-day tickets –which are ill-advised — cost $45 ($20 for youngsters).
For those on diets, the event has many free activities, too, such as live music on every block, dancers, aerialists, and other performers. Pick-up games of mini-golf, beach ball volleyball, and ping pong will take place throughout the afternoon, along with crafts, clowns, and other forms of family entertainment.
Let’s get back to the food.
It might change a bit, but here’s the updated restaurant participation list. Afternoon, Avli the little Greek tavern, Bareburger, Bayside Dumpling House, Bell Garden Chinese Restaurant, Belly Cake Pancake House, Bourbon Street, Brian Dempsey American Ale House, FINO French Bistro, Hatfields on Bell Boulevard, 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 1977, 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. Some of the establishments and New Golden Wine & Liquor will introduce new cocktails, beers or wines.
Bell Blvd Food & Music Fest’s restaurant stroll is rain or shine; some of free activities might be cancelled is the weather is bad.
Images: Bayside Village BID