Queens New York is the most diverse area of the country. Within this borough, which is one of the five boroughs making up New York City, you will hear almost every language in the world. Every type of food is available too. Jackson Heights in Queens New York has the larges Spanish speaking population in the nation. Through the borough, from east to west, runs the #7 subway train, though it is elevated as it goes through Queens from Flushing to Manhattan. Aboard this train every nationality will be seen and you can hear every language spoken, with a preponderance of Spanish, Korean and Chinese. This is the train that takes baseball fans to Citi Field to see the New York Mets. Queens New York has some of the finest restaurants, including some offering fantastic German food. You can find them in the Middle Village section of Queens New York. If you are looking for Greek specialties and culture, it will be found in Astoria, located mainly on the northern side of the Grand Central Parkway. The south side will give you a flavor of Pakistan, Afghanistan, Egypt and other countries of the Middle East. Around downtown Flushing, where the #7 train begins and ends its journey exists the largest Korean population this side of Seoul, Korea. Forest Hills will give you a taste of Russia and more specifically Bukharans, mainly Jewish people from Uzbekistan. The borough of Queens, New York has the most cultural diversity in the United States and most everybody gets along with each other.
Events in Queens
Chutney Fireworks - The 4th Of July Weekend Chutney Show In Queens
at R Studio Events
Live In Concert Raymond Ramnarine, Savita Singh & Randy Recklez
CRUX LGBTQ Climbing - Monday Night Heights @thecliffslic
at The Cliffs at LIC
A weekly LGBTQIA+ indoor rock climbing session in Queens NYC - geared towards boulderers of any level and belay-certified rope climbers.