The Greatest Website in Queens

27 Feb
2013
Posted in: Food, New York
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The greatest website in Queens is the Sunnyside Food blog maintained by our buddy Mikolaj. It’s so popular that there’s a Tumblr site that mocks it. Now, I can’t speak much about the rest of Queens, but I can testify that it exists as a borough of New York and that there are restaurants and that this blog is the greatest website ever created in the borough. Queens is both next-to and not-even-close-to Brooklyn. I can testify to that too. It took us over two hours to get from Brooklyn to Queens thanks to a series of station closures, train cancellations, Sunday schedules, and good, old-fashioned ineptitude. Goddamn New York. We should have walked.

But we got there and found out that Queens is cute. Sunnyside is, as least. Queens is big — there’s a lot of it. There are a lot of restaurants too, like: Prima Sarabella, Los Verdes, Takesushi, Wild Turkey Pub, and 99¢ Pizza. We’re especially interested in 99¢ Pizza. How can it be so cheap? Can we eat there every day? Would they let us live inside and pay rent and sleep there? We need to find out.

We will return. We will have a slice of pizza that costs one cent less than a dollar. Can’t wait.

Cannot wait to try this.

Cannot wait to try this.

 

  • Mikolaj

    Haha, thanks for the website praise, Paul. FYI the 99 cent pizza is actually a chain, and they even have them in Manhattan! And the pizza is pretty good! The only catch is that the slices are quite small, and you’re obviously limited to just plain cheese pizza for that price.

    • http://drivinginertia.com/ Paul David Olson

      Oh man. We’re going to have to visit and do a 99 cent pizza tour across all of New York.