Clarion Hotel La Guardia Airport
9400 Ditmars Blvd.
East Elmhurst, NY 11369
Phone: (718) 335-1200
Fax: (718) 458-1239
9400 Ditmars Blvd., East Elmhurst, NY, US, 11369
- Phone: (718) 335-1200
- Fax: (718) 458-1239
A skate shop that doubles up as a boutique, Belief has a lot of variety for those who skateboard and even for the ones who don't. Owned by people who are firmly entrenched in skateboarding culture, this establishment stocks only authentic gear and top brands, in addition to their own line of clothing.
This building was originally established in 1965 to house the Queens' outlet of popular department store, Macy's. Following its closure, it was left in a dilapidated state. Forest City Enterprises took over the property, renovated it and reopened it as the Queens Place Mall in 2001. This shopping center features a circular facade, designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill architectural firm. Spread across five floors, this mall is home to popular stores like Best Buy, DSW Inc. and Target. Dining options include Outback Steakhouse, Red Lobster, Mrs.Fields cookie store and more.
Grand Wine & Liquor in Astoria, New York is one of the city's best wine stores for Greek Wines. Apart from the various wines from Greece, wines from countries such as Portugal, Australia, Cyprus, Slovenia, Croatia, Italy and Spain are also found here. The store sells a variety of famous Greek Rose wines such as "Amethystos Rose" and "Apelia Rose", which are definitely worth a try. The store sells a variety of spirits as well, amongst which the Turkish "Raki" is worth buying.
Formerly Pacific Sunwear, this spacious shop caters to the surf crowd. Granted, there is not much surfing in New York City, but the look is still in style and this is the place to get everything you need for that surfer look, except the haircut. They have plenty of items to get you started, including floral surf shorts, bags, shoes, T-shirts and bathing suits. Also add some accessories to your surf gear, like a wallet, jewelry and sunglasses.
One of the biggest malls in Queens, the Queens Center offers an unparalleled shopping experience within its sprawling confines. Housing over 100 stores dedicated to everything from fashion and electronics to sports and toys, there's hardly anything you'll miss here. The mall attracts some of the biggest retail brands and is a regular haunt of the fashion-conscious crowd. The superb food options including restaurants and fast-food chains ensure that you never run out of energy on your shopping-spree. For more information and exact store timings, check website.
This eponymous bakery of homemaker, Debbie Fields, was founded in Palo Alto in 1977. Featuring delicious sweet treats, Mrs. Fields boasts of more than 350 outlets around the globe. This New York branch is located within the Queens Center mall. Cookies are the prime specialty of this place with a lot of other wonderful creations. Their range of cookies include interesting fillings and toppings like choco chip, oatmeal, raisins, cinnamon, peanut butter and more. Mrs. Fields also offers unique cookie variations like cup cookies and cookie sandwich.
At The Furniture Market, you will find a vast selection of antiques with which to decorate your home. There is also a good selection of used furniture which is very affordably priced. At this store, spread over two stories, you will find a lot of wooden furniture, as well as items like vases, mirrors, lamps and silverware.
At Stray Vintage in Queens, there aren't many things you can't find. Containing a large selection of secondhand knickknacks, trinkets, home decorations, and other miscellanea, Stray is a favorite among New Yorkers always looking for those one-of-a-kind items. Many of the items featured in the store are created by local artists and craftsman, so you'll feel good putting money back into the local community. Visit the store today to find that special item you never knew you were missing.
A New York home shopping tradition not to be skipped. Bedding, lighting, bed & bath, furniture, fabrics and draperies. 1000's of rugs. 5 levels of shopping. in house restaurant serving the freshest organic & local ingredients possible.
Located in the Bronx, Hunters Point Terminal Market is the largest produce distribution organization in the world. Home to the Fulton Fish Market along with other several establishments that include a meat market, grower and farmer markets amongst others, the Hunters Point Terminal Market covers around 113 acres (45.7 hectares) and offers a wide range of locally grown and produced items on wholesale basis. Drop in and choose from the largest possible variety of fruits, veggies; if you haven't found it elsewhere, you'll definitely find it here! The market remains open for 24 hours on five days a week; from 10p onwards from Mondays through Thursdays and from 9p onwards on Sundays; check the website for more details.
You needn't compromise on your Italian cooking, by doing with more easily available ingredients anymore. Get the real thing at Iavarone Bros located in Maspeth, New Hyde Park, Wantagh and Huntington. Cured meats, oils, vinegar, sauces, jams and other preserves are available here. A one stop shop for taralles, antipasti, biscotti, blue veined cheese and such. Apart from the chocolates and dried fruits, you could also pick up a gift basket to surprise that special someone.
This gallery occupies a 10,000 square foot building filled with a wonderful collection of Hand-Signed Limited Editions, Original Paintings, Photography and Sculpture.