You haven’t experienced Asian culture in NYC until you’ve been to Flushing. On the bustling streets of the Queens neighborhood you’ll find Chinese medicine shops, Korean beauty boutiques, and pizza topped with pungent durian rather than pepperoni. New to the nabe and not sure where to start? Follow along with us:
Where to Go in Flushing For...
An Authentic Tea Ceremony: Fang Gourmet Tea135-25 Roosevelt Avenue
Prepare to explore the complex nuisances of oolongs, purehs, and a variety of other delicate teas prominently found in China at this aromatic spot. If you’re looking to have a traditional experience, tea ceremonies are available by appointment.
A Chinese Dinner You’ll Be Talking About for Weeks: Fu Run40-09 Prince Street
Flushing is one of those rare neighborhoods that highlights every single corner of a specific region, which is why this is the ideal spot to have one of the only Dongbei-style Chinese meals in the five boroughs.