In the middle of Queens, or just about 15 minutes from Manhattan is a little place called Forest Hills. It borders Rego Park on the right, Kew Gardens on the left. It’s divided by the great Queens Boulevard and got two express trains and two local trains serving its residents plus multiple busses, that’ll connect you to the rest of Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan. In fact, there’s also a Long Island Railroad train station so there’s no reason not to go on a weekend trip to Long Island. – Pretty much, perfect location no matter where in New York you wanna go.
In Forest Hills, you have everything around the corner. There’s shopping, restaurants, bars, movie theaters, gyms, bookstores, cafes, all major banks. There’s pretty much everything you need right here in the middle of our community.
We have many co-ops, condo’s, luxury rentals. Apartments, houses … yeah, I even heard someone describing some of the houses as ‘mansions’. Though it’s a little bit on the higher scale – rent wise – it’s possible to find something that suits everybody’s needs.
Forest Hills also have diversity. You don’t really feel it but you hear it, when walking down Queens Boulevard and a multitude of different languages reaches your ears. And then you notice the beautiful differences we all have but in a way, almost like a fairy tale, brings us closer together.
Though I think Forest Hills is so different from most of New York, it’s safe to say that Forest Hills is awesome – better yet: Forest Hills is fab!
I like to invite you to come over one day, and see for yourself. I’m sure you’ll Love Forest Hills as much as I do.
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Below you’ll find my reviews of different spots in Forest Hills. Remember, this is a work in progress that’ll be updated as fast and often as possible. Please come back – and if you have an idea of a place I need to review, let me know. I’m not an experienced mystery shopper/mystery diner for nothing
Mint’s Thai Kitchen