Louis Armstrong House
At the peak of his career and with worldwide fame at hand, legendary trumpeter Armstrong settled in this modest Queens home, and lived...
New York Hall of Science
Occupying a weird 1965 building, rippling with stained glass, this science museum is unapologetically nerdy. An outdoor minigolf course...
New York Mets
In the National League since 1962, the Mets remain New York’s ‘new’ baseball team, and still the working-class underdog compared with...
Come to Queens for multicultural eats, then stay for equally diverse sounds at this cool bi-level performance space. It makes creative...
El Coyote Dormilon
This tiny food cart has the whole range of Mexican snacks, from tacos to gorditas. It offers one rarely seen item: the pambazo, a...
Warren St · interesting places nearby
El Guayaquileño information
The best known of a cluster of Ecuadoran and Peruvian food carts on Warren St, El Guayaquileño is famous for its fish stew made of yuca, tuna, cilantro, onion, cumin and toasted corn – a meal in itself. Still, leave room for bollos de pescado (smashed green plantain with tuna, steamed in a banana leaf and served with tomato and onion).