79-14 37th Ave
Table Wine boasts a great selection of wines and spirits from small, to better-known wineries and distilleries. Owner Ernesto is a true connoisseur - intimately familiar and knowledgeable with his products.
75-02 37th Avenue, Jackson Heights
Tel. 718 478-1360
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner (Great Luncheon Specials)
Ask Barbara for their delicious Café Latino
8123 37th Avenue, Jackson Heights
80-20 Northern Blvd., Jackson Heights
Tel. 718 429-1698
Great cleaners, alterations, storage, and suedes cleaned
79-12 37th Avenue, Jackson Heights
Tel. 718 779-0617
Installation & Service of all types of locks/alarms; Keys made
80-12 37th Avenue, Jackson Heights
Tel. 718 803-1600
The best sushi-vegetarian and cooked meals, tempura soup, salad. This place sparked a rush of historic storefront renovations in Jackson Heights. Eat-in, Take away, Delivery. Delicious, Nutritious & Friendly
35-57 77th St, Jackson Heights
Whether you live in Jackson Heights or stop by for a visit, Espresso 77 is a well-rounded establishment that must be explored! Astounding service, Espresso 77 is comprised of a genuine and friendly staff. They provide quality and delicious selections which change daily. One visit won't satisfy trying the variety of delectable drinks, food and products available!
Jackson Heights, Queens: a vibrant, diverse community that combines genuine warmth and hominess with a multitude of cultural venues, shops and restaurants. Residents of Jackson Heights enjoy a lifestyle that has all but disappeared from similar neighborhoods in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Complemented by gorgeous garden apartments built between 1917 and 1940, Jackson Heights was the first planned cooperative apartment community built in the United States. In 1993 the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission landmarked and created the Jackson Heights Historic District here in Queens.
As longtime residents of Jackson Heights, Queens, Michael and Carmen Carfagna have a vested interest in the growth and marketability of their community. Their son was born and raised here, where he attended and graduated from the prestigious The Garden School.
People are Jackson Heights’ principle asset—whether first time home owners or empty nesters seeking close proximity to Manhattan. It is a neighbor-friendly environment—a place where preservationists, merchants and residents live together in harmony.
(Shaded area is the Jackson Heights Historic District)