Save the Date

TUESDAY, MAY 1 • 6 – 9 PM

Mark your calendar for Queens Taste 2018, the borough’s food-and-networking event of the year.

About

Queens is the World's Most Diverse Borough

With delicious food, dazzling drinks, and fantastic networking in a festive atmosphere, the Queens Economic Development Corporation and the Queens Tourism Council host Queens Taste as their annual fundraiser event. In previous years, we had Astoria’s Sabor de Cuba offer shredded beef with plantains, La Adelita in Woodside give away Mexican chalupas. Alobar in Long Island City has served savory potato pierogis with a creamy sauce, The Nest, a Guyanese/Trinidadian eatery in Richmond Hill, dished out curry, jerk, and BBQ chicken, and Bayside’s Bareburger bequeathed beer-braised bacon with stout onions on a mustard pretzel bun. On the alcohol side, we had Chris Murillo, who owns the local distillery Queens Courage, various wine purveyors, at least seven beer products from various breweries, and plenty specialty cocktails. Abstainers also had options, from Essentia Water to Bruce Cost Ginger Ale and Chatime bubble tea.

Tickets are $125. It’s an all-you-can-sample world and it’s for a good cause. The proceeds support our ongoing efforts to attract, create, and maintain jobs in the borough through business services, neighborhood development, the Entrepreneur Space (our food-and-business incubator), and marketing attractions through the It’s in Queens brand. As QEDC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, proceeds are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.

Location

Another year at our most popular location

New York Hall of Science
47-01 111th Street
Corona, New York 11368

7 train to 111 Street
or Q25; Q58 bus

Sponsors


Email rmackay@queensny.org to learn about sponsorship opportunities.

Looking back at Queens Taste 2017

Vendors
Attendees
Hours of fun

Want to participate?

Join this premier networking-and-culinary event

Diversity is always on display from first bite with everything from creamy to crunchy, fiery to flaky, and savory to sweet.

Email Rob MacKay at rmackay@queensny.org