Going in a completely different direction, LIC Market is known for its farm-to-table recipes and reputation. And now that Amazon won’t be coming to Long Island City, we can still bask in the glory of the neighborhood’s incredible food scene.
Not only is the food, which includes a duck hash with dried cherries, short rib, and a frittata of the day, amazing, but they also serve natural and organic wines to accompany it. If this isn’t the best use of the #liveauthentic hashtag, we don’t know what is.
The hip restaurant also serves a basket of free pastries to those who have to wait. Nothing tastes better than free food. If you’re looking to try multiple dishes on the menu, this eatery also changes their dishes pretty regularly, allowing for a regular brunch spot should you think it’s the right one for you and your friends. Ok, there is something better than free food: an excellent brunch with a side of free food.
The LIC market or Long Island City has been one of the most popular restaurants since long in the US. What makes it an interesting option is the use of ingredients from the local organic farms. This will help you stay in the pink of health if you are indeed a health freak. The bar has a rich offering of natural and organic wines. Even wait should be a great reward in itself because you will get a basket of pastries while you wait for your turn. Some of the menu items worth mentioning can be slow cooked pork with beans & eggs; and a shredded brisket sandwich or even roasted duck hash with dried cherries, red onions, pine nuts and eggs.
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