Astoria, known by most Manhattaners for its beer gardens, is actually quite an eclectic neighborhood filled with premium restaurants and great shopping. From vintage clothing shops to mass retailers like Costco and Marshalls, Astoria has something for everybody. This diverse neighborhood has also become a hub for contemporary and modern art. With just short commute to Midtown, residents of Astoria can quickly be transported into to the heart of Manhattan. Discover what Astoria has to offer and learn how this neighborhood can fit into your lifestyle. 

Neighborhood Tags

  • Modern Art Scene
  • Schools
  • Waterfront Parks
  • East River
  • Museums
  • Skyline views
  • Trendy spots
  • Pet-friendly
  • vibe
    Things to DoVisit Astoria Park, take a ride on the NYC Ferry or visit the Museum of the Moving Image.
  • love
    You'll fall in love with Steinway Street's trendy bars, restaurants and cafes.
  • lifestyle
    What to expectA short commute

Neighborhood Highlights

  • Close to Laguardia Airport (LGA)
  • Quick commute to Midtown
  • Manhattan Skyline Views
  • Bohemian Beer Garden
  • Steinway Street
  • Astoria Park
  • NYC Ferry
  • Museum of the Moving Image

Located in Northern Queens

Nearest Subway

  • N
  • W
  • R
  • M


Commute Times

Grand Central 23m by train, 37m by car

Wall street 39m by train, 39m by car

Union Square 30m by train, 40m by car

Columbus Circle 26m by train, 36m by car

Around The Block

Exploring Astoria

One of Queen's Hidden Gems.

Astoria is a community that has made strides in the last 10 years. In Astoria, you can explore diverse cuisines, musuems, and angles of the beautiful Manhattan skyline. Throughout the years, this neighborhood has welcomed residents from all parts of the city and world. The friendly and quiet aspects of this neighborhood come together and allow you to escape from the bustling environment of Manhattan. One of the city's best beer gardens resides in Astoria, where people flood in to enjoy and drink at the Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden. Astoria is home of one of the most scenic parks in Queens, Astoria Park, where you can enjoy a walk, lush green landcape and unbelievable views of Manhattan that sit beyond the East River.

Hell Gate Bridge in Astoria

Astoria is the perfect neighborhood to enjoy trendy cafes and restaurants where you can work remotely or catch up with loved ones. Visit Ditmars Boulevard, Northern Boulevard or Streinway Street to explore the best of the trendy food spots that Astoria is home to. These commerical avenues are lined up with eateries that are loved by residents and vistors from around the city. This neighborhood appeals to a wide range of individuals for its easy commute to Manhattan, great cuisine, and an unforgettable art scene. Residents can enjoy access to Astoria Park which is equipped with great public amenities and breath-taking views of the Manhattan skyline. 

Discover and Explore

What's around you

The up and coming neighborhood is slowly becoming the cultural and artistic capital of Queens

Fireworks over astoria queens

It is always easy to find something do in Astoria. There are great restaurants and new art displays around its sidewalks. Two must see museums are the Musuem of the Moving Images and Noguchi Museum that offer a contemporary take on different pieces that are unique and cannot be found elsewhere. While Astoria is still the best place to find authentic Greek food, new cuisines have been pouring in making it a paradise for all food lovers. In Astoria, you feel welcomed wherever you go. Many restaurants boast open spaces with picnic tables, including the very frequented Strand Smokehouse and The Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden, which creates the perfect ambiance for interacting with friends and family. With the neighborhood always striving for more, the new activities and scenes to take part in are becoming endless and you will definitley not want to miss what this community has to offer.

Buildings in Astoria