256-15 Jericho Turnpike
Floral Park, NY 11001
Phone: (718) 343-9600
Fax: (718) 343-9602
256-15 Jericho Turnpike formerly Jamaica Avenue, Floral Park, NY, US, 11001
- Phone: (718) 343-9600
- Fax: (718) 343-9602
Midtown is where you will find some major tourist attractions, not just of the city, but the world. This list includes the likes of the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Times Square and the Chrysler Building. Fifth Avenue, the world's most expensive street, is located here, and is choc-a-bloc with designer stores. From Macy's to Bloomingdales, and Tiffany & Co. to Bergdorf Goodman, you can find it all in Midtown.
For an enormous variety of fine artwork, including posters, paintings, photographs, limited editions, and artisanal jewelry, Sunflower Fine Art Gallery is an ideal destination. Custom framing services fit the perfect frame - from nations around the world - to your piece of art or memorabilia. Art delivery, installation, or shipping within a reasonable time frame are also available.
The largest of New York City's five boroughs in area, Queens has the distinction of being the one of the world's most ethically diverse regions. There are many things to see and do in the area, and most tourists include it in their itinerary. It was named in honor of Catherine of Braganza, Portuguese queen to Charles II of England in 1683. The borough has many cultural institutions, museums, shopping and many of its neighborhoods remain authentic and non-gentrified. The neighborhood of Astoria is a mix of Greek, Brazilian, Italian and Japanese and the enclave of Flushing is the real spot to have Chinese food. Interspersed throughout, the visitor will find many other interesting neighborhoods like Jackson Heights, Woodside, Kew Gardens, Forest Hills and Long Island City. The list of things to do is enormous and you could easily live here for years without seeing it all.
The Green Acres Mall is conveniently situated close to the John F. Kennedy airport, making it the perfect shopping destination on your way to or from the airport. All the usual mall suspects are here - Macy's, AT&T, H&M, Walmart and Sunglass Factory. There are also several restaurants and cafes to sate your hunger whilst you shop.
Roosevelt Field shopping mall not only has an extensive array of specialty and chain stores - it also has many great restaurants and cafes and an AMC movie theater, showing all the latest releases. All the mall staples are here, including JC Penney's, Macy's, Banana Republic, Gap and Victoria's Secret. It's the perfect choice for a family day in, particularly if the skies are clouding over.
This family owned market offers fresh pasta, homemade sauces, delectable meats and gourmet specialties. Stop by and be a hero at dinner tonight!
Carolina Herrera is a well-known international designer setting the latest fashion trends the world over. Her signature style includes sleek and sophisticated patterns combined with bold and dramatic colors. From casuals to evening wear and gowns, the merchandise is for those who share her passion for couture. For a designer who dresses the likes of Hollywood, don't be surprised if you spot a few celebrities here.
While in Long Island, a visit to Americana Manhasset is mandatory. The architecture itself is quite notable, and with over a hundred brands greeting you in more than 60 stores, you just won't be able to resist going on a shopping spree. Come and explore the various products, all on offer under a single roof. Whether you are here for window shopping or serious buying, Americana Manhasset is set to welcome you. Check website for details.
The Tyrone store is an exclusive men's clothing store that is housed in a historical building, namely, the Roslyn National Bank and Trust Company Building. Constructed in 1931, it is incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, and is now a modern shop that deals in elegant sportswear, clothing and accessories for men.
Another mall in the long chain of Simon Enterprises, The Mall at the Source carries great brands that are a little easier on your wallet than some other mall centers. Some of the budget stores include Famous Footwear, DSW, Off 5th-Saks Outlet, Old Navy and H&M. Dave & Busters is also found here and is a great break from the shopping frenzy.
To truly appreciate the art of smoking, come to the Stogie: this state-of-the-art lounge offers lighters, humidors, cutters, wifi internet access, leather chairs, a 65 inch definition television, and (of course) many, many cigars. The peaceful lounge space is a welcome treat for any cigar aficionado looking for a moment of calm to appreciate a great smoke. Check the website for details and cigar-related events.
Izzy Guss opened Guss' Pickles in 1979. Choose your pickles from sour, half-sour, quarter sour, spicy, saltwater and new pickles to olives, sauerkraut, green tomatoes, and garlic. Barrels are brought in daily. Cucumber fans get new pickles that have been in fermentation only for a few days and you can still break them with a snap.