2019: Queens Voted Blend on the Water Best Latin Restaurant!

Blend on the Water

4540 Center Blvd, Long Island City
718-606-9851 – www.blendrestaurants.com

Enjoy the best authentic Latin cuisine in Queens inspired by all Latin countries at Blend on the Water. They are a Latin fusion restaurant that creates their own original dishes inspired by Latin America. Blend on the Water has two premium locations in Long Island City. Their newest location on Center Boulevard is three times the size of their original location and includes outdoor patio seating, a private dining room for events and windows with a beautiful view of Manhattan and the East River. Blend on the Water is not only a delicious restaurant; they also have a bar with premium liquors. They are known for their friendly and professional customer service.

2018: Queens Voted Pio Pio Best Latin Restaurant!

Pio Pio

84-02 Northern Blvd Jackson Heights, NY 11372

(718) 426-4900 – www.piopio.com

New York City’s premiere Peruvian restaurant since 1994, Pio Pio is at home at not one, but three locations Queens-wide, including its flagship in Rego Park. Its menu features authentic cuisine from Peru, as well as specialties like the restaurant’s famed Pollo a La Brasa (rotisserie chicken) and “Green Sauce.” Those, coupled with fellow signature items such as Pio Pio’s avocado salad, Chinese-Peruvian stir-fry, an array of ceviches and even some fresh juice pisco cocktails and sangria, help make it a standout in Latin cuisine. With two other locations in Jackson Heights (which occasionally features exciting live music), and a few throughout the city, it’s no question why Pio Pio is people’s favorite Latin restaurant in the borough.

2017: Queens Voted Pio Pio Best Latin Restaurant!

Pio Pio
84-02 Northern Blvd., Jackson Heights, NY 11372. 718-426-4900
New York City’s premiere Peruvian restaurant since 1994, Pio Pio is at home at not one, but three locations Queens-wide, including its flagship in Rego Park. Its menu features authentic cuisine from Peru, as well as specialties like the restaurant’s famed Pollo a La Brasa (rotisserie chicken) and “Green Sauce.” Those, coupled with fellow signature items such as Pio Pio’s avocado salad, Chinese-Peruvian stir-fry, an array of ceviches and even some fresh juice pisco cocktails and sangria, help make it a standout in Latin cuisine. With two other locations in Jackson Heights (which occasionally features exciting live music), and a few throughout the city, it’s no question why Pio Pio is people’s favorite Latin restaurant in the borough.