Posted by: Orlick | March 27, 2008

Some More Jackson Heights Links and Thoughts

After a comment telling me about from ToddG, I found a bunch of other food sites based on JH. There is so much good food to be had here! It would take at least 6 intense months of eating here to experience it fully – How can I ever get everything out of NYC??!!

Google Map of Obscure Street Food in JH
Chowhound thread about the Street Carts on Roosevelt Ave mainly
Goodies First Blog – Reviews of restaurants in Jackson Heights
NY Times Article – Moving for the Food – My sentiments exactly!

To update my prior post’s thoughts, I think I was a bit overwhelmed in Jackson Heights last Sunday. From the info I’ve been researching on it, the communication I’ve received from randoms and a friend who would support the move, and the settling of my mind from all the excitement, I am keeping an eye on JH apartments. I figure if I am there then like-minded people will be there too – such as the creator of Chowhound, the writer of the NYT article above, and other people who I respect. It seems like a great place to buy an apartment. They are big and cost is reasonable – plus if I buy that means I am staying. I wouldn’t mind at all my base being JH.


Part 2 Part 3

This will seem sacreligious to those who know me, but I am realizing now that Red Hook’s Ballfields got nothing on the Heights!



  1. […] UPDATE: After a few days, I delved deeper into my mind and the internet. Here are my latest thoughts and links. […]

  2. Hooray! The more foodies the better for us.

  3. Yeah, and food aside, living in Jackson Heights, you have many subways at your disposal to travel to OTHER areas for food.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s


%d bloggers like this: