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Things to do on Woodside

When you think of Woodside, the first things that probably come to mind are food and diversity. Located in the western part of Queens and bordered to the south by Maspeth, the north by Astoria, the west by Sunnyside, and the east by Elmhurst and Jackson Heights, Woodside is among the most diverse areas in Queens. Both a residential and commercial neighborhood, it consists of bustling avenues filled with small businesses right alongside peaceful streets with big houses. Sometimes, it’s hard to believe that these two worlds co-exist as one in Woodside.

First Calvary Cemetery

The site of about 3 million burials, it is not only the largest, but also one of the oldest cemeteries in the country.

Doughboy Park and Plaza

This 1.71 acre park and plaza, bounded by Woodside Avenue, 52nd Street, and 39th Road, is notable for its statue of a doughboy and small garden honoring our fallen heroes.

SriPraPhai Thai Restaurant

Since the 1990s Sripraphai Tipmanee, has been sharing her love and passion of providing authentic Thai cuisine to the New York community.

Papa’s Kitchen

Woodside, home to the city’s Little Manila, boasts a wide variety of Filipino eateries, but there is none quite as intimate as Papa’s Kitchen.

Donovan’s Pub

Ask the friendly bartender behind the counter what’s good to eat at Donovan’s Pub, and he’ll mention the burger.

Woodside Cafe

The cuisine here is strictly Nepali and, fortunately for hungry customers, absolutely delicious.