Glendale may not be the best known of Queens’ neighborhoods, but if you live in Brooklyn and you haven’t been there, you’re missing out.

It’s home to the famous German restaurant Zum Stammtisch, a serene and relaxing outdoor mall on the site of a former industrial park known as The Shops at Atlas Park, and the large green space that makes up Forest Park.

One of the three biggest parks in Queens, it includes a golf course, carousel and bandshell. Pictured above is the park’s Dry Harbor Playground. Click through to read more about the area.

Photo by Kevin Walsh


The area of Ridgewood close to the Brooklyn border is full of plenty of interesting spots to visit, including the Stockholm Street Historic District. The block-long enclave was landmarked in 2000 and features bow-fronted yellow brick houses as well as Queens’ only brick-paved street, pictured above.

Find out more about it and other interesting things to see and do in the neighborhood on Brownstoner Queens.

Photo by Kevin Walsh

Over at Brownstoner Queens, Montrose Morris profiles a landmarked cobblestone (yes, cobblestone!) home standing in Bayside, Queens. The house is one of the rare examples of the Arts and Crafts style in New York City, and one of the earliest houses of this type to be constructed here. Read the full history right this way…

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