What’s it like in that big restaurant on the corner of 58th st.? We have your answer…

Screen Shot 2017-10-20 at 2.46.40 PMMany travel past the big restaurant on the corner of 58th street and BQE Service Road Eastbound, and wonder, “what’s it like in there?”.

The Maspeth Blog has your answer…

Andres Carne de Tres at 51-05 58th street, was established in 2007, and the family-oriented Colombian restaurant has earned its place as a great spot to grab a bite to eat or host a party in Queens.

 

c700x420The food served at Andres is mainly Colombian but also draws culinary inspiration from several other countries. From paella to skirt steak, Andres has a number of dishes to satisfy any hungry patron.

Parents looking for a place to bring the kids? Andres Carne de Tres is kid-friendly! On Saturday’s and Sunday’s kids eat free from 12-5 with an adult meal purchase.

 

 

1345556550773In addition to being a steakhouse, Andres Carne de Tres acts as a nightclub after 10 pm featuring a local DJs and Barranquilla Carnivals.

For over six years now, Andres Carne De Tres has been the host of over 30,000 parties for adults and children alike.

Andres Carne de Tres can also be an event space for corporate events with a party room at 100 person capacity.

 

maxresdefaultThis restaurant is awesome for a meal or a party!

Call 718-205-7773 to make a reservation or visit online at www.andresny.com.

 

 

 

 

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Lions Club’s Halloween Ragamuffin Parade is Tuesday, Oct. 31st

The Maspeth Lions Club presents the annual Halloween Ragamuffin Parade!

The parade will begin on Tuesday, October 31st at Mt. Olivet Cemetary’s Main Gate at 65-40 Grand Avenue between Remsen Place and Grand Avenue at 7 pm.

The parade will end at Maspeth Federal Savings Lot at the corner of 69th Street and Grand Avenue.

All children are welcome to attend. Those in costume will receive a bag of treats. There will also be prizes for the person with the best costume! Happy Halloween!

St. Stan’s graduate launches heating company, Master Mechanic LLC.

Michael Caputo, a graduate of St. Stanislaus Kostka School in Maspeth, has been in the heating business for over 15 years.  After being an integral part of a large heating company for the majority of his heating mechanic career, he has decided to form his own company.

Caputo and fiancé, Sylwia Baran, formed Master Mechanic LLC., to help local homeowners and business owners in Maspeth, Middle Village, Glendale, Ridgewood and surrounding Queens areas.

mastermechaniclogoMaster Mechanic LLC. is a full service boiler repair, removal, and installation company that provides oil and gas services for residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.

They provide heat and hot water service, perform annual boiler inspections, and process NYC DEP Triennial Renewals. They specialize in clearing NYC DOB & ECB Violations, and also provide service for oil tank abandonments, removals, and installations. They do chimney cleaning and installations and Fulton High Pressure Steam Boiler repairs and inspections as well.

“Master Mechanic guarantees same day emergency service,” said Caputo. “I am confident that our prices are better than our  competitors,” said Caputo, is a lifetime resident of Maspeth.

Services Master Mechanic offers:

  • Types of Boilers we service: Oil and/or Gas for Residential, Commercial and Industrial buildings
  • Heat/Hot Water Service (no service agreement required)
  • NYC Dept. of Buildings Annual Boiler Inspections
  • NYC Dept. of Environmental Protection Triennial Renewals
  • Clearing NYC DOB & ECB violations
  • Boiler Installations, Repairs and Removals
  • Oil Tank Abandonments, Removals and Installations
  • Chimney Cleaning and Installations
  • Fulton High Pressure steam boiler repairs and internal/external inspections
Call for a free estimate today: 347-510-5544 or email info@mastermechanicllc.com

Caputo teamed up with former St. Stan’s classmate, Michael Mattera, to develop an app for boiler mechanics and the entire heating industry. The app is named, Master Mechanic, and is available in the iTunes app store for Android and Apple phones. The app is a useful tool that simplifies the job of sizing and choosing boilers, radiators and much more.


Master Mechanic is a licensed NYC Oil Burner Equipment Installer, License #5357B. Also a Fulton Factory Certified Service Technician.

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These two Maspeth eateries are offering 10% – 15% OFF

 

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Fame AD Coupon for 10% OFF

  1. Fame Diner | 6967 Grand Ave, Maspeth, NY 11378

The famous “fame” diner is offering patrons 10% OFF their meal when you show the AD coupon pictured left.

“We have been serving Maspeth since 1983, and it is our honor & pleasure to serve the great community of Queens,” said John, owner of Fame.

Fame’s hours are Monday – Saturday 6AM – 11PM and Sunday 6AM – 10PM.

Order online here or call (718) 478-4674 to order for delivery.

 

 

 

 

 

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Home Made Taqueira AD Coupon for 15% OFF

2. Home Made Taqueira | 71-3 Grand Ave, Maspeth, NY 11378

Phone: (718) 779-0771

Home Made Taqueira, specializing in authentic Mexican food, is offering patrons 15% OFF their meal when you show the AD coupon pictured left.

“We love our Maspeth location. The residents of Maspeth are great people, and it is our pleasure to give the community fresh, tasty mexican specialty food ,” said Joaquin, owner of Home Made Taqueira.

Home Made Taqueira’s hours are Sunday – Thursday 11AM – 10PM and Friday – Saturday 11AM – 11PM.

Order online here or call (718) 779-0771 to order for delivery.

Martin Luther School Harvest Fest & Open House is this Saturday, October 14th, 11AM-4PM

mlsharvestfest2017WEBThis Saturday, join the Martin Luther School community at their annual Harvest Fest & Open house.

The whole community is invited to the School, located at 60-02 Maspeth Avenue in Maspeth, to partake in festivities, including:

Arts and Crafts, Basketball Clinics, Bounce House, Dance Performance (A Place to Dance), Face Painting, Food and Baked Goods (for sale), Games, Mr. Fred’s Wacky Science Experiment, Pony Ride (Available 2pm-3pm), & Raffles.

School Tours (Middle and High School) will be available to all families that want to learn all about the exciting Martin Luther School experience. Attendees will get a chance to see their new look, as the school recently underwent some new modern renovations.

98% of MLS graduates attend college is a statistic that open-house goers will learn this Saturday. Another nice fact is that MLS students can earn up to 36 college credits with MLS’ local college partners.

Join Varsity & JV Basketball Coaches, John Sanchez & Jon Kablack, for a fun basketball clinic from 12PM – 4PM in the gymnasium.

Families will also learn about scholarship and sponsorship opportunities that Martin Luther School has to offer.

Call Amanda Slinger, Director of Admissions, with any questions regarding the Open House / Harvest Fest: 718-894-4000

Maspeth Street Resurfacing GOOD – DOT Lazy

It’s nice that some streets on the Plateau are being resurfaced this week. DOT put ‘NO PARKING Monday or Tuesday’ paper signs up on 63 Place last week (see green sign in picture). All well and good…. no Parking 7 till 7 Monday and Tuesday. Makes sense…. they need to do the milling – scraping of the street to prepare for new asphalt.

Very few cars had to be removed Monday morning and neighbors understood not to park there. A great scraping job on the street indeed was completed.

But the  residents thought that they would be back to put the asphalt down on Tuesday – hence no parking Tuesday as well. It’s Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 and the dozens of signs stating NO PARKING TUESDAY are still posted.

The block is empty…. why?

This green sign should have been removed Monday by DOT after DOT was finished and they knew they would not be working on the block Tuesday. Instead the entire block of residents had to scramble to take up spots blocks away.

This green sign should have been removed Monday by DOT after they were finished and they knew they would not be working on the block Tuesday. Instead the entire block of residents had to scramble to take up spots blocks away.

Most thought DOT would be back Tuesday to do SOMETHING .. no?

Why wouldn’t the dozen or so DOT people standing around doing little more than holding up stop signs or moving around traffic cones when needed ‘REMOVE THE PAPER SIGNS’ so we would know that the job is done …. and they wouldn’t be back tomorrow…. so we could all park there?

All night Monday and all day Tuesday residents on 63 Place scrambled to find parking blocks away. That’s just inconsiderate on the part of DOT.

According to one official at a city office in Glendale who asked not to me named on Tuesday….  DOT leaves a two-day window to do the scraping. While most lay people don’t understand the workings of DOT we asked …. “if that was the case why would they leave no parking signs that also showed Tuesday as a day not to park?”

We figured if they were not coming back wouldn’t it be courteous to remove the signs so residents wouldn’t scramble to look for spots blocks away from their home?

“Because they are LAZY and they just don’t care,” the city official said.

Yikes!