Many 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.
The 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.
In 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.
This restaurant is awesome for a meal or a party!
Call 718-205-7773 to make a reservation or visit online at www.andresny.com.
This 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
With or without permanent assembly and liquor permits, The Knockdown Center, located at in Maspeth at 52-19 Flushing Ave is trucking on.
Although the local community board has been putting stress on the venue, The Knockdown Center has several upcoming events with promise. The goal of the venue, as outlined on the Knockdown Center website is, “to create an adaptable environment that thinks beyond what ‘is’.”
Tomorrow, for example, the center is hosting a benefit for the Traysh Island multimedia arts festival in the Appalachian Mountains of local and international talent from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. Tickets can be purchased online.
The show will feature artists like:
Underground, international singer-songwriter legend R. Stevie Moore
Little Band of Sailors
The Doors of Knockdown
Deriving from an old construction factory, the atmosphere is trendy and spacious. With high ceilings and 50,000 square feet, people can pour in comfortably.
The Knockdown Center was originally built in 1903, but has recently been taken over and restored. The name of the venue comes from the Knock-Down Door Buck or the K-D door frame which was a more efficient construction of the one piece steel door frame. The K-D door frame made the transportation easier due to it’s make-up of three separate pieces. This revolutionized the industry of construction allowing a more efficient process and was manufactured in The Knockdown Center for 3 generations.
There have been many events already at The Knockdown Center such as, a Roberta’s Tiki Disco, Swing Lessons and a concert featuring hit artist MIA. Partnering with a new app-friendly transportation company, Uber, The Knockdown Center makes it easier than ever to arrive and depart from the venue for the various events.
The 2014 Maspeth Memorial Day parade proved how many members of the community are dedicated to showing their appreciation for the people who have served in the forces.
The parade was packed with different organizations marching to show their support including The Maspeth Town Hall Community Center, St, Stan’s School, Juniper Park Civic Associations, and many more local groups and committees . The number of young people who were not only marching, but also in attendance was very refreshing, showing how support and respect knows no boundaries.
One of the most elaborate floats that rode down Grand Avenue was the Maspeth’s Lion Club, honoring the women in the military. The brightness of the yellow and purple float exuded happiness, as it floated down the Avenue and showcased the strong women aboard.
As the parade came to an end, Maspeth Federal Savings Bank co-hosted a Barbecue as well as a performance by the dolled-up USO girls with music by Joe Fuoco. As always, the turnout for the parade was impressive. The amount of people in attendance was nothing compared to the unity that was felt among the attendees. The members of the community continuously prove their appreciation and respect for the brave souls who served the nation.