Bayside in New York City is an upper middle class neighborhood along Little Neck Bay. Its upscale Italian, Irish, Greek and Korean heritage adds up to a mixture of suburban charm and the bustle of a diverse ethnic flavor. Bell Boulevard, Bayside main street, keeps it feeling small town with its restaurants reminiscent of Long Island. There are plenty of tasty dinner options available. Jackson Hole Diner claims to “have been serving up the best and biggest 7 oz. burgers in New York City since 1972”. Uncle Jacks Steakhouse is first class. Papazzio, homemade Italian and Erawan, fresh Thai are both good choices. For some authentic Greek style, try Pelagos Seafood Tavern. Guh Song is a highly-regarded Korean restaurant and if you’re looking for something with a creative twist, try the romantic Bonne Saison for some Thai-French fusion offerings. Bell Blvd is also known for its nightlife offering a variety of clubs and bars to fit every taste. Head over to Donovans for a good old Irish bar. Grab a cold Beer at the Crazy Moose Saloon or if you prefer to get a little more fancy try Plum night club for some dancing. The weekend single scene on Bell Blvd is thriving.