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With 60 restaurants signed on, Queens Taste 2017 scheduled for May 2

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April 18, 2017 Staff Report

Foodies unite.

The Queens Economic Development Corporation will host Queens Taste 2017 in Corona next month, offering participants food from all over the globe.

The event will be held at the New York Hall of Science in Flushing Meadows Park in Corona on May 2 from 6 to 9 p.m. and will bring together more than 60 restaurants to offer tastes of food and drink from all corners of the world.

Queens Taste will offer all-you-can eat and drink samples. Food options will range from French to Indian to Paraguayan to Japanese, among many others, and there will be gin-based drinks from a local distillery and wine from several local purveyors.

The event will serve as a fundraiser for the QEDC, and proceeds will go towards its efforts to create and maintain good jobs in the borough.

Tickets cost $125 each or two for $200, and can be purchased at www.thequeenstaste.com.

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