Queens Borough President Melinda Katz helped kick-off Queens Restaurant Week 2014 by enjoying a delicious lunch with Assembly member Michael Miller (front l.), City Councilmember Elizabeth Crowley (front r.), Queens Economic Development Corporation executive director Seth Bornstein (rear l.) and Neir’s Tavern owner Loycent Gordon (rear r.) at Neir’s Tavern in Woodhaven on Tuesday, October 14. Neir’s is one of more than 200 local restaurants — spread out over roughly 30 Queens neighborhoods – that are offering special discounts to diners during this 11th annual edition of Queens Restaurant Week. The event is being held this year throughOctober 30. Most of the participating restaurants are offering special three-course prix fixe dinners for only $28 per person during this promotion, while many eateries are also offering lunches for only $14 per person. It’s a great opportunity for both borough residents and visitors alike to enjoy some amazingly diverse and incredibly tasty dishes at reasonable prices. Queens Restaurant Week has been organized by the Queens Economic Development Corporation

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