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i bought fish and shrimp there around 3 PM today. really high quality as ever. the one on northern, i mean.

For fresh fish Mi Tierra on 81st and Northern Blvd has a great fresh fish counter. Pretty recently opened.

It has already reverted to its non-fish counter function.

I just bought fish there a few days ago? Really?
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Neighborhood Chat / Queens is "missing" from L train shutdown mitigation plan
« Last post by Shelby2 on Yesterday at 07:53:48 PM »
I don't think I fully considered what kind of pressure will land on the 7 and G lines with the L train shut down. This article talks about how the shutdown could affect lines in Queens.

“Only part of the story is told, focusing solely on the impact in Brooklyn and Manhattan,” writes Melissa Orlando, founder of Access Queens, in a Dec. 15 letter. “The addition of thousands of riders to overcrowded lines such as the 7 and the E trains is a disaster waiting to happen.”

Queens is “Missing” From L Train Shutdown Mitigation Plan, Activist Group Says
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It's the Mi Tierra on Roosevelt that closed the fish counter.
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A small, gourmet style food market, I envision a bigger, better version of 37th avenue's Lemon Farm.
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Restaurants & Food / Re: FRESH Spi'L't Milk
« Last post by Di_11372 on Yesterday at 03:56:47 PM »
Today was  my first time, and I will be returning. Was very happy, that they are serving, coffee, and lattes, and it was high quality coffee.
I spoke with the owner who is passionate about offering healthy, clean food. I ordered the overnite oats, generous portion, and very good.

I told him to be sure to advertise the fact about the coffee , as we have so few options for that.
I am almost certain this place will be a success. 
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For fresh fish Mi Tierra on 81st and Northern Blvd has a great fresh fish counter. Pretty recently opened.

It has already reverted to its non-fish counter function.

I just bought fish there a few days ago? Really?
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Maybe they were thinking of the 50s looking diner Jax Inn on Northern Blvd.
Also, the original article didn't mention Jackson Diner at all, but I think it is a neighborhood favorite! Great food, though certainly not American diner food.
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Real Estate & Home Improvement / Re: Brick Underground covers Jackson Heights
« Last post by dssjh on Yesterday at 03:21:42 PM »
as a journalist, i hate seeing laziness, but these sites - curbed, brownstoner, yimby - are more ad copy than journalism. like Best Buy giving tips on tv buying.
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Restaurants & Food / Re: FRESH Spi'L't Milk
« Last post by ljr on Yesterday at 02:47:51 PM »
Just stopped by and got some chicken soup--delicious! It looks like a great menu--a really exciting addition to the neighborhood. They seem to be just getting on their feet, so I'm sure things will improve re:responsiveness of staff. But the issue should be brought to their attention, for sure. It just seems like the staff is inexperienced, at least I got that feeling.
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Lazy journalism has made for repetition of the same old places in article after article. It's so old. If the writers would just get out and walk around a bit, they might add some real service to these articles.

When my hair salon moved to Northern Blvd., I was suddenly introduced to all these wonderful new bars and restaurants on Northern in the 80s.

We went to Addictive Wine & Tapas for the first time a few weeks ago, and it was awesome — the food, wine, and ambiance are all great. And there are no TV screens!

https://addictivewinebar.com/
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