It’s free to roam the grounds and pet the animals, but the shop’s fresh handcrafted herbed chèvre () pairs well with any wine you’ll be tasting in the North Fork.
This lush lavender field is the closest thing to Provence that New Yorkers have, and it’s free to pop by for a fragrant whiff and a selfie with the almost-French-looking landscape behind you.
We have encouraged many of our friends to attend the Lock and Key Events and one of our best friends is still dating a woman he met at the Oxygen Lounge last Fall.
It's a great way to meet singles in a fun, comfortable environment.
And Long Island City is increasingly becoming a nightlife destination: "There are a lot of restaurants and activities now in the neighborhood, with hotels opening rooftop bars and clubs," Benaim says.
"That's attracting a lot of single, young professionals." Of course, an increase of interest in one-bedrooms does not necessarily correlate to an increase in singletons.
The North Fork Table & Inn’s truck delivers on a Grown Up Grilled Cheese (.50, plus an extra buck for bacon) with fontina, Taleggio, and marinated mushrooms that will be the highlight of your weekend.
There’s nothing like strolling through a charming family-run farm filled with baby goats, llamas, and horses to make you forget your existential woes.
Plenty of couples, for instance, could be splitting those spaces, shacking up being a tried-and-true way of saving on rent in NYC.In Queens, Long Island City and Hunter's Point (a micro-neighborhood within LIC) came in second and third, after Astoria.And back in 2012, the city's Economic Development Corporation used Census Data to map the ratio of single men to single women by neighborhood.This National Historic Landmark ( admission) is more than just a great selfie backdrop.After a dip at Ditch Plains, step inside the lighthouse, where fascinating exhibits about wildlife, history, the environment and surf culture are always on point.If you want to pick your own bunch, it’ll cost to enter the field.