Knish Nosh

98-104 Queens Boulevard
Queens, NY 11374
Forest Hills

  • 8am–8pm daily

Though now a mini-chain—with several locations in New York and one in Delray Beach, Florida—Knish Nosh has been serving up their trademark doughy snacks at this location since 1952. A recent renovation has spruced the interior up a bit, but the knishes—from traditional potato knishes to miniature “cocktail” knishes filled with pastrami or corned beef—are as authentic as they come. The shop also offers other Jewish comfort food, like latkas and matzo ball soup.

Photo: Julienne Schaer


  • Cash Only

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Just about nine miles due east of Times Square lies the comparatively arcadian NYC neighborhood of Forest Hills, Queens. Nowadays this hamlet, named for its "knob and kettle" hill terrain, feels mercifully unplugged from Manhattan's amps. But around the corner, Austin Street is a hive of eclectic newcomers, from the Japanese grocer Sakura Ya the beloved Tex-Mex-style 5 Burro Cafe. From here, the World's Fair grounds are a hop and a skip away, as is the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows–Corona Park. At day's end, Danny Brown Wine Bar & Kitchen, on Metropolitan, offers a sophisticated American bistro experience.


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