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Apr 07, 2016

New Happenings at Burnside Biscuits

Have you heard? 30th Avenue’s Southern restaurant Burnside Biscuits has recently relaunched: they’ve got a new chef, a new menu, new cocktails, and are rolling out new nightly events.    (…)

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Have you heard? 30th Avenue’s Southern restaurant Burnside Biscuits has recently relaunched: they’ve got a new chef, a new menu, new cocktails, and are rolling out new nightly events. 
 
They’ve recently named Queens native Jonathan Lemon their new head chef, and he’s completely overhauled the menu, sprinkling his family recipes into items like biscuits, fried chicken, and others. The new eats will be complemented by a new cocktail program, which will feature drinks like the Peanut Old Fashioned with Peanut & Maple Syrup Infused Bourbon (sounds intriguing!) and Tea Thyme with House-Infused Sweet Tea Vodka.
 
Also, Burnside Biscuits has introduced new recurring events, including Chicken ‘N Waffles ‘N Champagne on Tuesdays, 1/3 of beer flights on Wednesdays, live music sets from jazzy pop songstress Cara Samantha on Thursdays, and weekend DJ sets. As weather gets warmer, the restaurant will add more than 75 outdoor seats to accommodate those who enjoy dining in the sunshine. 

 

Take a look at some fantastic-looking shots of the new menu, and tell us what you think! Are you excited to give the updated Burnside a try?

 

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Photo Courtesy of Burnisde Biscuits

Photo Courtesy of Burnisde Biscuits
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Photo Courtesy of Burnisde Biscuits

Burnside Biscuits (32-07 30th Ave., Astoria | (917) 832-7822)
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About Lindsay Goyette

Lindsay has been eating and drinking her way through Queens since 2011. A casting director by day and Astoria explorer by night, you can usually find her checking out live music, theatre, or the newest neighborhood spot to enjoy a craft beer.

3 Comments

Tyler

That stinks if they changed the whole menu. The biscuit dishes for brunch were awesome. Huge biscuits. I hope they don’t lose the Moose.

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cd

surprised they are already shuffling things up- seemed like they are doing a good business.

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