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Feb 19, 2014

We Heart Astoria Food Talk *Social Media Edition*

We share with you 6 essential local eateries you should follow on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

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In honor of Social Media Week NYC, which is in full swing, we wanted to call out some of our favorite local eateries active on social media that we think you should also know about.  If you love getting the inside scoop, you’re going to want to add these guys on to your Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook feeds.  As a reminder, if you don’t already follow us on these channels, please do so – we love being your purveyors of neighborhood scoopage! We Heart Astoria: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook.


We love their social feed, as it reveals constant news about upcoming deals, menu items as well as an update on their hours, which is convenient during this crazy winter. Twitter, Facebook.

Astor Bake Shop

If you fancy yourself a sweets connoisseur, you’re going to want to keep your eyes on Astor Bake Shop’s handsome creations, which arrive straight from the oven on to Instagram.  We just love this little cutie who looks like she devoured some chocolatey goodness.  Twitter, Facebook.

Queens Comfort

Always documenting something fun, whether their comforting food or the quirky staff, it’s always entertaining to observe what Queens Comfort is up to.  We think that these recent Specials posters are pretty cool! Twitter, Facebook.


Curious about what Chef’s do behind the scenes? Make sure you follow Chef Natasha Pogrebinsky’s Instagram, where you can see the inside scoop behind what’s on (and off) the menu at this favorite neighborhood haunt. Twitter, Facebook.

Queens Kickshaw

Jen, Kickshaw’s co-owner manages this awesome (and frequently updated) Instagram feed, that features fun food and drinks specials, events, behind the scenes photos of staff and other coffee, craft beer and grilled cheese news.  Twitter, Facebook.


Tina’s Instagram musings give you a feel for the artsy, quirky vibe here and the always flowing craft beers and delicious food.  Everything is done in Tina’s quintessential tongue-in-cheek style, which always puts a smile to our faces.  Twitter, Facebook.

What are some of the local food establishments you love to follow?  Share with us your two cents, so we can add them to our list!

One Comment

Anna Edwards

Great list. There are so many great places a subway ride away. I hate paying full price for anything. For restaurant deals and bar specials in NYC I use the book 365 Guide New York City. It saves me a ton.


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