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The Weather in Astoria
Check out the climate diagram for Astoria. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 87°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 28° in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
Discover diverse Astoria with a vacation rental
A mere 20-minute subway ride from Times Square, Astoria is a secret gem within New York City. Come for the discount shopping on Steinway street, fabulous dining options, colorful neighborhoods, and a dynamic LGBT scene. Chic loft spaces and airy condos abound in this Greco-Italian neighborhood.
Paradise for world foodies
If there's one cuisine you can't possibly miss while in Astoria, it's Greek. Artopolis serves up delicious filo pastries and Galaktoboureko (a creamy semolina custard). Halloumopita bread stuffed with cilantro, onions and baked halloumi cheese is recommended too.
The Italian-American cuisine is equally mouthwatering. Sanguinaccio, a signature dessert made from chocolate and pig's blood is popular, as are Middle Eastern delights such as shawarma, falafel and couscous. Don't forget the Palestinian sandwich stands and Turkish coffee.
Hit Astoria's markets where family-run delis sell fresh cheese and produce. For European flavors, Muncan Food Corp delights with its black forest bacon and lamb prosciutto.
In the heart of the designated Kaufman Arts District you'll find the Museum of the Moving Image which houses America's largest collection of moving-image artifacts. It also screens films all-year round. Just next door is the 1920s Kaufman Astoria Studios, a reminder of Astoria's movie-making heritage.
A short walk from the studios lies the Noguchi Museum, paying homage to the Japanese-American landscape architect and artist, Isamu Noguchi. Across the street is the visually astonishing Socrates Sculpture Park which often hosts outdoor film screenings, farmers' markets and large-scale exhibitions.
Astoria's nightlife scene caters to all tastes. For a formal night out, try Cafe Bar or Tupelo, both magnets for Manhattan's chic set. Regulars troop in to local bars to catch the latest band in action.
For fresh air and a laid-back atmosphere, the Polish Beer Garden beckons with its specialty brews and She-Bop nights. Befriend Astoria's hipsters and creative émigrés when you choose a vacation home here.
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