Woodside, Queens was originally seattle by native Americans, it was named by a South Carolinian the area was part of Newtown Township, Woodside is one of the oldest Communities in Queens, was first develop on a large scale beginning in 1867 by speculative residential neighborhood builder Benjamin W. Hitchcock, who also founded Corona and Ozone Park, and John Andrew Kelly.

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Windmuller Park one of the good park Located at woodside Queens N.Y. 39th Rd, Woodside, NY 11377 to enjoy a free time or just walk around and have a coffee or practice any sport.[1]

First Calvary Cemetery Located at 49-02 Greenpoint Avenue, Woodside, NY 11378 this Consider a Sights & Landmarks, Cemeteries




Charlie's Sports Bar Located at 4408 60th St, Woodside, NY 11377-4958 this place is a friendly, neighborhood pub and sports bar. With 15 big-screen TVs you can take in a variety of Football, Soccer, and Rugby games while enjoying a beer or your preferred drink from …

The BeerKeeper Located at 58-15 Woodside Avenue, Woodside, NY 11377 A nice new pub. A friendly crowd, and decent friendly service. The place is brand new, so it's clean and looks like a Good drinks and the prices are ok.

Saints & Sinners Woodside NY Located at 5921 Roosevelt Ave, Woodside, NY 11377-3546 This is a place that is usually packed because it is close to the trains, buses. many people comes. Usual Irish pub fare and lots of beer available, and is part of the nicer extension of Roosevelt Avenue, a part of an established commercial. community. It doesn't get 5 stars simply because it gets a little too crowded for my taste after 5 pm, though some people love it that way. Nice place, nice people, LOTS of people, good service.



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