Shah’s Halal Food

Shah’s Halal Food

I was very fortunate to visit the location that started it all, Liberty Avenue and 121 Street. Since they have expanded throughout the Borough of Queens and into Long Island. Everything they serve up is quality, from the rice, chicken, lamb, and falafel. Whether it’s chicken over rice or falafel you crave, they are the go-to people for late night cravings. No matter how popular and how large they get, whether it’s serving from a cart late at night, shopping plaza or mall, their quality of food remains the same, hence preserving their authority and being the go-to brand for some good chicken over rice!

The Chocolate Expo, a sweet experience….

The Chocolate Expo, a sweet experience….

As soon as you walk through the door you’re greeted with chocolate. Many of which you can try before you buy. The expo located at Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, Long Island, NY (Long Island’s Air and Space Museum) features some upscale chocolate, unique mixture, and household favorites like Girls Scout Cookies. It’s definitely worth the experience if not the networking opportunity to meet and greet fellow chocolate entrepreneurs. Everything chocolate, everything tasty!

After The Chocolate Expo we ventured to Roosevelt Field Shopping Center where we came across the sleek and sporty Jaguar and luxurious Land Rover with eye-catching aggressive rims.

Biscuits & Barbeque, a hidden trailer in Mineola

Biscuits & Barbeque, a hidden trailer in Mineola

Biscuits and Barbeque, a hidden gem (trailer) in the heart of Mineola (Long Island, New York). Featuring tasty Cajun food that’s served with friendliness and on time.

If you enjoy the couziness of a dinner and its unique layout, then you will love this place. Also don’t forget to order dessert. The bourbon pecan pie was delicious, both in decor and taste! There is an ample amount of parking as well.

It’s definitely worth the visit, especially after a long day of shopping at Roosevelt Field shopping mall.

Also here are some photos that we took during our 2018 visit to Dyker Heights (Brooklyn, NY), during Christmas.

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