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New Concept From Queens Comfort Owners Slated Near Ditmars Blvd/31st St

Queens Comfort

Queens Comfort

Feb. 2, 2016 By Michael Florio

Fans of Queens Comfort have a new reason to be excited.

The owners of the American comfort food restaurant on 30th Avenue will open a new location in the neighborhood, in the vicinity of Ditmars Boulevard and 31st Street.

While the owners noted that the new establishment will differ from Queens Comfort, they are keeping specific details under wraps for now.

“It will not be a second Queens Comfort,” owner Donnie D’Alessio said. “It will be a new concept, but the same owners.”

D’Alessio said he is not ready to discuss the exact location, when the restaurant will open or what exactly the new concept will be. However, he did say more details will be revealed in the next couple of weeks.

“We have a plan to let more information out,” he said.

An Instagram post from Queens Comfort’s account that was shared over the weekend made a reference to the new establishment.

Queens Comfort opened at 40-09 30th Ave. in 2011. It is popular for its unique twist on American comfort foods, such as the “Peanut Butter and Jelly” burger and Capt’n Crunch chicken sandwich.

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re: hmmm

No, Hmmm, that’s already slated as something else. A wine bar owned by the wine shop next door.


Oh, now I understand why the food at Qns Comfort isn’t really soul food. (Yes, because run by 2 white guys.)


Umm, okay. I bet it will be located right where the “Last Stop” pasta/pizza place used to be.

Mack Daddy

Great another burger place amongst a million. Damn hipster disease!!! My hood is going to crap!

irish lassy -

just what ditmars needs another food place and as for the new Time Warner Cable Co that just moved there they are great couldn’t ask for nicer people and quick service — better then the one in the mall —


I agree the service there seems pretty good but honestly…who ‘likes’ cable co’s? They are just a necessary evil. 😉 I cut my cable TV cord years ago but naturally still need them for internet…


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