This is a website about eating, cooking, and shopping for food in Ridgewood, Queens.
Ridgewood is quirky and diverse, and it’s a great place for food. While it lacks French bistros, decent bagels (Norma’s has bagels now! -Ed.), and trendiness, it boasts amazing specialty markets and no-frills ethnic restaurants. With the help of Ridgewood resident experts, we hope you will discover new places and foods to enjoy!
What people are saying about Ridgefood:
“Thank you for helping me find this place, Ridgefood—all the posts are great, you’ve totally enhanced my neighborhood dining experience, I look forward to more!” –Shana
“Ridgefood, a delightful food blog based in Ridgewood, Queens…” –QueensNYC.com
“Big points for not using the word ‘artisanal!’” –Storko
“good folks” –@tastoriaqueens
“I just discovered your site earlier today. It’s a goldmine!!” –@martemmm
“Best of the ‘Best of 2012’ Lists: ‘Tis that time of year, when “Top 10″ listicles abound. But there’s so much good food in NYC — how could we pick just a few favorite restaurants or dishes? Instead, here are our picks … for our favorite “Best of 2012″ lists compiled by friends and fellow food bloggers/writers.” –@CitySpoonful
“Yay! Very pleased that Ridgewood has its very own neighborfoodie blog now” –Rebecca
“It’s kind of like Meatloafing, but for Ridgewood.” –Curd
Where did you take the header-image photo (i.e. the dancing ham)?
Aneta Deli (690 Woodward Avenue). One of the best Polish lunch & dinner takeout places. Super cheap for a ton of food! And they sell bacon-flavored pretzel sticks, which are a hit at parties.