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:

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“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

“…the Gates Burger thing is hilar. Love your blog.” –Sfera

“Yay! Very pleased that Ridgewood has its very own neighborfoodie blog now” –Rebecca

“It’s kind of like Meatloafing, but for Ridgewood.” –Curd

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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.

(more TK)