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Flushing Town Hall, Flushing
(4.4/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • The neighborhood has the best of the Asian market and the best Chinese food. You feel in Hong Kong. You can't even imagine what is NY
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  • It's a bit out there for us but we made the trip out to Flushing. First time we saw Lou Donaldson, second time The Last Mambo King, Orlando Marin. The auditorium is small and creates an intimate place...  more »
  • Flushing Town Hall features gorgeous architectural details and has interesting history. It has been completely updated inside and usually has some art exhibited and occasional performances taking plac...  more »
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  • What a beautiful venue. The arches and buttresses remind me of Palace of Popes in Southern France. This 150 year old landmark was originally a town hall, courthouse, jail and now an arts center. We attended a Charcuterie Masters Event, at the Flushing Town Hall. The multiple variations of pork left our bellies stuffed of delicious pork products. We had prosciutto, cheese, salami, chocolate covered bacon, head cheese, spicy sausage spread, chicharones, pork cheek, bacon and cracklings. And we enjoyed the sweet bubbly Hibiscus ginger hard cider and lavender cider from Awestruck as apéritifs and digestifs. My favorites were the spicy sausage spread and the 4-step-chicharrones from Ends Meat. The butcher gave us a full tasting of each product, took time to explain each slice of prosciutto, salami, and sausage. The sausage spread had a spicy kick and smooth richness was so unique that we were wowed! No one else had a spread that tasted as good. And chicharrones were crispy light cracklings in our mouth! And Chef L. Popa's Mangalitsa and mulefoot spiced pork rillettes, pig butter, onion confit and pickled mustard bite was wonderful. The pickled mustard really made this dish unique. The sour mustard seeds cut into the pork rillettes and pig butter and the onion confit added a sweetness to the dish. Her bite took a while to construct but definitely worth the wait! Awestruck served chilled aromatic hibiscus ginger cider. The acidity and sweetness was perfect with all the pork! It smelled of fresh lavender, and had slightly sweet lavender flavor. Thank you all the vendors that night! We had a great time!
  • Affiliate of the Smithsonian, Ellen Kodadek, artistic director, loves puppetry, and offered me their first resident artist status for a film, The Heart is a Mirror. We filmed and performed and rehearsed all over 3 months after contract negotiations. The space itself is to die for and so inspiring. It is a huge house.
  • Great place to hold an event. Two floors. Stage upstairs.
  • Nice place with a quaint little museum. Friendly staff.
  • Very quaint location to hold a private art exhibition or a wedding reception.