First glance the area is like any immigrant crossroads in the great borough of Queens jackson Heights. The intersection is a build of indian pakistani bangladesh restaurants, cell phone outlets, and kiosks advertising money-grams /western union to India, pakistan, bangladesh. You will also find indian ethnic dresses, gold jeweller, grocery shops where you will find many cultural things. You will see asians standing around the corner chatting, sipping chai (indian tea) its seems as if you are in your home town. You will see sweet shops i mean mouth watering sweets lined in the window as display.
Little India neighborhood where more South Asian immigrants-Indian, Pakistani, and Bangladeshi-live than anywhere else in New York City. Seventy-Fourth Street from Roosevelt to 37th Avenue and the surrounding blocks are the neighborhood's commercial heart, a place to see the latest Bollywood films, music, shop for saris, people-watch, and savor the curries and Nan bread.
Best place to live, travel, dine home away from home.