2 Dive 4

We strongly recommend a dive into the 2 Dive 4 restaurant. Recently opened in Queens, this tapas-style restaurant offers a delicious menu with Spanish, Puerto Rican, Asian, and South American influences. Here you can also get specialty drinks, including a basil infused organic vodka. Plus, design lovers will no doubt enjoy the restaurant’s inspired décor that references co-owner Ismael Tirado’s love of diving with custom steel finishes and lighting sourced from Indian shipyards. Art, photography, graffiti, and a large mural complete the cool urban setting.

2 Dive 4

  • 2 Dive 4, 36th Avenue, Long Island City, NY, USA

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