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Boca Junior

Map & Directions 81-08 Queens Blvd.
Flushing, NY 11373
  • Argentine
  • Daily 11am-11pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Private Party
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • Lot Available


Village Voice's Description

The walls are painted blue and yellow-the team colors-and videos rerun team triumphs, while the windows are etched with the beaming visage of the star player, Diego Maradona. Boca Junior is the name of an Argentine soccer club and a Queens Boulevard restaurant obsessed with the team. Luckily, the meat in the barbecue pig-out is top-notch, and reasonably priced, too, and the salads unstinting when it comes to vinegaratry beef tongue or eggplant. A friend labeled the latter "vegetarian ceviche."

Member Reviews

  • thevillagevoicebestof wrote a review for Boca Junior
    on 05/10/09

    Named after a beloved soccer team, Boca Junior excels at all the usual South American steaks, but what really wowed us was the eggplant salad - a barely cooked, vinegar-laced julienne of the Barney-colored vegetable.

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Tips from foursquare

  • Samantha F. on 02/19/10

    Skirt steak is laaav

  • Jeffrey V. on 08/08/10

    If you like skirt steak - or any nice sized portion of sirloin - this spot is a must. The portions are great and so is the quality.

  • Frankie M. on 04/14/12

    entraña milanesa de carne empanadas de carne papas fritas y sweet potato fries con quilmes o coke!

  • Carlos L. on 11/28/11

    Muy buena toda la comida...!

  • Marlon E. on 03/13/11

    Skip the entraña, and go straight for the vacio cut... Bigger cut and delicious!!!

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