Woodside, Queens is a residential neighborhood with business districts along Northern Blvd, Roosevelt Avenue and Queens Blvd.
New York’s Little Manila is on Roosevelt Ave from 63rd to 71st St. 🇵🇭
La Boom NY is a popular Latin nightclub.
Latin Culture in Woodside Queens
The neighborhood was originally Indigenous Mespeatches land. The original Dutch and English settlers were followed by Germans. The residential neighborhood developed in the 1860s into the biggest Irish community in Queens. Dominicans and Latinos arrived in the 1960s. New Irish came in the 1980s. South Asians moved in during the 1990s.
Internacional Carro Show plays Mexican cumbia at La Boom in Woodside, Queens on Friday, February 17, 2023 at 9pm. 🇲🇽
DJ SpinKing spins Latin urban music for the Spanglish Saturdays dance party at La Boom in Woodside, Queens on Saturday, February 18, 2023 at 10pm. $25. Free before midnight.
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The neighborhood is served by Queens Community District 2 working with the Queens Borough President.
New York City Government
The neighborhood is served by New York City Council Districts 22 and 26.
The neighborhood is policed by the NYPD 108th Precinct.
The neighborhood is served by U.S. Congressional District 7 and New York’s two senators.