Queens >Food & Dining > Creek & The Cave
10-93 Jackson Ave, Long Island City, NY | Directions 1110140.743269 -73.951579
M-Su 12:00am - 12:00am
Neighborhoods: Hunters Point
Mmm love the pork nachos – If you haven't tried the pork nachos at The Creek and The Cave, get your butt over there. Pairs wonderfully with a Turbo Dog or a Magic Hat #9, these are a few of my favorite things. Cheap, good food and drinks and tons of crazy comedy.
Bone in Burrito, Mustache on hipster – Yummy taco is better. Shave your mustaches and stop tryin to gack me with bones in my tacos and fattiness on your steak... gross.
Best Mojito Ever! – Go downstairs to the bar on a Friday night. Sherri (not sure about spelling) is the bartender and she is the best. She makes the most delicious mojitos I have ever tasted. It's so good I can't drink them anywhere else. And the food is pretty good too, plus the portions are generous. Some parts of the downstairs seem to be a work in progress when it comes to the decor, but that isn't something that should deter anyone. Overall I think it's well worth the short trip into Queens.
Ironic named Mexican restaurant lives up to its name – This recent fascination with digestive tea cleanse products is a total waste of money. Most tea cleanses consist of a three week program designed to get the results you need. Here's a three step program on how you can save time and money with the Creek and the Cave diet. Results may vary based upon how you order.
1) Order anything from the menu
2) Eat it
3) Run for the restroom
-This method can have you cleansed in no time. You'll enjoy the ambiance of their decorative facilities. Give an hour for eating and the same for seating (not a table)
1) Order anything from the menu
2) Eat it. *Warning* DO NOT EAT IN YOUR CAR
3) See step 3 above
-You won't get the same kind of help from your personal bacterial germs as you will from their frequently used toilet seats, but you might finish a Times crossword puzzle without interruption.
1) Call in your order for delivery
2) Wait an hour longer than you were told for delivery time.
3) Regret your soggy order, but get faster results. No chewing involved.
NOT CONVINCED!!! - See what celebrity customers are saying -
Ro O'Donnell - "I had two orders and never made it to the restroom. But i got results, sweetie!. Thank you Creek in the Cave."
Pat Saj - "I was so damed up. Not anymore. I was making vowels like never before"
Paul Hog- "There are few places in North America I've found a creek in a cave? Well, mate, i found one in Long Island City, Queens. Before I knew it, my bloody breeches had breached"
moaide – benefit for nyc paramedic elaine mohini sat. june 2nd starting at 8 pm who was recently diagnosed with cervical cancer and needs our help to pay the bills. LIve music including yellowdog, the barrens, and 4 trips ahead. 25$at the door 100% goes to elaine. Raffles and prizes to follow the music. Come support a good cause for a great person.
Very good food, cool vibe, nice staff – Come to Mo Aide 2 support our friend who is we are trying to raise money for her medical expenses. We are also celebrating her birthday, and St Patty's day. Come see the original rock band Yellowdog, DJs, raffles and food and drink specials.
Great place, but not in Brooklyn Heights! – Er, hello, Citysearch? Shouldn't that be, "Located at the spit-out of the Queens-Midtown Tunnel," not the Manhattan Bridge? You must have gotten very lost on the way to this fine spot.
Queens bar scene with Cal-Mex cuisine, live music and a chill outdoor patio. – The Scene
Restaurant on top and bar on bottom, this bi-level spot is a pioneer in Long Island City nightlife. Situated at the spit-out of the Manhattan Bridge, it attracts some word-of-mouth island-ites, though hip locals already living in the neighborhood make the majority. Fashionably attired, the chatty young crowd chooses between a cozy blue-walled and banqueted restaurant, and the cavernous drinking den down a steep set of stairs.
Descend into a multiroomed cave, where a turn of the head reveals another area--the bar, then a hall with pool and foosball tables, and a divey dorm-like set-up of worn couches and floor space where DJs draw occasional dancers. Despite interior elbow room, the Pabst-carrying scene crams outside on the prime warm-weather garden patio--where a weathered white fence encircles the quaint brick backyard with open sky above. When amateur bands perform, part of the pack is found upstairs in the black music box.
User review by bhappb – I'm here all the damn time. It's a great place. As the owner says, it's like a club house. There's several severely different sections of the place all with their own character so you don't mind showing up over and over. The outside section is awesome and it has the oldest tree I've seen in NYC. Perfect for a chill, anything goes, time.
Cave Rocks! – This is one of the coolest places I've found in a long time. The music is awesome and the place is so chill. It's like hanging out in someone's living room. The place is really anything goes.
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