As you walk down Roosevelt Avenue and Northern Boulevard you see hundreds of people strolling down the block. Walking in and out of stores are myriads of very different cultures. This is Woodside and Sunnyside. Woodside and Sunnyside are located in Queens, New York. Although they are both small, they are overflowing with different cultures and places to go.
Northern Boulevard and Roosevelt Avenue are two of the main roads in Woodside. People fill the sidewalks eager to step into one of the malls or walk into one of Sunnyside's quiet restaurants. There are many different types of food representing the different cultures of the community. On Roosevelt Avenue there is a Korean bakery that emits a tempting aroma whenever you pass it. The smell of musg bean rice cakes and sticky sang donuts is very alluring. At night, the various Irish pubs are overflowing with residents gathering to share events of the day. There are numerous public bars in Woodside. Many people go to these bars and enjoy beers, watch football games, and relax with their neighbors. Some of the popular bars in Woodside are The Coach House, Copper Face Jack's, and Charlie's Sports Bar. Very much like Woodside, on a Friday or Saturday night.
Sunnyside, located adjacent to Woodside, is filled to the rim with diversity too. Sunnyside has tons of traffic everyday. People who live there wake up excited to begin their day. Sunnyside was once a rural waste of farmland. It evolved through the years, and today Sunnyside is now filled with malls and stores, and is an enormous part of the community of Queens. It was believed that Sunnyside got its name from a hotel that was across from a railroad station. This hotel was once owned by French settlers. The hotel welcomed visitors into comfortable rooms and cozy beds.
The primary subway line that cuts through Woodside is the Seven Train. The Seven Train runs from Flushing to Times Square. Other trains that run close to the Woodside/Sunnyside neighborhood are the G, R, and V trains.