If we were to sum up Flo Lounge and Restaurant in one word, it would be BEAUTIFUL. You guys. Flo is absolutely gorgeous. On a block filled with restaurants, this corner oasis stands out in a major way... Flo has all the high class, modern feel of a Manhattan lounge, but none of the pretentious vibes... We stopped by in the day time, and Flo would easily be our first choice as a business lunch or weekend brunch the large windows make for a bright, comfortable atmosphere. As for the weekends? Flo gets FUN. Weekend nights see Flo is strictly 21 and up, and there's a reason why. Flo comes to life as a full fledged lounge, playing the latest House music until the late hours of the night... Now, let's get to the food. They've got the classics like Penne a la Vodka and Fried Calamari, but what Flo really shines in is their Sushi and Whole Fish Bronzini. We know, we know, it seems unorthodox to have sushi somewhere that's not an authentic sushi spot, but believe us, it was worth it. The Bronzini is cooked to perfection, and falls apart in your mouth so amazingly delicately.
— Give me Astoria
The coffee was the sign of foodie love to come, it was great. The Bloody Mary didn't disappoint either. Now, when I saw the size of the Farmers Breakfast it was an OMG moment. The platter is so huge, you can probably feed a family of four with it. On taste the flavors exploded on my palette, the blend of all these super fresh ingredients was of foodie love heaven. The flavors, the ingredients all coming together at the same time cause me to slow up my brunch intake OMG it was delicious!
— The Brunchonian NYC
The menu at Flo Lounge Restaurant of Astoria is eclectic, including everything from spinach pie to sushi to marinated skirt steak, from the Mediterranean branzino to the 16-ounce rib-eye steak. And there is a pasta menu which includes classics such as penne a la vodka and simple customer favorites, such as the cappelini.
The drink menu at Flo Lounge Restaurant presents martinis, sangria and classic cocktails. My favorites include the Pai Mei martini or the “It’s 5 O’clock Somewhere,” which combines coconut rum, pineapple juice, a touch of blue curacao and fresh lemon juice. If you’re searching for something fruity, order the Havana Mistress – raspberry rum, muddled fresh strawberries, lime and mint.
— Queens Courier
If you love dining in a sexy ambiance with amazing food and excellent service, then this Queens hot spot will be your new go to restaurant. Flo Lounge Restaurant is Astoria’s premiere destination offering international cuisine influenced from Europe and Asia. From sushi to steak, to speciality sandwiches and pasta, Flo offers various dining options to please all palates. This is the perfect place for summer outdoor dining, a romantic date night or a night out with friends.
— The Hot Zone USA
One of Astoria's go-to brunch spots, Flo Lounge Restaurant on 30th Avenue, would be a great place to start. Most of us have probably enjoyed dinner or drinks inside Flo's spacious dining room or in their romantic and intimate back lounge. Do yourself a favor and try Flo's brunch selections. For all you late risers out there, brunch is served until 4 PM on weekends. At around $13, Flo's prix-fix brunch is a real appetite tempting bargain, which includes a choice of sangria, mimosa, bloody mary or champagne.