Kew Gardens is a neighborhood located in Queens (part of Queens Community Board 9) bordering Forest Park, Forest Hills, Jamaica and Briarwood.
Kew Gardens is a densely populated residential center and is home to one of the most ethnically and economically diverse populations in the country. Airline personnel also make up a large portion of the neighborhood’s population, thanks to its close proximity to New York’s two largest airports. As a result, Kew Gardens offers a vast array of diverse dining options, including Russian, Indian, Pakistani, Uzbek and Peruvian restaurants serving residents and visitors. Charming Tudor houses and picturesque apartment buildings, plus easy access to Manhattan via the E train make Kew Gardens an attractive location for professionals and commuters.