QUEENS — A Greenwich Village eatery specializing in healthy sandwiches and salads is planning to open its new outpost in Kew Gardens.
Eva’s Kitchen will be located at 120-36A Queens Blvd., near the Kew Gardens-Union Turnpike subway station and across the street from Queens Borough Hall, replacing Sundance Café, which was evicted by city marshals last October, according to city documents and a "Coming Soon" sign posted in the shop's window.
The sign also features several Yelp reviews as well as the restaurant's logo and motto — "Eat good, feel good."
According to the eatery's website, Eva's Kitchen offers a variety of sandwiches, salads, “power plates,” fresh juices and shakes, with most items costing between $5 and $13.
The menu includes dishes like a Mediterranean burrito, Greek sandwich wrap, turkey burger pizza style, omelet with spinach, falafel with hummus and heavyweight iron plate, which consists of lentil soup, home-made spinach pie and grilled chicken over brown rice.
Eva’s Kitchen first opened at 11 W Eighth St. in 1978, its website reads.
“Now considered an 8th Street landmark, we have become a regular stop for all kinds of health-conscious New Yorkers, including professional athletes, musicians and artists,” the restaurant also wrote.
Representatives for Eva's Kitchen did not immediately respond to requests for additional details.