Tierra Sana’s Grand Opening

June 24, 2008 at 7:17 am 5 comments

Tierra Sana’s Grand Opening!

FOREST HILLS, NY (June 19, 2008 ) A much-needed health café and lounge, “Tierra Sana” (Healthy Earth) takes great pride in announcing its official grand-opening on Thursday, June 26, 2008. Tierra Sana is located at 100-17 Queens Blvd, Forest Hills, between 67th Ave & 67th Rd. It features natural and organic vegetarian/vegan food with a “Whole Food Fusion” concept that is certified kosher. The motto is “Look Great, Feel Great, Eat Healthy!”

June 26th Agenda: 5 PM – 7 PM: Complimentary wine tasting and appetizers
7:45 PM: Open for dinner

Stephanie Fiallo, President of Tierra Sana, has been a resident of Forest Hills for over 15 years, and is a true believer of a healthy lifestyle. Noticing the lack of nutritional options and a sense of unity in her community, she has dedicated her time and passion into creating and bringing Tierra Sana to life. It was developed to enrich the community with healthy, delicious food and positive energy.

Customers have the privilege of eating a healthy breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch in the heart of Queens. They state how it is no longer necessary to travel into Manhattan, and refer to Tierra Sana as a “Queens gem.” Michael Perlman, Chair of Rego-Forest Preservation Council, explains: “Tierra Sana is a novelty for Forest Hills and nearby Rego Park, and offers a truly unique experience. It has a cozy atmosphere with a fireplace, a plush lounge, juice bar, and a personable staff matched with great service. It features an art gallery where artists can display nature-related pieces, and also offers wireless Internet access. Besides delectable nourishment, the spirit of the community will be preserved and enhanced through on-site and off-site community events, which are in the works.”

With the arrival of the Tribal Kitchen, and an exotic fine dining experience, people now have the unique opportunity to awaken their senses with the incredible flavors and textures of “Neo-Tribal Cuisine.” Chef Armando is an Apache Native American who is surrounded in spirituality and nature, and is a firm believer in green development. His passion is to educate the public about the wisdom of indigenous cultures through his culinary creations.
Innovative dishes overflow with healthy ingredients that support a healthy lifestyle. To start off, Tierra Sana uses natural, unrefined simple and complex carbohydrates that are great for diabetics, weight management, disease prevention, and sustained energy. Also in use are unrefined, cold-pressed and heart-healthy oils which promote healthy circulatory and immune system functions, and protect against free radical damage; the source of aging and disease.

Their commitment is developing green business practices that reduce the impact on the environment. They aspire to this goal through the use of earth-friendly, biodegradable packaging and products, which reduce our carbon footprint and greenhouse gases. Every effort is made to maintain products that are pesticide, hormone, antibiotic, and cruelty-free; supporting a toxic-free lifestyle… by means of what nature intended in our body.


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5 Comments Add your own

  • 1. David Goldbeck  |  June 24, 2008 at 8:53 am

    As a former, long-tirm resident of Forest Hills (graduate of Forest Hills High School and Queens College) and coauthor of a number of vegetarian/wholefoods cookbooks I am very pleased to hear about the opening. We will add the listing to our dining guide “Healthy Highways”.Thanks.

  • 2. Fern Cohen  |  June 25, 2008 at 9:03 am

    I have been to Tierra Sana three times, and I love it! With the astronomic rents on QB, I hope they can stay in business!

  • 3. joe  |  June 26, 2008 at 11:07 am

    Do they serve cheeseburgers?

  • 4. karbeth  |  June 26, 2008 at 11:20 am

    No burgers; just chee.

  • 5. lorraine de mange  |  December 28, 2008 at 2:02 pm

    can you please email me a menu also so you have entertainment at weekends or duribg the week
    thank you


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