Bar and restaurant arm of casual Seattle clothier. Yacht Rock, but in the most contemporary way. Caribbean vibes off white walls, slatted ceilings, tropical plants. Ground-floor Marlin Bar all yo h... read more
De tal palo, tal astilla. Ralph Mercado III follows in father's footsteps, revives legendary Times Square joint. Latin flavor, rhythm aplenty. Mexican and Caribbean accents in the kitchen, menu di... read more
Five Leaves crew puts in sister joint a little ways down the block. Intimate space all about the fresh air, with doors and windows opening up to the street. Distressed surfaces, reclaimed wood, and... read more
Serge Becker 1, Anna Wintour 0. Nightlife superstar and crew win pissing war with Vogue editor, drop vibey Jamaican spot on Houston. Look cribbed from Caribbean greasy spoons, with diner-like molde... read more
Sofrito offshoot brings some seasoning to Tribeca. Gussied up Puerto Rican takes the festive approach. Much rhythm from the speakers, outgoing staff. Traditional eats in refined versions, can't go ... read more
Industrial floor-to-ceiling windows keep it sociable and airy at this Red Hook fave. Venetian chandeliers, wide-planked floors, marble bar work the bourgeois angle. Inventive fruit- and herb-influe... read more
Omigod, it's in the middle of the block, on a side street, in a brownstone! There goes the neighborhood, and here comes a suave, date-worthy, somewhat precious Pan-Latino experience. Named after tr... read more
The second floor dining room sets the island tone with bamboo floors and seashell-lined walls, fit for serving NY savvy Caribbean cuisine. Brunch, lunch and dinner menus include island favorites fr... read more
No longer special, but still a decent enough Cuban spot. Somewhat refined takes on the traditional. Roast pork, oxtail, bacalao. Can't go wrong with shrimp in red, green, or garlic sauce. Namesake ... read more
Popular with locals and the fresh-faced Columbia crowd. New space still petite, but larger than pocket-sized original. Casual BYOB setting for fresh, organic French-Caribbean fare. Chef-owner Marc ... read more
Carib diner inciting visions of crystal blue waters, white sand beaches, teenagers without tan lines. Relive what you can remember of last year’s Dominican vacay over octopi in garlic sauce and lob... read more
Jerk-plus around the way from Ruth’s House. Jamaican stunner offers not only supremely spicy chicken and shrimp, but also velvety goat stew, toothsome oxtail. Daily porridge specials. Banana Tuesda... read more
Popping Puerto Rican. Homestyle done right from arroz con pollo to liver steak. Astounding assortment of mofongo: massive cone of fried plantains, garlic, and choice of protein (pig, crustacean), f... read more
Pricey Puerto Rican at this fine-dining spot in Midtown East. Reserve online for a seat, and a grab a stark-white table and chair in the slightly generic art-filled room for Caribbean $20-$50 entre... read more
Sandy tried to leave some literal watermarks, but riverfront perch ...
Lower-priced Ralph Lauren line defined by distressed Americana. Den...
Restaurant and lounge inspired by early 20th-century music recordin...
For women who love that beach chic look, this spot really does have...
One-stop shopping with great blend of cutting-edge chic and ready-t...