Much-anticipated joint from brain trust behind Chelsea’s Cafeteria opens glass garage doors at last. Modern interior with enough lumber to show up a Lowe's. Wash down (literally, as palatabil... read more
Rustic high-design interior a natural match for haute Latino street eats. Loungey booths, kitschy wood, ivy-clad back den. Stiff caipirinhas, pisco sours, and fishbowls full of sangria ramp up the ... read more
No, not that yerba buena. Although the minty herb makes appearances in mojitos, ice cream, and jicama salad here. Julian Medina gets creative, spreading his Mexican roots across Pan-Latino tangents... read more
Name means "hopscotch" in Spanish, but no naughty schoolgirls in sight, unfortunately. Instead well-manicured urban-suburban lacrosse mom digs on a still somewhat-dingy LES block. Multi-level, with... 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
Oasis of sophistication on otherwise benighted Inwood block. Pan-Latino with flair, mixes Mexican and Caribbean (809 being the D.R.'s area code). South American-style churrascaria in the front wind... read more
With Beso's demise, unchallenged as the Slope's best in Nuevo Latino. A regular fiesta inside, from the color-splashed walls to tables packed with sangria-slurpin' Slopers. Mouth-watering grilled c... read more
Forego your margarita for a gingerita with your señorita at this creative Latin hotspot. Sleek orange interior and pendant lighting reflects owners' Pratt expertise. Settle into a colorful banquett... read more
Fronts as Mexican, but actually serves South American versions of staples like salsa, enchiladas, and burritos. Hard-shell tacos and nachos. Probably best if you're here to knock back a few margari... read more
Solid new wave Latino on a great, totally no longer scary Alphabet City corner. Warm-weather go-to for outdoor dining and stout caipirinhas. Wood and teal interior casual and engaging. Menu skews t... read more
Overarching decorating principle: Modern Cactus Fusion. Bi-level and well-lit, with non-annoying army of waitresses. Pretty Latin Asian plates of sushi and Mexican, Caesar salad and yam fries. Unde... read more
Sexy, artful Nuevo Latino. Get acquainted with ceviche and yucca fries, tip back some white sangria, and sway to the salsa rhythms. Colorful décor complements menu's bright flavors. Lobster ... read more
One of the city's few Venezuelan spots. Tropical-themed newcomer café with calming sky blue walls and palm trees ideal for curing your mid-winter seasonal affective disorder. Well-versed in delecta... read more
Creole cocina on official PR pride patrol. All day, every day, flags on the ceiling and beneath your glass tabletop shade that mofongo red, white, and blue. Boricua! Scar your vegan girlfriend for ... read more
Hungering for Honduran? Ride-less in Mott Haven? Cheap? Look no further. Two buckeroo pupusas—corn pitas crammed with cheese and pork, fried. Two-fitty spicy burritos, wrapped in extra-thick wheat ... read more
Feeding the hood from cow-feet soup to paella. Broiled Spanish-style steaks. Starchy mofongo. Crisp fried plantains. After a few pitchers of toothachy sangria, décor may actually start to make sens... read more
Papusas. Papusas! Diabolically tasty corn pancakes made even more awesome with chicken, cheese, pork, or bean stuffing. Plenty more on the menu to choose from, check out homemade sour cream on top ... read more
Chill corner spot doesn't try too hard but makes the funky fusion work on your plate. Risotto with tart cherries is a semi-sweet delight, Mexican mole-infused pasta spices up typical Italian eats. ... 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
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