A pee wee football huddle would have a hard time squeezing between the green walls of this Jamaican/Haitian restaurant. But Yardie Spice is big when it comes to flavor and hospitality. The marriage of these two cuisines is the result of a literal marriage between a Jamaican mom and Haitian dad—making this a true mom-and-pop spot where the family will give you the full backstory behind Leon’s legumes stew (a vegan mash with cabbage, lentils, and onions served with rice that fills the air with clove and allspice) before sending you off with a slice of coconut rum cake. But you are absolutely ordering the conch fritters here. They’re made with malanga batter, stuffed with scotch bonnet peppers, and stacked like a delicious little ladder.