17 "Caribbean" Restaurants in New York.
Peppa’s in Prospect Lefferts Gardens is a counter-service Caribbean spot about a block from the park.
Sally Roots does affordable Caribbean/American food in a Bushwick space where you’ll want to hang out.
MCG Grand Cafe is a small Caribbean restaurant in Prospect Lefferts Gardens that serves some good seafood, and works for takeout and delivery.
De Hot Pot is a cash-only Trinidadian spot in Prospect Lefferts Gardens where you can get a great meal for less than $10.
The Food Sermon is a counter-service spot in Crown Heights that serves really good Caribbean-influenced rice bowls.
Berber Street Food is a counter-service spot in the West Village that serves pan-African dishes at lunch and dinner.
Peppa’s is a small counter-service spot in Crown Heights that serves some great jerk chicken.
Footprints Cafe is a Caribbean spot a block off the beach in Coney Island.
Kingston Hall is a vaguely Caribbean-themed bar in the East Village with pool tables, an indoor/outdoor patio, and a decent selection of bar food.
Palo Santo is a Latin/Caribbean restaurant in a Park Slope townhouse with a small backyard.
At Lolo’s you can sit in a backyard in Harlem and drink a rum punch while you eat large quantities of crab, shrimp, or other types of seafood.
Pearl's is a casual Caribbean restaurant in Williamsburg with island-party vibes and a great backyard.
A&A Bake And Doubles does some highly popular (and inexpensive) Trinidadian takeout in Bed-Stuy.