35 "Caribbean" Restaurants in New York.
Order some rum punch and curry goat while listening to reggae on the outdoor patio at Imani Caribbean Kitchen in Fort Greene.
KM1 is a casual Caribbean restaurant in the East Village with a menu of Dominican dishes and a nice outdoor seating area.
Koten’s is a Caribbean and American restaurant on Staten Island with a fantastic backyard, late night hours, and lots of drink specials.
Negril is where you should be drinking Jamaican cocktails and eating oxtails in Park Slope.
This casual spot on the LES serves curry goat roti, coconut shrimp bao, and plenty of other Caribbean dishes you want to order tonight.
Errol’s Caribbean bakery makes the best coconut rolls in the neighborhood, and some very good jerk chicken.
Fisherman's Cove is where you should be eating perfectly-charred jerk chicken in Prospect Lefferts Gardens.
The Flatbush Avenue location of CJ Cafe is one of the best places to get jerk chicken in the area.
Sally’s is a Caribbean spot in Bed-Stuy where you should get dinner or drinks someone who’s cooler than you.
Mo’s Original is an affordable ramen spot in Prospect Lefferts Gardens with smoked jerk meats that will make you wish you had a smoker of your own.
Harry’s Daughter is a Caribbean spot in Jersey City where you should get brunch or dinner with a group.
Gloria’s is our favorite spot to get Trinidadian food in the city.
Ital Kitchen is a vegan spot in Crown Heights where you can pretend you're vacationing in the French West Indies.
Trinidad Golden Place is a cash-only Trinidadian bakery in Crown Heights that makes incredible pastries, massive roti, and Chinese-American dishes.
Tamra Teahouse is a casual cafe in Crown Heights that makes very good Asian and African mashup dishes.