64 "Caribbean" Restaurants in New York.
Jam’It Bistro in Red Hook serves delicious Jamaican beef patties and jerk chicken, along with other Caribbean staples.
This Caribbean rooftop spot in the South Bronx has live salsa, palm trees and chandeliers, and a booth made from the back of an old-school Chevy.
If you want traditional Jamaican food in Crown Heights that transports you to Kingston or Ocho Rios, this is the spot.
Culpepper’s is a casual spot for beach-inspired Caribbean classics in Crown Heights.
The Soul Spot serves Southern and Caribbean food in a small counter-service space near Borough Hall in Brooklyn.
Back Home is a classic bakery in Little Caribbean that offers a healthy twist on currants rolls made with whole wheat.
The Hills Lounge in Flatbush serves authentic Guyanese cuisine and with flavors heavily influenced by African, East Indian, and Chinese traditions.
Bake & Things is a Caribbean spot in Flatbush serving curry crab and dumplings and bakes with saltfish.
Trini Breakfast Shed in Flatbush specializes in bakes, a Caribbean breakfast bread ranging from sada to coconut to floats.
Jen’s Roti Shop on Church Ave. is one of the best roti spots in Little Caribbean.
Nostrand Avenue Health Food Store has been serving Brooklyn’s Little Caribbean for 26 years with a $7 lunch veggie burger and fresh juice special.
Footprints is an iconic Caribbean restaurant is a Flatbush culinary institution and the home of rasta pasta.