19 "Dominican" Restaurants in New York.
Mofongo del Valle is one of the best spots for Dominican food in West Harlem.
El Panadero Bakery in Washington Heights is a great stop for breakfast and something sweet.
New York’s best barbecue restaurant doesn’t even have an address. It’s on Instagram. Find it on Saturdays in South Ozone Park, Queens.
Cibao, a Dominican spot on the LES, has been open in the neighborhood for over 40 years. It's one of our go-to spots when we want a great Cubano.
Dominican Cravings in Essex Market serves great patacones, including the amazing breakfast version called “Tres Golpes.”
If you’re looking to spend under $15 on a delicious meal near the Lower East Side, Dominican spot Sandy’s Coffee Shop needs to be on your radar.
El Rinconcito is a Dominican restaurant in the East Village that’s been around for over 20 years and makes some fantastic mofongo.
Rossy’s Bakery is a Dominican cafe in the East Village with cakes, rotating savory meals, and some very good red beans and rice.
This is the UWS location of a Dominican restaurant in Washington Heights where you should be ordering rotisserie chicken.
KM1 is a casual Caribbean restaurant in the East Village with a menu of Dominican dishes and a nice outdoor seating area.
Jelisa’s Cafe is a Dominican bakery on Staten Island where you can stop by for a big plate of pernil or a smoothie.
Puerto Viejo is a neighborhood spot in Crown Heights that serves really good Dominican food.
El Gran Castillo de Jagua is a Dominican spot in Prospect Heights
This is the Inwood location of Elsa La Reina del Chicharron and the chicharron here is worth making a trip for.
La Nueva Espana is a Dominican spot that serves the best grilled chicken in Inwood.