39 "Latin" Restaurants in New York.
Paloma at Hotel Hendricks serves Central and South American food in an attractive space near Bryant Park.
If you live in Hell’s Kitchen, you’ll appreciate that Empanada Mama never closes.
Pio Pio is a casual Peruvian spot on the UES that makes very good rotisserie chicken.
Restaurante Y Panaderia Guatemalteco is a casual Guatemalan spot in Jersey City where you can get a great meal for under $10.
Colina Cuervo is an all-day cafe in Crown Heights with great Latin-inspired food.
Bocaditos Bistro is a Latin restaurant in Inwood that could work for big group celebrations or a casual date night.
La Casa del Mofongo is a huge restaurant in Inwood that serves more than 30 types of mofongo.
Malecon is a Dominican spot in Washington Heights that specializes in rotisserie chicken.
Floridita is a Cuban spot in Washington Heights that serves one of the best Cubano sandwiches in the city.
Super Pollo is a casual spot in Ridgewood that serves some great roast chicken.
The rotisserie chicken at Pio Pio is one of the best ways you can spend $10 anywhere in the city.
Shukos Somasdiez Guatemala is a food truck in Midtown East where you can get a quick lunch that may or may not involve cut-up hotdogs.
Seba Seba is a Colombian counter-service spot that’s part bakery and part diner.
Havana Cafe is a casual Cuban restaurant in Schuylerville that’s great for brunch or a meal with a group.
Bodega 88 is a small bar on the Upper West Side where every booth has its own TV screen.