32 "Latin" Restaurants in New York.
ABC Cocina is the Flatiron-located, Latin-inspired sequel to ABC Kitchen, and it’s better than the original.
Café Habana is and always will be one of the coolest (and best) places to eat Cuban food in New York City.
My Cuban Spot is a takeout window in Gowanus that serves really good rice bowls and some of the best sandwiches in Brooklyn.
Xixa is a small restaurant with a big, Mexican-influenced menu. Eat some foie gras al pastor and take pride in your ability to make great decisions.
Lalito is a Mexican-ish spot in Chinatown, with a funky menu and good vibes. Hit it for dinner, or even lunch if you’re on jury duty.
Caracas takes pride in serving the most authentic Venezuelan food in the city. Who are we to disagree? This is by far and away the best Venezuelan restaurant we’ve been to. It’s also the only Venez...
We love La Isla Cuchifritos for the fact that a) it’s cheap and delicious, and b) it sort of feels like you’re grubbing in tropical Puerto Rico rather than not-so-tropical Brooklyn.
A local Infatuation mainstay, Esperanto's got that little something special that that's kept it in heavy rotation since before Ave. C was cool.
Pokito is a tiny bar/restaurant near the Williamsburg bridge serving Asian-Latin mashup food in a highly casual (but still vibey) space.
Reasons to visit Coppelia? It's cheap, it's open 24 hours, and for a diner, it's pretty good. Good enough.
A dimly-lit, well conceived Latin American restaurant in Fort Greene that only lacks one thing - flavor. We want to love Colonia Verde. We just can't taste it.
Boozy brunch has ruined Café Cortadito in the East Village, which was previously one of our favorite Cuban restaurants in NYC.
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.