10 "Venezuelan" Restaurants in New York.
Patacon Pisao is a counter-service Venezuelan spot in Elmhurst that has a few locations around NYC.
La Ñapa is a Venezuelan tapas spot in Crown Heights that’s great for dinner dates or brunch when you’re not in the mood for pancakes.
This is the Inwood location of Cachapas y Mas, a Venezuelan that makes the best patacon in NYC.
The original location of Patacon Pisao in Inwood serves great fried plantain sandwiches out of a food truck.
Caracas Arepa Bar serves really good arepas and frozen drinks on the boardwalk at Rockaway Beach.
If you’re in Astoria and you’re looking for some arepas, empanadas, and possibly a pitcher of sangria, try Arepas Cafe.
Patacon Pisao is a tiny spot on the LES serving Venezuelan street food such as patacons (sandwiches with plantain discs in place of bread).
The Williamsburg outpost of Caracas Arepa Bar has a rum bar attached and lots of outdoor seating.