28 "Washington Heights" Restaurants in New York.
La Dinastia is a classic Chino Latino spot in Washington Heights. Make sure to order some of the awesome fried rice.
Taszo is a laidback coffee shop in Washington Heights that's very easy to spend a whole day at.
Semicolon is a Korean-influenced cafe in Washington Heights with great sandos.
Hilltop Park Alehouse is a Washington Heights pub with great burgers, brunch, and beer.
Buunni Coffee is a great place to grab coffee (and an injera wrap) in Washington Heights.
El Panadero Bakery in Washington Heights is a great stop for breakfast and something sweet.
Native Noodles is a Singaporean spot in Washington Heights that makes great laksa and chili crab.
Mi Paso is a Salvadoran spot in Washington Heights with solid pupusas. Make sure to get one with zanahoria y queso.
La Cabaña Salvadoreña is a solid option for pupusas and platos tipícos in Washington Heights.
Grito is a neighborhood spot in Washington Heights with strong cocktails and some pretty decent Mexican food. Plus, it’s open late.
Carrot Top Pastries is a bakery and cafe that’s been making some of the best carrot cake in NYC since 1979.
Tampopo Ramen is a neighborhood Japanese spot in Washington Heights that has a sake menu you should explore during Happy Hour.
George’s is a small counter-service pizza spot in Washington Heights that serves some very good slices and garlic bread.
Malecon is a Dominican spot in Washington Heights that specializes in rotisserie chicken.