This Caribbean spot doesn’t feel too beachy - it’s in a dark space across the street from a giant roller coaster - but it’s a good spot for a fun group dinner, especially on the weekends when they have live music. The food, which includes things like BBQ glazed shrimp and curry goat, is packed with spices and is quite affordable - a large portion of jerk chicken with rice, peas, and plantains is less than $10.
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Coney Island Brewing Co.
There isn’t any food at Coney Island Brewing Co., but there’s beer, and you can drink it at one of the many picnic tables on the outdoor patio.
Gargiulo’s is an old-school Italian spot that’s the most formal place to eat in Coney Island.
Grimaldi’s Coal Brick-Oven Pizza
Grimaldi's is a good spot for pizza in Coney Island. (FYI, it's cash-only, and you can't get slices here.)
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Kingston Hall is a vaguely Caribbean-themed bar in the East Village with pool tables, an indoor/outdoor patio, and a decent selection of bar food.
Jasmine’s Caribbean Cuisine
Jasmine’s is a Caribbean restaurant in Midtown with dishes like ackee and saltfish, curry chicken, and rasta pasta.
Trini Breakfast Shed II
Trini Breakfast Shed in Flatbush specializes in bakes, a Caribbean breakfast bread ranging from sada to coconut to floats.
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Miss Lily’s 7A Cafe
Miss Lily’s is basically the Jamaican Cracker Barrel, the way they’re expanding. That’s a good thing. We love Cracker Barrel.
What was once called Rockaway Taco is now called Tacoway Beach. The good news? The fish tacos are still the best in town.
Totonno Pizzeria Napolitana
Legendary thin crust pizza that you should make the trip to Coney Island for.
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