When you’re in Midtown and an overwhelming desire to eat Jamaican escovitch fish comes over you, check out Jasmine’s on West 46th Street. Other than the fish, this new Caribbean restaurant specializes in rum drinks (which are all $15), empanadas, and coconut shrimp. They’re currently offering both outdoor dining and takeout service.
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