A woman-owned Guyanese-Trinidadian eatery that expanded in 2020, McBean’s is one of those places you pull up to for authentic Caribbean cuisine like oxtail with peas and rice or a Caribbean breakfast standard like ackee and saltfish with ground provisions. This is one of the few fast-casual restaurants on the Junction, so I’d recommend eating in or if you’re taking out, head over to Hillel Plaza for a meal al fresco.
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