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181 Cabrini
854 W 181st St
Washington Heights
212 923 2233
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This unassuming eatery using its location as its name is a hodge-podge of treats for the eyes, mouth and spirits. Go for the eclectic world foods, stay for the art and soft rock music. Should a pick-me-up be in order, their full bar will not disappoint. Order the Cabrini martini three times fast! You will become the master of alliteration.

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Agua Roja Hookah Bar & Lounge
212 Nagle Ave
New York NY
646 559 0440

Need a little (literally) late night (after 10PM) spot in your life? Smoke the hookah and drink cocktails while the DJs play house, hip hop, reggaeton, bachata, salsa and more. Now get out of that fishbowl cocktail and on to the dance floor!

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Altus Café
4325 Broadway
New York, NY
212 928 1367

More like a restaurant and lounge, this Washington Heights eatery delivers pan-world foods from Asia, South America and Europe. Have you got some singing chops? Head over on Monday nights for karaoke, bottle service and free hookah! 

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Buddha Beer Bar
4476 Broadway
646 861 2595

Quiet your beer-bellyaching for a night out! With over 25 beers on tap alone and an Asian kicked food menu featuring wings, burgers, tacos and pizza, a deep relaxing meditation will soon ensue. Namaste day…WAHI

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Garden Café
4961 Broadway
Washington Heights
212 544 9480

Go on; judge this book by its cover! Raised from the ashes of a former garden, this café provides an oasis, both in and out door, from the concrete jungle. Breakfast, lunch or dinner, this family run business has been serving the community since 1967. Stop on in and “grow” with this garden.

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Garden Café
4961 Broadway
New York, NY
212 544 9480

Go on; judge this book by its cover! Raised from the ashes of a former garden, this café provides an oasis, both in and out door, from the concrete jungle. Breakfast, lunch or dinner, this family run business has been serving the community since 1967. Stop on in and “grow” with this garden. WAHI

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Indian Road Café
600 W 218th St #3
Washington Heights
212 942 7451
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Named for its location, not its fare, Indian Road Café sits on the last corner of Manhattan Island. Created by former film production friends, this new American style restaurant interior was designed with reclaimed and refurbished pieces. Go for the fresh, locally sourced and seasonal food and sit at a table formerly of The Sopranos’ set!

 

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Inwood Local
4957 Broadway
Washington Heights
212 544 8900
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Should a long day only be met with the right glass of wine or a pint of perfectly crafted beer, this is the place to be. And while a libation might be your first thought, let your mind continue to run through the menu before your mouth settles on the right food pairing. This will become your haunt!

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Inwood Local
4957 Broadway
212 544 8900

Should a long day only be met with the right glass of wine or a pint of perfectly crafted beer, this is the place to be. And while a libation might be your first thought, let your mind continue to run through the menu before your mouth settles on the right food pairing. This will become your haunt! WAHI

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La Marina
348 Dyckman St
Washington Heights
212-567-6300
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There are few restaurants in Manhattan that sit directly on the waterfront of the Hudson. This is one of the best! Perched at the end of Dyckman Street this 75,000 square foot location can be as social (the beach) or as intimate (private dining) as you want it to be. Dine on the mostly seafood menu or just enjoy a margarita while you watch the sun set behind the George Washington Bridge.

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