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Indian Road Café
600 W 218th St, #3
212 942 7451

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! WAHI

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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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Kenny Bakery
126A Dyckman St
New York, NY
212 569 8414

You need authentic Dominican pastries and sweets in your life? This is the spot for it. Yes, they have muffins. Yes, they have pastries. Yes, they have breads. However, dig into some pan de agua or some flan or a couple pastels with a café con leche. Si!

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Kismat Indian Restaurant
603 Fort Washington Ave
New York, NY
212 795 8633

Party with paratha! Tango with tandoori! Mix it up with masala! Salute the samosa! You get the picture; the frame is your neighborhood. Eat in, take out, order in, Kismat has been serving upper Manhattan since 1984. Come taste a bit of history.

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La Casa del Mofongo
1447 St. Nicholas Ave
Washington Heights
212 740 1200

Picture it: a house made of monfongo…walls made of garlic and mashed green plantain and each room a different savory addition like a chicharon bathroom, a bacalao bedroom and a pernil living room. No? Well, venture over to the real La Casa del Mofongo and take your pick, or one of the other menu items. The dream is real!

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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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Le Chéile
839 W 181st St
Washington Heights
212 740 3111
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Le Chéile is a Gaelic phrase meaning “together” and, together, there is no place you’d rather be than this traditional Irish pub perched within a stones throw of the George Washington Bridge. Craving bangers and mash? Come here. Need a Sheppard’s pie to warm your cockles? Come here. Fish and chips? Irish stew? You know what to do!

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Locksmith Wine & Burger Bar
4463 Broadway
Washington Heights
212 304 9463

If you are a burger connoisseur or simply just need to get your weight up for a walk around nearby Fort Tryon Park, Locksmith has an open door for you. Stroll on in and get a burger and wine or cocktail for a reasonable price. That’s good, easy living in your neighborhood.

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Lolo’s Seafood Shack
303 W 116th St
New York, NY
646 649 3356
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Lolo’s might be the new kid on the block, but, man, do you want to be invited over for dinner! And you are every night (except Monday). Try one of their seafood steampots or sandwiches using housemade bread called ‘bake’. Add the lot of housemade condiments while you unconsciously sway your hips from left to right to the sounds of reggae music before doing your “happy food dance”.

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