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Kitchenette Uptown
1272 Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY 10027
212 531 7600
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Grandma’s hands work this charming country kitchen serving peach pancakes, turkey meatloaf and fluffy mashed potatoes.  Excellent breakfast is served all day long…that is if you make it past the enticing display case of baked goods.

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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 Diagonal
185 St Nicholas Ave
New York
212 418 1220
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Harlem’s first agaveria! If you have to ask what that is, you might not be a tequila lover. No matter, the handcrafted cocktails and the ridiculously crave worthy traditional Mexican food will lure you in. We cannot get enough of the tacos on homemade corn tortillas, guacamole, queso fundito and la autentica margarita among others. Join us there for weekday Happy Hour, 5‐7pm.

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La Fonda Boricua
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169 E 106th St
New York, NY 10029
212 410 7292
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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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La Savane
239 W 116th St
Harlem/10026
(646) 490-4644

La Savane offers a short menu with options assembled from several African countries, including Senegal and Guinea, but its decor, its name, which translates to “the Savannah,” and the majority of its dishes are distinct tributes to Cote d’Ivoire. Come to the small Harlem eatery to practice your French, and be sure to try any stew with peanut or peanut butter on the listed ingredients: It tastes nothing like peanut butter but is fantastically rich. Fried meats, rice, chopped vegetables and plantains make up many of the selections that can hardly be described as adventurous eating—unless you add too much of the super spicy Ivorian hot sauce.

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Lady Lexis Sweets
1931 Madison Ave (124th - 125th Sts)
212 534 0330
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Le Baobab
120 W 116th St
New York, NY 10027
212 864 4700
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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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Le Monde
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2885 Broadway
New York, NY 10027
212 531 3939
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You’ll shout “Viva la France!” as you get your French on at this cool supper bistro serving faves like burger royale, croque monsieur, pommes frites, and moules.

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