Posts Tagged ‘El Malecon’

Remezcla’s Top 10 Places To Grub, Drink & Get Your Hookah On Before & After Aventura’s Reunion Concert @ The United Palace

Remezcla’s Top 10 Places To Grub, Drink & Get Your Hookah On Before & After Aventura’s Reunion Concert @ The United Palace

Uptown is going to be extra lit starting today. Nouveau Bachata super-group, Aventura, begins their month-long residency at the venerable United Palace and Uptown will get more mobbed than usual. Towards that end, the good folks at Remezcla have put together a handy-dandy guide to getting your grub, drink and hookah on before and after […]


Time Travel Tuesdays: Local Stop – Washington Heights – Amid the Hilly Landscape, Hidden Gems | NY Times

Time Travel Tuesdays: Local Stop - Washington Heights - Amid the Hilly Landscape, Hidden Gems | NY Times

By J. DAVID GOODMAN Published: March 25, 2010 Like its famous Little Red Lighthouse, which is tucked under the George Washington Bridge, Washington Heights conceals its treasures almost too well. But whatever the reason for the modesty, this neighborhood of overflowing plates and Latin rhythms opens up with a little bit of investigation, and some […]


The Wine Pairing Challenge – Mofongo at Malecon | The Manhattan Times

By Laura Corrigan Perhaps you’ve had a chance to taste a classic food and wine pairing: Champagne and caviar, Sauvignon Blanc and goat cheese, port and dark chocolate. A successful food and wine pairing can elevate both the wine and the meal, turning your dinner (or lunch or snack) into a heavenly experience. A bad […]


El Malecon – A Dominican Cuisine Machine

El Malecon - A Dominican Cuisine Machine

BY Led Black  (@Led_Black) El Malecon (4141 Broadway at 175th St) is a machine. I mean that in a good way, as in El Malecon is an efficient and delicious Dominican cuisine machine. Great food, great service with a healthy measure of good old Dominican hospitality to match. What more could you ask for? In […]


JUNOT DIAZ WAXES POETIC ON UPTOWN DOMINICAN FOOD

While this is by no means a new article, it originally appeared on Gourmet.com in September 2007, it is a gem as Pulitzer Prize winning author Junot Díaz lovingly and eloquently discusses Dominican food in our neighborhood. He hits up all the great spots and talks about his favorite dishes. This is not to be […]

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