Poco is a loud, crowded, and fun spot for party time brunch. Thirty dollars will get you an entree, plus unlimited mimosas, Bloody Marys, and sangria. You probably aren’t coming here for the food, but the Latin twists on brunch basics will get the job done. Take note: it’s cash only.
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Brindle Room exemplifies amateur hour. Inedible food, sad decor, and the dishes took eons to reach our plates.
If you need a quick snack in the East Village, try Dokodemo. It’s a counter-service spot with Japanese street food like yakisoba and okonomiyaki.
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KM1 is a casual Caribbean restaurant in the East Village with a menu of Dominican dishes and a nice outdoor seating area.
Malecon is a Dominican spot in Washington Heights that specializes in rotisserie chicken.
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