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Washington Heights was once a real melting pot neighborhood, but these days the population is largely Dominican. If you are looking for New York restaurants with Caribbean flair, Washington Heights is the place to start. There's more to the neighborhood than Dominican food, but all the best Dominican restaurants in New York are right here. Use our New York Restaurant search tool to browse eateries in Washington Heights. Sort by price and rating.

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Dominican food is heavy on pork and seafood, and not quite as spicy as the traditional foods from neighboring Caribbean islands. Many of the Dominican restaurants in New York have influences from other islands and Latin America as well. Try the Dominican style roast chicken at El Malecon Restaurant—it's open 24 hours a day, and it's usually packed. For the best sangria in Washington Heights, visit 809 Sangria Bar and Grill. You'll find lots of wallet-friendly New York dining in Washington Heights. Most of the popular Mexican, Latin, and Caribbean restaurants offer modestly-priced meals in cozy digs. Search all of your Washington Heights dining options using our New York Restaurants search tool.

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