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This quintessential Puerto Rican lunch counter is one of the few vestiges of a Latin restaurant row that once thrived along Chelsea's Eighth Avenue, incorporating many distinguished Puerto Rican, Cuban, and Cuban-Chinese spots. Best entrees in the weekly rotation are beef short ribs, fish escabeche, and, of course, roast pig.
Hearkening back to the Latin neighborhood Chelsea once was, La Taza de Oro ("Cup of Gold") is a Puerto Rican (now with Dominican influences) coffee shop, which means you can get rich and creamy café con leche for a fraction of the price you pay at Starbucks. More important is the menu, shifting daily, of octopus salad, saucy pork chops, tripe soup, paprika-stained chicken, and other wonderful commonplaces of Latin-Caribbean cuisine. 96 Eighth Avenue, 212-243-9946 (10011) More »
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