Should your appetite dip below the equator, count on Voice Places to deliver South American cuisine in New York. Our professional critics and active local diners are your guide to whatâ€™s good, and our searchable restaurant listings make it easy to map out a plan.
Steak is the focus of this casual Argentinean bistro, located on a busy corner of the Lower East Side. In the summer, the floor-to-ceiling windows open up to let in the... More »
Desnuda looks like a typical upscale wine bar, but feels like a night in your stoner friend's basement -- a friend who just happens to have a cooler full of fish, a rack of nice... More »
SOB's (Sounds of Brazil) opened in 1982 and has proven a blessing to the city's lovers of salsa, samba, reggae, Latin alternative, hip-hop, and more. The attractive space offers... More »
Maybe it's a play on the name, or maybe it's just coincidence, but Brazilian restaurant Casa looks just like that: a home. The interiors are well-furnished with lacey... More »
Do you know anyone who regularly eats these overpriced burgers? Yeah, neither do we. Most of us just come to gawk at the jaw-droppingly hot waitstaffathis Union Square... More »
This â??House of Chickenâ?? is one of the premiere Peruvian rotisseries that Queens is famous for, utilitarian places specializing in bargain-priced plates of food so... More »
Started in 1963 by Cuban immigrant Victor Del Corral, Victor's Cafe 52 has bringing quality authentic Cuban cuisine to Midtown for half a century. Victor's sure is... More »
The food and music of Brazil is the focus of this funky Alphabet City spot, although several other South American countries get their due. Walk past the tiny tables set up on... More »
A middle-age couple is here to celebrate some special day, just the two of them. It's a quiet, dignified affair, until the restaurant turns up Kool & the Gang to dancefloor volume, the lights flick on and off, and the whole dining room begins to clap to the beat. Tamy Rofe brings out a dense slice of tres leches cake covered in frosting and leads the crowd, dancing in her heels. Who are...
Nuela is a restaurant in search of an identity. Is it a flashy Latin lounge or a restaurant with serious culinary intentions? Sometimes, it's hard to tell. One night, we sat next to a group of what looked like Jersey Shore extras who got progressively drunker until one girl got up and shrieked at her tablemates at the top of her lungs: "I've got to peeee!" Meanwhile, we were...
There are certain things you expect from a wine bar in the East Village. You expect the twee chandelier, the artfully distressed copper wall, and the small plates on the menu, but you probably don't expect the owner to flop a fake severed leg onto the bar, ask if you've ever had human ceviche, and guffaw, "Tastes like toro!" You might expect the menu to include buzzwords like...
Great selection of Latin American dishes and Mojitos.Read Full Review
Amazing. Love the guacamole with fried plantains and the sangria!!!Read Full Review
Fun, trendy, yet laid back cuban restaurant and bar in meatpacking district.. good food, great music, usually a live salsa band..Read Full Review
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