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  • 1. The Cube Inn

    This new eatery on Tarrytown’s Main Street is earning acclaim for their “killer Cuban cuisine” and Taino African, Creole, Spanish, and Caribbean influence. Start off with empanadas (there are many kinds), or the refreshing ceviche. You’ll be tempted to order their classic Cubano, but there are other worthy ham and cheese combos including the Midnight Read more...
  • 2. Hash-o-Nash

  • 3. Massa’ COASTAL

    5. The Green Bowl Cafe

    A go-to for healthy fare in Dutchess County, the eatery is also a must for Latin cuisine. Don't skip out on the arepas! Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • 6. Twins BBQ

    7. Café Con Leche

    Sofrito is the secret-ingredient flavor base for Latin cooking. So, when we found out Café Con Leche made an eight-ounce Sofrito Burger, our mouths were already watering. It’s topped with lettuce, tomatoes, red onions, Swiss, bacon, and a fried egg. Tucked into a dreamy, garlic-buttered brioche bun and smattered with secret sauce, this a burger Read more...

    8. Twisted Soul

    Sure, you could order a pulled pork empanada here. You could also try the corn and goat cheese version, which sandwiches the tangy cheese and sweet corn inside a thick, chewy dough, baked according to Argentinian tradition. Dip it in the chimichurri sauce for the lunch of your dreams. Twisted Soul photo
  • In Lima, Peru, long lines stretched around the block every day at lunchtime for Don Fernando’s famous chicken. These days, you can join the fiercely loyal lunch crowd in Newburgh for one of the plump birds with crisp, salty, mahogany skin that will have you licking your fingers for the rest of the afternoon. Order Read more...
  • 10. Izla

    Unless it’s abuelita’s cooking, Puerto Rican cuisine doesn’t get much better than Izla. The Fishkill restaurant serves Borinquen classics like empanadas, pernil, tostones, and even pasteles, a savory treat typically served only at Christmas. Izla also offers sandwiches and salads, but enticing your sweet tooth with the flan or tres leches is truly where it’s Read more...