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13 Places that Prove NYC has a Latino Heartbeat

New York City is packed with SABOR. Dominicans, Cubans, Boricuas, Colombians, Peruvians, Mexicans – you name it, we’re there – coexisting from the tip of Harlem to the last grain of sand on the Rockaway Beach. NYC’s heart beats to the rhythm of salsa, merengue, bachata and punta. These 13 spots prove NYC is, indeed, the Latino capital of the world.

Lucky 7 Tapas Bar

Casa Adela

Camaradas El Barrio

La Sirena Mexican Folk Art

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This jam-packed store in the East Village is as Mexican as a nopal. La Sirena carries arts and crafts from all over Mexico. You can fin altars of the Virgencita de Guadalupe, rosaries, hand-painted glasses, Frida Khalo portraits and Dia de los Muertos figurines.

27 E 3rd St, New York, NY 10003

Café D’Antigua

Bonus: D’Antigua Bar

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La Casa Azul Bookstore

Jackson Heights, aka Little Colombia

Roosevelt Ave.

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When you’re yearning to be in Mexico, or California, there’s a whole avenue filled with food trucks and restaurants selling delicious tacos that will satisfy your wanderlust. 100% Mexican approved!

Bembe

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Tabaré

Caracas Arepa Bar

Havana Alma de Cuba

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Their ropa vieja, plátanos and flan never disappoint. This place has two rooms and they’re always blasting great sounds. Prepare to scream over the music, Cuban style!

94 Christopher St, New York, NY 10014

La Cabaña Salvadoreña

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