New York’s attractions are as multicultural as its inhabitants. From dance clubs to museums, cultural centers to restaurants, the local Latin American community has made its mark on Manhattan. Here, the Culture Trip profiles ten Latin American restaurants that you’ll just love.
Catering to a loyal foodie following for over 20 years, New York’s famous ‘Arepa Lady’ has traded her curbside kitchen for a brick-and-mortar business in Queens. At Arepa Lady 2, the corn cake–slinging superstar continues to delight with Colombian chorizo, patacon pisao, and, of course, New York’s favorite arepa.