7 places to eat next time you’re in the Bronx

The Bronx is a thriving borough, minutes from Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens. It has its own history and culture of hip hop with things to do. If you live in the Bronx or considering moving there, then here are 7 places to eat when there.

Travesias Latin Fusion Cuisine

 

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Near the shore of Throgs Neck is the creative Latin-fusion eatery. Travesias serves brunch, cocktails, and good vibes. They twist seafood (such as salmon, calamari, and lobster) and Latin cuisine for a truly unique experience. The travel-themed decor will draw you in and the food will have you coming back for more.

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Johnny’s Reef

 

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This is a popular, cash-only, seafood shack on the tip of City Island. Since 1950, Johnny’s has counter-served seafood, scallops, and frog legs to a barrage of customers. Their signature pina colada and tartar sauce keep guests coming back for more.

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Zero Otto Nove

 

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Zero Otto Nove has three locations: the Bronx, Manhattan, and Westchester. This traditional southern Italian restaurant serves butternut squash, brick oven pizza, and short ribs. It’s a warm, wood-accented setting with friendly staff and a romantic dining experience after you visit the New York Botanical Garden.

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Taqueria Tlaxcalli

 

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A small unfussy Mexican joint serving traditional and specialty items. Their menu consists of burritos, nachos, tostadas, tacos, enchiladas, and fajitas. In addition to food, they also serve drinks such as homemade flavored water, limeade or pineapple-aide, or fresh orange juice. Dine-in, get it to go, or have it delivered.

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Antonio’s Trattoria

 

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An Italian restaurant known for its brick-oven thin-crust pies, veal, cannoli, clams, short ribs, cheesecake, and chicken parmesan. They’re near the New York Botanical Garden but have the option for delivery. In 2019, it was rated as the “Top 100 Best Restaurants in NYC” by Yelp.

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Havana Café

 

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This restaurant has two locations close to one another, one at 3151 E Tremont Ave and the other 1247 Castle Hill Ave. Their top selections are empanadas, the Ropa Vieja, the Havana Mojito, and the Cubano Sandwich. Each location has a different vibe, but they’re close enough to one another to go to one then the next if you desire.

Cơm Tấm Ninh Kiều

 

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Vietnamese fare with an emphasis on banh mi, pho, and rice noodle dishes. They also serve pork chops, hot wings, and iced coffee. Don’t let the rundown sign outside fool you, they’ve recently done renovations and now take credit cards. Have it delivered, too.

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