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Popular Restaurants near Bronx

If you're a first time visitor to Bronx, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants near Bronx.


What are some good restaurants near Bronx?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants near Bronx.

Gino's Pastry Shop
580 E 187th St Bronx, NY
Zero Otto Nove
2357 Arthur Ave Bronx, NY (718) 220-1027
Madonia Bakery
2348 Arthur Ave Bronx, NY
Cafe Almercato
2331 Hughes Ave NY (718) 364-7681
The Good Dine Restaurant
3922 White Plains Rd NY (718) 325-3463
Pasquale Rigoletto Restaurant
2311 Arthur Ave Bronx County, NY (718) 365-6644
Beans and Vines
4842 Broadway NY, NY (212) 544-2326
Cachapas y Mas
107 Dyckman St New York, NY (212) 304-2224
Patina African Restaurant
823 East 169th Street Bronx, NY
Loretta's Pizza
3276 Layton Ave Bronx County, NY (718) 931-5511
Dubrovnik Restaurant
721 Main St New Rochelle, NY (914) 637-3777
Sylvia's
328 Lenox Ave. New York, NY (212) 996-2669
Corner Social
321 Malcolm X Blvd New York, NY (212) 510-8552
Ginny's Supper Club
310 Malcolm X Blvd New York, NY

Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"We build it that way purposely ;) In the Bronx, I am addicted to Madonia Bakery and Gino's Pastry Shop."  See More

"Can't say Arthur Ave is doing that well these days for Italian food, but I had a good experience at Zero Otto Nove, although they also have a sister location in Manhattan, so not a true Arthur experience I suppose."  See More

"Recently went to Patina African Restaurant and was way impressed."  See More

"Pasquale Rigoletto Restaurant is one of my favorites."  See More

"Head over the nearby Beans and Vines for good eats after or walk the gorgeous for Tyron Park and bring your own snacks to eat along the way."  See More

"Ai Fiori: Trofie Nero (Squid Ink Pasta) Momofuku Ssam Bar: Bo Ssäm Pork Shoulder Meal (must reserve in advance online) Quality Meats: Corn Crème Brûlée Sasabune: Blue Crab Roll Tartinery Nolita: Croque Madame Tartine Laid back spots Absolute Bagels: Bagel with Cream Cheese Cachapas y Mas: Cubano Patacon (Fried Green Plantain Sandwich) Pure Thai Cookhouse: Pork Dry Noodles Num Pang Sandwich Shop: Pork Belly Sandwich Guelaguetza: Taco Guelaguetza (Rice, Egg, Potato Cake, Chorizo, and Rajas) Sullivan Street Bakery: Bianca con Pecorino Pizza Dessert Molly's Cupcakes: The Ron Bennington Cupcake (Chocolate Cake, Peanut Butter Filling, Chocolate Ganache, Crushed Butterscotch Topping) Lula's Sweet Apothecary: Cake Batter Soft Serve Doughnut Plant: Tres Leches Doughnut and Crème Brûlée Doughnut"  See More

"Along those lines, you may want to go uptown and check out the Met's medieval museum, The Cloisters Museum and Gardens Cafeteria."  See More

"I like Dubrovnik Restaurant very much."  See More

"The other is Sylvia's, one of the best places in Harlem for southern comfort food since 1962."  See More

"If you want to explore local food, I'd highly recommend Red Rooster (Red Rooster, lively music and great food), Chez Lucienne (Chez Lucienne, lovely, authentic French food), Sylvia's (Sylvia's, for Soul Food) and Corner Social (Corner Social, the fried chicken and pancakes are really tasty)."  See More

"Check out Ginny's Supper Club for great music and Sylvia's for incredible soul food."  See More

Mentioned in this answer:
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  1. Gino's Pastry Shop
  2. Zero Otto Nove
  3. Madonia Bakery
  4. Cafe Almercato
  5. The Good Dine Restaurant
  6. Pasquale Rigoletto Restaurant
  7. Beans and Vines
  8. Cachapas y Mas
  9. The Cloisters Museum and Gardens Cafeteria
  10. Patina African Restaurant
  11. Loretta's Pizza
  12. Dubrovnik Restaurant
  13. Sylvia's
  14. Corner Social
  15. Ginny's Supper Club
Where can I find out more about Bronx?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Bronx.

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