Soul Food restaurants in New York City
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Many claim to cook soul food, but few really do. For those who know the difference, there's M&G Diner, where chefs fry chicken like its an Olympic event and braise their meats more tenderly than most people cradle a child.
Bringing a touch of Little Havana to the West Side, with mojitos, conga drummers and spicy tapas, Son Cubano is a popular after-work and weekend drinking, dining and dancing establishment. Dishes include grilled pulpo with a smoky sauce, plantains and a daily seviche.