Looking to support Latinx businesses during Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month? Here are 5 spots to visit this week!
590 Grand St
Whether it’s for a late night craving or a lunchtime treat, La Brujeria is a 24/7 taco spot that offers tamales, tacos, entomatadas, enchiladas, and even breakfast platters among other tasty menu items. They also have specially marked vegetarian options available on the menu.
203 Academy St
Rosita’s Yah is a plant-based cafe serving breakfast, lunch, desserts, fresh juices, and smoothies. They’re open 9AM to 7PM Monday through Thursday, 9AM to 3PM on Fridays, and 10AM to 4PM on Sundays.
398 Manila Ave
Kick off your morning with a cup of coffee and a pastry from Hybrid. Aside from an assortment of coffee/espresso drinks, you can also grab breakfast dishes like their Belgium BEC, Egg-in-a-Blanket, or their Crema (creamy porridge with cinnamon and vanilla). They’re open Monday through Saturday from 8AM to 4PM.
1 Duncan Ave
Enjoy a sweet dessert or grab a yummy toast at Crema. Stop by from 9AM to 7PM daily for anything from their Prosciutto Toasts and cortados to a scoop of ice cream and slice of crumb cake. They also offer vegan ice cream, if you’re plant-based and looking for a good scoop!
291 Central Ave
Treat yourself to a Peruvian dinner when you stop by El Gordo on Central Ave. Enjoy anything from a classic ceviche to Tallarin Verde con Bistec. They’re open Wednesday and Thursday from 11AM to 9PM, and Friday through Sunday from 11AM to 10PM