19 "Washington Heights" Restaurants in New York.
La Cabaña Salvadoreña is a solid option for pupusas and platos tipícos in Washington Heights.
Grito is a neighborhood spot in Washington Heights with strong cocktails and some pretty decent Mexican food. Plus, it’s open late.
Carrot Top Pastries is a bakery and cafe that’s been making some of the best carrot cake in NYC since 1979.
Tampopo Ramen is a neighborhood Japanese spot in Washington Heights that has a sake menu you should explore during Happy Hour.
George’s is a small counter-service pizza spot in Washington Heights that serves some very good slices and garlic bread.
Malecon is a Dominican spot in Washington Heights that specializes in rotisserie chicken.
The Trie Cafe is an outdoor cafe in a courtyard at The Cloisters that’s a good spot for a glass of wine in between museum exhibits.
Burger Heights is a counter-service spot in Washington Heights that has some vegetarian options and sidewalk-seating.
Bodega Pizza is a great spot to bring a group for personal pies and beer in Washington Heights.
If you just want some good, quick tacos in Washington Heights, check out Tacos El Paisa. And get at least one chorizo taco.
Tasty Deli has been a serious takeout operation in Washington Heights since 1957 and the cold cut sandwiches here are worth making a trip for.
Elsa La Reina Del Chicharron is a neighborhood Dominican spot where you can eat your weight in very good chicharron.
The Pandering Pig is an extremely charming (and very small) French place in Washington Heights. Bring a date, and eat some coq au vin.
Sushi Yu is a neighborhood sushi spot in Washington Heights that’s perfect for when you’d like to eat some raw fish in your gym clothes.
If you’re going out with a group or you just want to eat a solid plate of mofongo in Washington Heights, check out La Casa del Mofongo.