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Alex's Chimis


Cuisine: Carribean, Latin America - Price: $

258c Centre St, Jamaica Plain-Roslindale

There's no posted menu, so ask for the well-translated takeout menu. The namesake chimi is... READ MORE

El Mondonguito


Cuisine: Latin America - Price: $

221A Dudley St, Boston

This hopping Puerto Rican joint is primarily a neighborhood watering hole, dance hall, and convenience... READ MORE

El Oriental de Cuba


Cuisine: Cuban, Latin America

416 Centre St, Jamaica Plain-Roslindale

The orient in question is Eastern Cuba, inspiring amazing soups, Cubano sandwiches, and red-beans-and-rice to... READ MORE

International Restaurant


Cuisine: International, Carribean, Latin America - Price: $5 to $12

3160 Washington St, Egleston Square

Fabulous food, huge portions, and cheap, too — just get used to thinking of Dominican... READ MORE

La Casa De Pedro


Cuisine: Latin America - Price: $$, $15 to $27

343 Arsenal St, Watertown

A large, fun, and functional restaurant that brings AOR ethnicity o a mall setting, La... READ MORE

La Fogata


Cuisine: Latin America - Price: $

226 Summer St, Boston

This tiny 12-seat counter-service place features Colombian, Venezuelan, and Mexican specialties.Their main attraction is an... READ MORE



Cuisine: Fusion, Latin America

300 Beacon St, East Somerville

Casual Latin fusion cuisine with a focus on traditional regional dishes READ MORE

Orinoco Harvard Square


Cuisine: Latin America

56 JFK St, Cambridge

Third location of the popular chain (also has locations in the South End and Brookline)... READ MORE

Restaurante Montecristo


Cuisine: Latin America

35-36 Central Square, Boston

Friendly service, large portions and tons of flavor mark this East Boston "Mexican" joint. Actually,... READ MORE

Tacos Lupita


Cuisine: Salvadorean, Latin America

13 Elm St, Somerville

Topacio Restaurant


Cuisine: Mexican, Latin America, Salvadorian

120 Meridian Street, Boston



Cuisine: Latin America

57 West Dedham St, Boston

Taking up residence where the recently shuttered Don Ricardo’s once stood can take some comfort... READ MORE

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Bagel Rising

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When Pigs Fly Bakery

With specialty retail outlets in Davis Square and Coolidge Corner, York, Maine–based WHEN PIGS FLY BAKERY produces a couple dozen varieties of slow-baked artisanal breads, mostly

Deep Ellum

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Sunset Grill and Tap

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