Bronx Food: Eating Around the 167th & Grand Concourse Stop on The B

The Daily News just posted another one of their ‘Subway Fare’ articles on cool restaurants and eateries focused around subway stations focusing on Bronx food.

This time the News takes us to 167th and Grand Concourse on the B subway line hitting up a bakery, a Dominican restaurant and a Mexican taqueria.

So who did they pick? Bronx food rocks so I’m sure it’s hard to limit to just a few but here goes:

Punto y Coma on 165th near Grant, a Dominican restaurant where you can get a Cuban sandwich, “with an extra thick layer of melty cheese”.

Los Rodriguez Productos Mexicanos a bodega with a kitchen in the back which they claim is the real reason to visit this spot. This one’s located on 166th near Carroll Place.

Cassandra’s Cake Studio is where you go in the area for your Dominican cakes plus an assortment of treats including pastelitos.

Check out the full article for the scoop on these joints over at the Daily News.

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