Miss Lily's is a bright, casual Jamacian spot with some of the best chicken in the Village and a bar that is literally a red stripe.
Lunch or dinner, it's one of my new favorite places in the hood. Feels like you've escaped to Jamaica even if it's raining out. The girls who work here are Caribbean goddesses. -Diana
Great cocktails, sexy crowd. Dinner by day, dancehall lounge by night. Feels like the West Indies, a good vibe for sure.
Lobster tacos & coconut cake are to die for. Jamaican corn also pretty amazing (rolled in coconut!). Be warned--no hard liquor, but plenty of good beer and wine cocktails.
Anna Wintour's apt is two doors down from the juice box!
Ginger beer is homemade and kickin'
Jerk Pork Belly Hash for brunch. Damnnnnnnn homeyyyyyyy.
Try Ting, a Jamaican beverage that will leave you feeling Tingy!
I was in nyc for a week and this was the best meal I had. Started with grilled corn with jerk mayo and coconut followed with a generous plate of oxtail stew with rice and beans. Sooooooo good. A++++
The music here is real deal Holyfield. Major fan. Super dope vibe.
The back room is great for groups. But if you're stuck up front, hit the bar and get the cocktail with sake in it. Also, don't forget to check out the little shop of rasta oddities next door.
Chicken Curry Roti and Pink Grapefruit Ting is my jam.
No BS. It's all organic.
All the cool kids hang out here.
CREATETHE GROUP clubhouse.
Shredded beef patties? Divine. Jerk chicken sandwich? Best sandwich of my life. Coming from a West Indian family, I can already say this spot is one of my favorites.
Everyone here is gorgeous. Is this a restaurant or a club?
The Curried Goat & Jerk Chicken are very good.
The jerk corn changed my life.
The slooooow services sure makes it feel like you're in the Caribbean...
An urban island retreat for the fashion set, this Jamaica-inspired hotspot serves up delicious jerk chicken. Bonus: most gorgeous waitstaff you’ve ever laid eyes on.
Skip dinner, as it's mobbed and the service stinks. Instead do lunch at the takeaway spot next door with a fresh juice from Melvin.
Cozy Caribbean style diner, blaring a funky mix of ska, and reggae, and serving up Jamaician Jerk-seasoned staples. Try the corn! —Tanya
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Late night party
Jerk chicken and ox tail. Coconut cake! Yum!
Cod fish fritters are just perfect!!! Don't worry. The jerk chicken is NOT dry and made justt right.
Loved the music!!!!!! 📀
Food- amazing. Waitress- super fun. Hostess- I would consider never coming back because of how rude she was to our group of 7. We all agree.
Jerk chicken is the bomb. Jah-geritas are spicy and delicious. And they play caribbean/jamaican inspired jams for music. Check it out!
The lady at the juice bar is so delightful, about as much personality as a door knob
The food is the best Caribbean I've ever had! The corn is delicious and I had the jerk chicken salad...yummy!
Everything is good here. Go for the corn, stay for the jerk anything.
The oxtail stew is amazing!
Corn is amazingly different- tastebud adventure. Grilled ribs are fantastic. Wash the jerk chicken down with a red stripe, mon...
The staff at the juice bar are always super friendly and take care of all your needs. Love the pb&j shake with blueberry and the jerk chicken roti. Also don't forget about their delicious coffee!!
Screw the jerk chicken N00BS have some curried goat or oxtail with some sorrel and rice and peas for a real authentic experience!!
Love this place! Great food, great people. ;)
The jerk chicken sandwich is awesome -- has cucumbers and carrots like a spicy jerk banh mi. And it comes with a salad.
Let me just say, the food saves this place and don't expect standard portion sizes, the sides are smaller than standard. The service is pleasant but unprofessional.
Oxtail is my favorite :)
The jerk chicken roti is ridiculously good. I'm also going to have to make a trip back for their Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee.
Came here for lunch and had the jerk chicken and oxtail. Both were awesome! Great vibe and music.
Jerk corn: grilled corn on the cob with toasted coconut and garlic-y mayo....
Hellshire style snapper mmm