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La Cocina Boricua Restaurant

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La Cocina Boricua

La Cocina Boricua is an unique dining experience with deeply rooted traditions from our home land Puerto Rico. If you are looking to sit back, relax and enjoy grandma's cooking away from home, then come and experience La Cocina Boricua. The magnificent sounds of our famous salsa artist and the art will make you feel right at home.

Located in the Castle Hill section of the Bronx, La Cocina Boricua is a modern and traditional restaurant specializing in Puertorican Cuisine. It was established to bring you the delicious flavors that lives in all Puerto Rican kitchens both here and back home in Puerto Rico.

It is a great place to meet new people or hang out with old friends. Filled with both modern and historical art the atmosphere is one that will relax and entertain you.

Enjoy the services of a full bar and the famous salsa sounds that make the environment seem like you was back at home on the island.

Come and join us for lunch or dinner.

Our address is:

La Cocina Boricua
2245 Westchester Avenue
Between Castle Hill & Glebe Avenue
Bronx, NY 10462

Hours:

Sunday - Thursday 12:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Friday                     2:00 -   2:00 p.m.
Saturday               12:00 -   2:00 p.m.

For reservations and delivery, please call 347-281-5375, send us an e-mail at LaCocinaBoricua@gmail.com, or visit our website here.

 

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