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Rancho Jubilee
Washington Heights
Though its aesthetics may seem at odds with itself—El Rancho Jubilee looks like an ode to the cowboy (saddle seats, straw ceiling, barn-wood paneling) set inside a D.R. fish shack—there’s nothing confused about the food: fantastic fresh seafood like excellent cazuela de mariscos in a spicy, creamy sauce; rich but well-balanced shrimp-stuffed plantains; and perfectly cooked whole red snapper. If carne is preferred, in addition to a large choice of steaks, goat, guinea hen and rabbit deliver on that island vibe. So, relax, take your time, and loosen a few buttons. For a night at least, you’re on vacation.
Venue name: Rancho Jubilee (CLOSED)
Contact:
Address: 10 Hillside Ave
New York
10040
Cross street: between Nagle Ave and Bogardus Pl
Opening hours: Mon–Fri 7am–2am; Sat–Sun 24 hours
Transport: Subway: 1 to 190th St
Price: Average main course: $20. Amex, DC, Disc, MC, V
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