Another year, another baseball season. As Los Janquis gear up for their Opening Day in the Bronx, fans are getting ready to make their own pilgrimages—and asking where to eat. Even with the Torrisi Boys in town, stadium food leans towards the overpriced. So why not skip the lines—and the $7 Nathan's hot dogs—for a more local plate of Guinean Thiebou Yap or Dominican locrio? Check out our updated list of the best bites around Yankee Stadium, all within a 15 minute walk of the ballpark.
The Full List
- Bate Restaurant African & American Food: Guinean (Mon-Fri, 8 AM to 2 AM; Sat-Sun, 8 AM to 4 AM)
- Fauzia's Heavenly Delights: Jamaican Fusion (Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 2 PM; on weekends her son, Ebrahim, occupies her post. In June, Fauzia can be seen on Governor's Island Fri-Sat)
- Nano Billiards & Cafe: Dominican (lunch specials only; they run out late afternoon)
- African American Restaurant Maryway: Senegalese (Every day, 10 AM to 2 AM)
- Papaye: Ghanaian (Every day; 12 PM to 12 AM)
- The Feeding Tree: Jamaican (Mon-Sat, 8:30 AM to 10 PM; Sun, 10 AM to 8 PM)
- Flava's International Grill: Jamaican and Comfort Food (Sun-Thur, 8 AM to 10 PM; Fri-Sat, 8 AM to 12 AM)
The Feeding Tree accepts major cards. All other restaurants are cash only.
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About the author: Chris Crowley is a former Serious Eats intern and the author of the Bronx Eats column. You can follow him on twitter here, or pay a visit to his new food blog, Sound Bites, over on Wordpress.