Yonkers Arts Weekend Special: $7.00Main Course: Chicken w. Rice and beansBeverage: Can of soda
Address: 508 South Broadway,
This popular restaurant is owned by a family that originated in Santiago, Dominican Republic.They had first restaurant in the Bronx and then brought the flavors of their home in Santiago, Dominican Republic to Yonkers South Broadway. One specialty called Tres golpes is a plate with Mango, eggs, fried cheese, and salami and is a dish that is eaten by the Island’s rural residents to fill their stomachs before heading to work.
Hours: Mon-Sat: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm Sun: 10:00 am - 8:30 pm
El Ranchero Mexican Restaurant
Yonkers Arts Weekend Special: $15.00 + tax
Main Course: Steak or Chicken Mexican Style
Dessert: Fruit Salad
Location: 350C South Broadway
This new-to-Yonkers South Broadway, family-owned restaurant is the inspiration of Misael and his brother in law Thomas—and the generations before them. When the owners go to see their mothers and grandparents in El Estado de Puebla, México, they always bring new recipes back. One specialty Chilacyotes de pollo blends flavors of a certain kind of pumpkin with chicken. And then there is the huge Taco Placero that is filled with meat, jalepenos, French fries and rice with chile releno, chile poblano and peppers on top. So big!
Hours: Seven Days a Week: 7:00 am - 11:30 pm
Frida's Taco Deli & Grill
Yonkers Arts Weekend Special: $13.95 + tax 2 Hardshell Tacos, 1 Quesadilla, 2 Enchiladas with Guacamole and Rice and Beans
Address: 405 South Broadway
Frida's Tacos is owned by brothers who bring the Taco varieties and specialties from their family’s ancestral home in Ilamacingo Estado de Puebla, México. The flavors of this family and region are featured in dishes such as the Taco Arabe and Taco al Pasto. Some of their other special dishes include Tostada de Pata and Aguas Frescas, as well as vegetarian options of Tamal de Elote and Chiles Rellenos.
Something not so spicey is the Adovo de Puerco en chile guajillo which is a typical dish in Mexico that uses the dried form of Mirasol Chili, a variety of chile pepper that is considered to be medium/mild. These chile peppers are also sometimes used to make the salsa for tamales. Their dried fruits are seeded, soaked, pulverized to a thin paste, and then cooked with salt.This small storefront eatery is decorated with a mural of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, the restaurant's inspiration.
Hours: Seven Days a Week: 8:00 am - 11:00 pm
Fonda 5 de Mayo
Yonkers Arts Weekend Special: $10.00
Main Course: 3 Soft Tacos
Dessert: Fruit Cocktail
Beverage: Mexican soda
Address: 427 South Broadway
This family-owned restaurant is named after the hometown-- Tehuitzingo 5 de mayo, México-- of owner Heleodora who was inspired to open up a restaurant after selling SOPES in a local park. She wanted a place where people would be able to sit down and enjoy her food. Her “Huaraches” are a handmade Mexican dish consisting of masa (corn) dough in the shape of the popular huarache type shoe.
Hours: Seven days a week : 8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Hala International Food
Yonkers Art Weekend Specials:
10% discount on all loose Pickles, Nuts
10% discount on Nablus Olive Oil 93oz (Regular price $17.99)
$1.00 off Pitted Dates (Regular Price $5.99)
Address: 322-324 South Broadway
This Mediterranean gourmet supermarket has been serving Yonkers South Broadway and Westchester NY since 1990. Featuring Fresh Halal meat daily, nuts, dry fruits, natural food, pickles, olives, pita, baklava and more. Owner Muhammad Abdallah worked in his cousin’s family grocery in Amman, Jordan and was inspired to open up his own shop when he came to the USA. Originally, he sold only a few types of nuts. As demand grew, the variety of nuts and items for sale increased. Hala has customers from many ethnic backgrounds and from all over the world who regularly visit this interesting South Broadway store for their many fresh Middle Eastern specialties.
Hours: Mon-Saturday: 9:00 am - 10:00 pm Sun: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
La Pupusa Loca
Yonkers Arts Weekend Special: $16.95 + tax Entrée: Regular Salad with Can of Soda Main Course:Pepper Steak or Chicken over Rice Dessert: Flan Beverage:Can of Soda
Address: 285 South Broadway
Owner Sara’s mother always sold food in her hometown of Paisnal, El Salvador and she grew up learning her mother’s business. Sara opened up her first restaurant on South Broadway with a family member in 1996 and, later, on her own, expanded the business to the current spacious location.
A signature dish, Papusa Mixtes features masa tortillas filled with cheese paired with a pickled cabbage relish. The satisfying main courses served at lunch and dinner include Salvadoran flavors in a sautéed chicken with pepper and onions, salted beefsteak, broiled pork steak in tomato sauce, or red snapper with onions. Order one of 17 shake and fresh fruit drinks. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served daily and there is a regular weekday lunch buffet special.
Hours: Mon-Thursday: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm Fri, Sat, Sun: 10:00 am - 11:00 pm
Yonkers Arts Weekend Special: $16.95 + tax Entrée: Regular Salad Main Course: Fajitas Mixtas or Nely's Special Dessert:Pastry Cake Beverage: Mexican Soda
Address: 180 South Broadway
As a young girl, Owner andChef Olivia was inspired by her own mother who always cooked new specials at home in San Martin Tepetlixpan Cuautitlan Izcalli México. Named for daughter Nely, the restaurant features a Mole Poblano whose sauce has a special flavors from this area in Mexico. Nely’s serves choices such as the sizeable Mexican breakfast or Pambazos that feature Mexican sausage, potato, lettuce, sour cream, cheese or Pozole that is a little bit spicey or the Enchilades Potosinas that have vegetables inside.
Hours: Mon, Wed, Thurs: 8:00 am - 10:00 pm Tue: Closed Fri, Sat, Sun: 8:00 am - 11:00 pm
Paleteria La Michoacana
Yonkers Arts Weekend Special: 25¢ Off of all Ice Pops + Ice Cream
Address: 407 South Broadway
Owner Juan is a member of the family from Michoacán, México that created Mexico’s now famous brand of Paletas, ice pops, and ice cream. The brand is now in from 8-15 thousand shops throughout Mexico. Juan opened here in the USA on South Broadway and with his children greets the crowds from all over that line up out the door in every season. The specialties here are the Homemade 100% fruit pops that you can get with either a water-base or cream-base. The flavors of the ice pops, ice cream and drinks are fresh and rich with fruits—from coconut to strawberry to guava and mamey, also known as mamey saposa, the orange colored, oval-shaped tropical fruit native to Central America and popular in Latin cuisine.
Hours: Seven Days a week: 10:30 am - 9:00 pm
Yonkers Arts Weekend Special: $2.50 Slice of Tres Leches Cake with a cup of coffee
Address: 456 A South Broadway
At the Orea Family’s Sin Dulce bakery on South Broadway, where the parents work with their three daughters, you will find traditional delicacies such as Mexican bread baked fresh daily, cakes frosted in true butter cream, Tres Leches (3-milk Mexican cake), an assortment of beautiful traditional cookies, flautas, tortillas and taco shells. On holidays such as Christmas, Three Kings Day, and Day of the Dead, they bake dozens and dozens of the traditional and special breads and cakes that are part of the celebration. Husband Rodolfo arrived in the USA from Tlaxcala, Mexico not speaking English. While his children were young, he worked days, learned at night, and, ultimately, earned his degree in Culinary Arts from the New York Restaurant School. With his wife, Maria, he opened their bakery on South Broadway in 2005 bringing authentic Pan Dulce. They have expanded to include a side section that serves traditional Mexican food cooked on the grill. The family is celebrating 13 sweet years on South Broadway and they just expanded to a second store in Port Chester. So, come join them for a bite to eat, coffee and dessert!
Hours: Mon -Sat 6:00 am - 10:00 pm Sun: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm