Named after Ghana's teeming capital, Accra is a newish Bronx restaurant in the Morris Heights section that offers one of the longest steam tables in the borough, crammed with an entire cuisine, plus a corralled back seating area where you're invited to linger and kibbitz with the regulars. Highlights of the steam table include a mash made from dried yam-skin flour called amala, tripe stew, spinach and boiled eggs, and wachey—a casserole of blackeyed peas and rice that, when carried to America by enslaved persons, became the soul-food staple Hoppin' John. 2041 Davidson Avenue, The Bronx, 718-584-8300 (10453)

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2041 Davidson Ave.
New York NY 10453