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Best durable Dominican New York 2006 - Los Viejos Amigos

Translating "The Old Pals," this sturdy and well-lit Dominican restaurant seems a throwback to the older, less glamorous Prospect Heights, though the new awning and renovated interior give it a bit of the neighborhood's new glamour. But while the menu at Los Viejos Amigos branches out with steaks and lobster, stick with the homey Dominican dishes, including a wonderful salt-cod salad that arrives dotted with freshly boiled eggs and sweet onions, and a tripe soup that includes everything but the oink, and tastes engagingly of the barnyard.
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