Día de Los Muertos: Mexican Cuisine in the Bronx

New York is a world city where you can get a feel for dozens of cultures without even leaving your borough. After all,  the  7 train subway line that runs from Manhattan’s Westside to Queens is known as the “International Express.” When people think of the Mexican diaspora in New York, they typically think of  Jackson Heights and Corona in Queens, Sunset Park in Brooklyn, and perhaps East Harlem in Manhattan. The least obvious place may be the Bronx, but that’s where a rapidly growing Mexican population is flourishing.

Feeling festive at Mexicozina's 149th St. location

Feeling festive at Mexicozina’s 149th St. location

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