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Bronx Restaurants
 

Dominick’s
2335 Arthur Ave., near Crescent Ave.
718-733-2807
In a quiet residential neighborhood, Dominick’s has heaping plates of Italian food that draw fans from every borough. Long communal tables, no menus, lots of kids, and waiters who simply ask you what you want make this Arthur Avenue mainstay a one-of-a-kind family treat. (I–M)

Jimmy’s City Island
500 City Island Ave., near Beach St.
718-329-2000
Jimmy’s Uptown
2207 Seventh Ave., near 130th St.
212-491-4000
Jimmy’s Downtown
400 E. 57th St., near First Ave.
212-486-6400
Come to the Bronx location and you might even see some of the Yankees at a nearby table, but be sure to dine early before the salsa frenzy starts. Try the yucca fries and giant pork chops or roast chicken. (I–E)

 
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From the Fall 2004 edition of the New York Family Guide
   
   
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