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El Castillo de Jagua is Open For Business!

For some reason, people on Facebook are sharing a four year-old story about the temporary closure of the Grand Street location of El Castillo de Jagua.

El Castillo de Jagua Open For Business After Being Closed by Health Department

El Castillo de Jagua at 521 Grand Street is back open today after being closed down by the Department of Health last week.  The restaurant received 38 violation points in an inspection on Friday.  There's a "grade pending" placard...

Health Department Closes El Castillo De Jagua on Grand Street

El Castillo, de Jagua, the Dominican restaurant at 521 Grand Street, was shuttered by the Department of Health yesterday.  A yellow notice on the window this afternoon reads, "Closed by Order of the Commissioner of Health and Mental Hygiene." ...

JP’s Food Adventures: Where to Eat a Cubano

The Cuban sandwich has been a neighborhood staple for decades. While Cuban expats in Florida take credit for its creation, Puerto Rican and Dominican diners and luncheonettes have been the bastions of this delicacy here. Variations have even made...

Food Wire: El Castillo de Jagua, Doughnuts, Dufresne, Mulberry Street Bar and Bartenders’ Battle

In post-weekend food news around the neighborhood: New York Magazine explains how wd-50’s Wylie Dufresne invented an edible eggshell. Serious Eats likes the cubano sandwich at El Castillo de Jagua and weighs in on the city’s best doughnuts, including neighborhood faves...
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“Clayton Patterson’s Front Door: Residents and Writers” pops up on the LES

Longtime Lower East Side resident, photographer and community culture czar Clayton Patterson has a show opening tomorrow as part...
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