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From Humble Beginnings
It all started with a way of life inculcated in the family, an impeccable work ethic, and a few years later Caoba is now a dream come true. Caoba Lounge & Bistro is a pioneer in New York’ City’s vibrant and growing scene of authentic local eateries with a Dominican heritage. Their mouth-watering menu consists of traditional Dominican cuisine served with warm hospitality. This gem sits right in your backyard on the eastern edge of Brooklyn. A neighborhood that’s rich in its own history with homes where farms once stood and its many parks like Highland Park, just steps away from the Long Island Railroad’s Atlantic Branch stop at East New York. Caoba got its name from the Spanish word for mahogany, a fine wood native to the Caribbean. Caoba has a solid wood dining area accented with unassuming industrial hints. A classic full-length mahogany bar serves up tropical cocktails including Caoba’s twists on the classics. Seating beyond the bar includes small wooden four-tops, and exceptionally comfortable booths built for small or large groups. This uber-trendy East New York restaurant where everyone takes selfies in the bathroom is seeing major crowds for serving the best churrasco in Brooklyn, as well as other savory options like sweet chili glazed salmon, lobster mac and cheese, truffle fries, and creamy shrimp mofongos. Look forward to toasting to the beginning of summer al fresco. During the warmer months Caoba embraces New York’s legendary brunch culture in their stylish and hip backyard atmosphere serving dishes like cheddar cheese stuffed Belgian waffles with buttermilk marinated chicken, the signature Dominican breakfast known as Tres Golpes, and their powerhouse Toma Ahí burger with bacon, pickled red onions, sweet plantains, topped with a fried egg.