Thursday, August 30, 2007



118-23 Guy R. Brewer Blvd.
Jamaica, NY 11434

"Ven y disfruta la mas deliciosa variedad culinaria en un ambiente elegante y acogedor. "

"See and enjoys the delicious culinary variety in a welcoming and elegant environment."

When the metallic silver awning was erected, we knew they were serious about their business. Latin flavored and Dominican-owned D'noche officially opened about a month ago. It used to be a grocery store. They must have spent tens of thousands (to say modestly) on renovations and they made it happen in a short amount of time. Management told us that there are no popular or happening Latin restaurants in this part of South Jamaica. With an attractive exterior and a romantic interior setting, which includes red and black tones, contemporary lighting and three flat screen televisions, we think they'll do just fine.

"Happy Hour" Mondays through Thursdays 5-8PM. Friday night is karaoke and they say it's their biggest night. On Sundays, it's an all day buffet.

Upcoming Event: "Salsa in Jamaica"
Satuday, September 29th - 9PM-3AM
Music by DJ Oscar de la Paz,
playing the best Latin, R&B and classics
$10 in advance, $15 at the door
Rodrigo 646.209.3173
Bill 646.567.7085

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Maxie's, a long time neighborhood icon form the 50's has reopened its doors after almost a year of being closed. The menu is the same jewish pastrami,brisket corn beef and the world famous Maxi Burger special with a little latin( Brazilian) american flavoring added to it. Best bargain this side of not only Jamaica but the borough of Queens.