Where to grab Jamaican Food in New York

posted on June 28th, 2010 by in Jamaican Food

© Very Small Array


The Very Small Array is a 14-element interferometric radio telescope operating between 26 and 36 GHz that is used to study the cosmic microwave background radiation. (Wikipedia)

It is also the name of a blog I enjoy having a look at regularly.

In the past days, the people over at The Very Small Array published a series of »What They Eat Where« in New York City maps.

These maps show

the most common type of restaurant in a ZIP code according to the Village Voice restaurant guide

and serve as a handy guide when it comes to finding a nice Jamaican eatery in Queens, Brooklyn, or the Bronx.