Outfitted in colorful upholstered booths and modern lighting, Negril Village was among the first Caribbean restaurants to bring elevated West Indian dining to New York back in 1979. For this reason, the eatery is known and loved in the tri-state area for setting a scene that reminds so many of home with delicious fare and fête vibes. The sleek and modern backdrop is both elegant yet cozy, fitting for an eatery that stands as living history of West Indian immigrants while providing a space where newcomers commingle. Expect a mishmash of modernized West Indian entrees like jerk chicken & waffles, curry goat empanadas, roti, as well as classics such escovitch fish & festival. Situated in Greenwich Village, the eatery is both in the heart of the action and curates some of its own with live DJs and a whine up atmosphere on the weekends.