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Ethnic eating adventures

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For this week's ethnic eating adventure, we head to Jackson Heights for some seriously gut-busting Mexican fare at Taqueria Coatzingo.
For this week's Ethnic Eating Adventure, we travel to Jackson Heights for Tibetan food at Himalayan Yak.
For today's Ethnic Eating Adventure, we travel to Brighton Beach for some over-the-top Russian seafood.
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For today's Ethnic Eating Adventure, we head out to Elmhurst to experience Indo-Chinese food at Tangra Masala.
For this week's Ethnic Eating Adventure, we hop the ferry out to Staten Island to try Sri Lankan cuisine at Lakruwana in Stapleton.
For this week's ethnic eating adventure, we travel out to Brighton Beach to sample Uighur food at Cafe Kashkar.
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