Uncle Sam's Immigrant Cafe

Uncle Sam's Immigrant Cafe is a nationwide non-profit platform showcasing immigrant restaurateurs in pursuit of their American Dream. Join us in supporting these hard working entrepreneurs while treating yourself to amazing food!

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Grocery Café, Oakland
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 Shwe Dagon Pagoda, Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)  Photo courtesy: Richard Shaw I find it interesting how certain memories from ones’ childhood endure over time.  Living in Calcutta (now Kolkata) as a child, my first entre to […]

Pampanguena Cuisine
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Pampanguena’s homey Filipino food is a gift from Josie Yumul Lively conversation among a group of friends at Pampanguena Filipino restaurant is halted as soon as a huge flat basket, lined with banana leaves and […]

Bollywood Grill Restaurant
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Bollywood Grill is located in a suburban strip mall in Glastonbury, Connecticut. The outside of the restaurant is very nondescript, but, once you step inside, you are treated to the smells, sights and sounds of India. […]

Boca do Brasil Restaurant
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The Las Vegas Valley is dotted with strip malls of all shapes and sizes that seemingly drive the functioning of this metropolis. You’ll see shops lit up as bright as the lights on Fremont Street […]

Pine Island Getaway Cafe
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Take a Voyage Down Pine Island The journey down Pine Island is a sunny scenic route, traversing bridges and palm tree-lined paths, one gets a highlight of Florida’s best attributes. The island is a retreat […]

Cazadores Restaurante Mexicano  
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  THE LOCATION The first thing I noticed when walking into Cazadores was the brightly colored walls. They resembled the vibrant and lively streets of Mexico. The restaurant itself is conveniently located, tucked on the […]

Mandalay Restaurant & Café
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I came upon an opportunity to experience Burmese food for the first time and I was not disappointed. Brief History of Myanmar Myanmar’s government was under the control of the military junta from 1962 to […]

Little Aladdin Restaurant
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The open kitchen is what you first see when you enter the restaurant. You can smell and hear the sound of beef, chicken, or lamb sizzling on the flat top grill. Fresh pastries sit in […]

Rincon de Buenos Aires Restaurant
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Bright neon lights in every conceivable color of the rainbow beckon tourists, vying for every ounce of their limited attention span on the strip.  This is Las Vegas, loud, brash and distinctly unapologetic, a surreal […]

Salvadoreño Restaurant
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  Karlos Ramirez‘s parents had to flee their native El Salvador due to the horrific violence from the country’s 12-year civil war. Miriam and Alfredo knew that the only way to achieve a safer and […]