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Today, Cantina Rooftop has partnered with the NYS Latino Restaurant Association Food & Emergency Relief Program, World Kitchen & the Red Cross, to prepare 100 meals for the Bronx families, that suffered from the fire on Sunday, January 09, 2022.

The meals were served by Chef Montiel earlier today at Monroe College.

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About Cantina Rooftop

A 4 year-round rooftop oasis with panoramic views of New York City, offers a modern Mexican menu from Chef Saul Montiel and eclectic selection of specialty tequila and mezcal cocktails.

To learn more, please visit here.

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You should know that these were the words shouted out loud by Winston Glynn, an illegal alien, accused of murdering 19-year-old Kristal Byron-Nieves during an armed robbery in a Burger King in New York City, according to news reports.

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