Serving thousands during COVID-19 Pandemic
Seila Herrera purchased Las Palmas Restaurant and Catering in 2016. Her husband Roberto Green joined the business one year later. With a passion for bringing Dominican food
New eateries join familiar options in W20 and house dining reopens with new culinary team members and Covid-prevention protocols.
Las Palmas serves Latin dishes, including build-your-own rice bowls with choices including tropical mango tofu and plantain chips. The menu also offers empanadas and desserts such as caramel flan.
The Launchpad, a collaboration with nonprofit food business incubator CommonWealth Kitchen, is now open inside the Stratton Student Center, serving Korean, Dominican, and Venezuelan food
According to a press release, CommonWealth Kitchen has opened The Launchpad at MIT, which includes three food kiosks inside the MIT student center run by BIPOC and immigrant-owned food businesses.
Owners of Las Palmas, Roberto and Seila Green receive Community Champion Award after donating thousands of meals during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Three new retail dining vendors — BibimBox, Carolicious, and Las Palmas — opened in the Lobdell Dining Hall in the Stratton Student Center Sept. 9.
“We stay true to the Dominican Republic and mangos are popular to the culture… it’s Dominican inspired! "