Southwest Detroit is bordered on the East by 16th Street to Fort Street and the Ambassador Bridge and on the West and South by the city limits of Detroit, sharing boundaries with the cities of Dearborn, Melvindale, Lincoln Park, and River Rouge. The Northern border follows the railroad tracks to the west and West Grand Blvd. and the railroad tracks to the east. Southwest Detroit is best known for Mexicantown, as the Latino population accounts for 57.2 percent of the overall population. Mexicantown consists of a variety of Latino restaurants and shops of diverse cultures including Dominican, Puerto Rican, Mexican, Salvadorian, Cuban, and Costa Rican.