With white sauce, herby green sauce and hot sauce (which was actually hot), this was a classic “street meat” lunch. It was better than most of the anonymous halal carts on just about every corner of Midtown and Downtown.
The halal food cart at the corner of 86th Street and 5th Avenue has been there for the past three years, but in the past 3 months, some local businesses have been vocal about getting the cart to leave.
State Senator Jose Peralta will introduce legislation this week that would require local health departments to implement a letter-grading system for street vendors, similar to the current restaurant grading system.
Forget the pretzels and hot dogs. New York City’s parks may soon be offering a more diverse selection of foods.
Skip the chains and head for the real deal — typically a restaurant in a Mexican neighborhood, or a cart. Here are our picks for the best tacos in NYC.