Food Truck Central is not an official designation, but on 47th St between Madison & Park, on Park Ave between 47th & 48th St, and across Park Ave towards Lexington, there are about 10 food trucks. That doesn’t even count the Mister Softee and Frozen Yogurt trucks.
Frosty Pooch is a new food truck — for dogs! Created by husband and wife team Angela and Raymond Meyers, the new truck offers cold doggie treats, dog toys and water for your pooch.
One of the newest food trucks to hit our streets is the Mamu Thai Noodle Truck. The owner, Siwat Thitiwatana, got the urge to serve Thai noodles here in his native NYC after visiting family in Thailand, where his uncle owns 3 noodle shops.
The sun’s out, the flowers are blooming, and everyone’s gearing up for the upcoming food festival season. A few of these take advantage of the outdoors and all highlight delicious dishes found around town.
The City Council on Wednesday discussed a proposed bill that would create zones where food trucks cannot operate.
Health & wellness company Canyon Ranch is on a mission to bring healthy eats to New York — they’ve launched a food truck,which is making stops throughout Manhattan on Friday, April 12.
There’s a new food cart splitting its time between Dumbo and Hudson Square called The Steel Cart. The cart is black with a logo of a chef’s knife, and from the look of the cart and the logo, it looked like a place we wanted to check out.
There’s a new food truck in town called Old Traditional Polish Cuisine that serves pierogies, the Eastern European version of stuffed dough.
You don’t see a lot of street food vendors catering to customers for Passover. First of all, many street cart vendors are Arabs. Even though they are in New York, we don’t expect to see them serving matzoh sandwiches during Passover.
Back for its second year, the event billed as the “amusement park” of food, drink and music will hit Prospect Park on May 17.
We certainly wouldn’t call this street food, but it was good. The pork chop wasn’t herb-crusted, it was more like herb-dusted, then grilled. The chop could have used a little less time on the grill, but it was tasty.
You may have heard about the Neapolitan Express pizza truck. They were recently unveiled in a big press conference with Mayor Bloomberg, T. Boone Pickens, and the truck’s owner, Max Crespo. Neapolitan Express was touted as NYC’s first “green” truck, but that’s not entirely true.
A new food cart named Hyderabad popped up recently that splits its time between Midtown and the Financial District. The name is a reference to a city in India where they are from.
Classifying this sandwich is difficult. It can be eaten for breakfast, brunch, lunch or even dessert. We settled on calling it brunch, which is a vague appellation that can be used for almost anything. Toast Monster lists it on their breakfast menu.
We’ve written about Tribeca Taco Truck before, but haven’t tried their burritos yet. This trip called for a carne asada burrito, which cost $8.
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