What really caught our attention was the Plantini, which ranges in price from $8-$10, depending upon whether you get a chicken, burger or steak plantini. So what exactly is a plantini?
One of the newer food trucks to venture into midtown is Mr. Nice Guy. They have been in business about 6 months, but started out serving in Upper Manhattan & The Bronx.
Katz & Dogs opened recently with both a food truck and a food cart, and on the side of the cart it says “The Pastrami Cart.” Who are we to turn down one of our favorite foods, a pastrami sandwich for $10?
We have another new food truck for you this week, and it’s fairly unique. Shanghai Sogo just hit the NYC streets this week, and they serve “Asian tapas.”
This week’s new food truck is called Bo Dillaz. The truck’s name doesn’t offer any clues as to what is on the menu — until you actually see the menu, and discover they serve quesadillas.
Umami Burger is a West Coast favorite — but it now has fans lining up in the city’s West Village. The restaurant recently opened here in the city. TV 10-55’s Alex Denis met with Adam Fleischman, Umami Burger’s CEO and Founder.
A couple of weeks ago, a new food truck debuted at the AfroPunk Festival in Brooklyn called the Green Radish. We haven’t been able to catch up to it until recently, but finally got there.
The El Paso Truck hit the street recently, and we were able to stop by for a couple of tacos. For our first visit, we had to try the octopus taco for $4. To round things out, we went for a chorizo taco for $3 too.
The 5-spice fries smelled so good, we attacked them first. A small order costs $3.50 and a large order is $5.50. Our regular readers know how much we like 5-spice powder, and to put it on fries was an interesting idea.
Another week, another new food truck! To be fair, Moo Shu Grill is not a brand new truck, but has arisen like a phoenix from the ashes of the Fishing Shrimp Truck.
Through our Mobile Munchies Twitter feed, we’ve been hearing good things about the Egg Tosti from The Steel Cart. Although we usually have only a bagel for breakfast, we do enjoy The Steel Cart’s soups and sandwiches for lunch. Once in a while it’s fun to get breakfast for lunch, too.
This August, spice up your boring brown bag lunch with something more than turkey on whole wheat. From out of the ordinary toppings to crazy combinations, these New York City restaurants are offering creative sandwiches for something interesting between two slices of bread.
Long a staple of the kids menu, mac and cheese in NYC has grown up, thanks to elegant ingredients like gruyere, duck, and lobster. But this comfort food also comes with hot dogs and hamburger, and even plain, for any purists in the audience.
Let’s do lunch. The New York City lunch meeting has evolved over the last several decades, as businessmen and women meet to discuss new ideas, sign contracts or just catch up. Impress your clients and friends at one of these 10 top spots for “power lunching.”
The newest food truck in town is called Wing’n It. They specialize in one thing – chicken wings, and you can have them grilled, baked or fried.