Wednesday, October 14, 2009


Found this bit in Florence Fabricant's section in the Dining Out section of the Times today. Can't wait to check it out:

An argument for Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s Broadway seating areas can be found from 24th to 25th Streets across Fifth Avenue from Madison Square Park. A collection of temporary food stalls has been set up to complement clothing and accessory kiosks along the western side of the park. Having chairs and tables makes lunches or snacks of freshly cooked food, with cider, wine or beer, all the more enjoyable.

NOSH AROUND THE WORLD Sample Southeast Asia (Fatty Crab sliders, sausages, satays), Mexico (Cabrito tacos), France (Suzette sweet and savory crepes), Belgium (Wafels & Dinges), Denmark (Viking meatballs and ebelskivers), Texas (Hill Country barbecue), the Hudson Valley (Breezy Hill Orchards cider and doughnuts) and the East Village (Butter Lane cupcakes).

The food and drinks are $3 to $8 a portion. The stalls are open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. through Nov. 1. On Nov. 22, some will move to Union Square.

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