Unfortunately, I’ll be in out of town this weekend. I’ll be eating at the new Legal Harborside but I’ll be missing the Grub Street Food Festival for the second year in a row. But you have to go! They’ve expanding the space (at the corner of Essex and Hester) to make room for more vendors and the food sounds amazing—rolls from Luke’s Lobster; barbecue from Char No. 4, Daisy Duke’s, and Georgia’s Eastside BBQ; Mexican from Fonda, Mexicue, Dos Toros, and Cascabel; hot dogs from Bark; desserts from Kelvin Natural Slush Co., the Big Gay Ice Cream Truck, Macaron Parlour; and much more. Check out the full list here. And don’t have too much fun without me!
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Posted in News, Restaurants, tagged Bark, Big Gay Ice Cream Truck, Cascabel, Char No. 4, Daisy Duke's, Dos Toros, Fonda, Georgia's Eastside BBQ, Grub Street Food Festival, Hester Street Fair, Kelvin Natural Slush Co., Luke's Lobster, Macaron Parlour, Mexicue on October 18, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in News, Restaurants, tagged beer garden, Brooklyn Farmacy, Coolhaus, Hester Street Fair, Kelvin Natural Slush Co., La Newyorkina, market, National Crab, New Amsterdam Market, P&H Soda, Peels, Pie Corps, Red Hook Lobster Pound, street fair, Taim Mobile, The Lot on Tap, The Taco Truck, Tom Colicchio on June 10, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
Lots to do this weekend!
A) Section 2 of the High Line has arrived, and with it comes Tom Colicchio’s new outdoor bar The Lot on Tap. Located in a parking lot on 30th Street directly beneath the High Line, the Lot will feature domestic wines, local beers, and non-alcoholic sodas as well as a rotating series of food trucks like Coolhaus, Kelvin Natural Slush Co., Red Hook Lobster Pound, Taim Mobile, and The Taco Truck. There’s also a public art installation of inflatable sculptures to take in while you stuff your face.
B) The Hester Street Fair is now open on Sundays for food blowouts! The Sunday Summer Picnics will include new vendors like Peels pastry chef Shuna Lydon, who will be dishing up a Devil’s Food cake frosted with milk-chocolate ganache and topped with vanilla-marshmallow swirl, and Brooklyn Farmacy, selling floats with carrot spice and coconut ice cream. There will also be 25 communal picnic tables, Ping-Pong, badminton, and live music. Sounds like a nice little Sunday!
C) If you have enough time…The New Amsterdam Market started up again last Sunday, and will run most Sundays through December. Go for Maryland crab cakes from National Crab, rhubarb pies from Pie Corps, and ice cream sodas from P&H Soda and La Newyorkina.