Kamal Uddin Ahmed says he sells about $350 worth of fruit a day on East 15th Street in Union Square.
The famed cheese-filled cornmeal snacks will be served year-round in a new shop.
Fares "Freddy" Zeideia, of the King of Falafel and Shawarma food carts, is looking to open a restaurant.
Finalists were announced Thursday for the coveted street food title.
Food carts are a cornucopia of unhealthy food, but experts say there are healthy options.
Maoz Vegetarian is serving up falafel from a new kiosk in Central Park's Harlem Meer.
Paty's Tacos, winner of the first-ever hero award at the Vendys, is no longer dishing out tasty Mexican food to its hungry lunchtime followers.
Midtown's new "Cake vs. Shake" has more in common with the original "Cake & Shake" cart than just its name.
Police have been warning food trucks they are no longer welcome on many formerly popular Midtown blocks.
Food vendors say they've been barred from West 52nd and West 51st streets between Sixth and Seventh avenues.
The Vendy Awards, which honors the best street eats, is asking the public to nominate the most heroic vendor.
The tour will feature some of the city's most famous vendors on wheels along Sixth and Seventh avenue.
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