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Sunnyside »

Cemitas El Tigre opened its doors Tuesday at 45-14 48th Ave. serving its signature stuffed sandwiches.

Astoria »

A former street fair vendor, Mighty Balls, opened its brick-and-mortar shop Saturday on 34th Avenue.

Crown Heights »

The new food vendors will be replacing Ramen Burger and Pizza Moto, said Berg'n's co-founder.

Civic Center »

School trays, some of which are made out of styrofoam, will also be switched to compostable material.

Long Island City »

Tasty Theater serves gelée, a gelatin-like dessert that comes in flavors like mango mojito.

Crown Heights »

The popular flea market and food bazaar will set up shop next to newly opened beer hall Berg'n.

Prospect Heights »

The outdoor festival will have 45 vendors, firebreathers, live music and an all-pepper farmers market.

Midtown »

Enjoy an indoor picnic lunch and free performances in Grand Central's Vanderbilt Hall.

Crown Heights »

The new watering hole Berg'n will also host occasional vinyl record sets, its co-creator said.

Roosevelt Island »

Food vendors will take over a renovated Roosevelt Island pier on weekends this summer.

Long Island City »

General Tso'Boy will launch Saturday, serving its signature po'boy-style sandwich.

Civic Center »

Due to a department 'mix-up' there aren't enough renewal permits for street food vendors.

Astoria »

The film studio is partnering with LIC Flea & Food to launch a new market on Sundays beginning in May.

Midtown »

The Vendy-nominated food seller is looking to replace "Betty White," its 1968 Chevy van.

Midtown »

Manhattan's only free-admission ice skating rink returns for the winter.