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Jackson Heights »

Put those days of overlooking tasty desserts and snacks for sale on the city's streets behind you.

Sheepshead Bay »

Here are the best street fairs to eat, dance, play and people watch at in the upcoming months.

Chelsea »

The resto will dish up sausages, topped with zesty sauces and partnered with traditional sides.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Shanghai street food joint Yaso Tangbao opened Oct. 10.

Astoria »

The bubble tea purveyor will face off against four others for the Vendy Awards' new Street Drinks title.

Yorkville »

The new sidewalk eatery is next door to the butcher shop in an old meat locker.

Crown Heights »

The Trinidadian spot is one of four businesses opening in Crown Heights this month and in the new year.

Union Square »

Kamal Uddin Ahmed says he sells about $350 worth of fruit a day on East 15th Street in Union Square.

Jackson Heights »

The famed cheese-filled cornmeal snacks will be served year-round in a new shop.

Astoria »

Fares "Freddy" Zeideia, of the King of Falafel and Shawarma food carts, is looking to open a restaurant.

Astoria »

Finalists were announced Thursday for the coveted street food title.

New York City »

Food carts are a cornucopia of unhealthy food, but experts say there are healthy options.

Carnegie Hill »

Maoz Vegetarian is serving up falafel from a new kiosk in Central Park's Harlem Meer.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

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 & Theater District »

Midtown's new "Cake vs. Shake" has more in common with the original  "Cake & Shake" cart than just its name.