NYC, street food city

Giulia Dedionigi

NEW YORK From clouds to roads. The great New York restaurants that inhabited the top floors of skyscrapers, now complicit in the crisis, return with their feet on the ground. And they do it with four wheels. The revolution of street food has begun. Great chefs have decided to start their own business and, without paying the rent, sell food design masterpieces such as necessary hot dogs and peanuts. All you need is a license and a website to register your tour and avoid the hunt for the food truck, the highly recognisable vintage trucks, now refurbished. Yogo, yoghurt on the go, is fuchsia with white polka dots, runs around Soho and the trendiest neighbourhoods; Treats Truck is a real pastry shop with a motor, but Cupcakes Stop isn’t a joke either. For the most refined palates there is a must: Dessert Truck, a legend tells that the driver-chefs even worked at the Le Cirque restaurant. Other than sandwich. Beautiful to look at, good and quick to eat. Warning: they are addictive!

And then, if you want a break from all this street food, the web offers a thousand ideas for many fabulous snacks you can do at home. As our heart is Italian, we suggest you to do some ice cream yourself and try this recipe.

P.S. To find out more, here is a guide on the best New York food trucks: New York Street Food – The Best Street Food in New York and Beyond.


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