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EVENT: Mad. Sq. Eats (a.k.a. Madison Square Eats Fun Food Pop-Up)

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Red Velvet Ice Cream Sandwich
[1] Beijing street food from Mr. Bing—soon to open a retail location at 152 West 28th Street (photo courtesy Mr. Big). We loved our Peking Duck-inspired rice crêpe. [2] A red velvet ice cream sandwich with cream cheese ice cream from Melt.

 

It’s one of our favorite times of the year in Manhattan: The semi-annual culinary pop-up market, Madison Square Eats, is in Worth Square through October 7th. It’s hosted by Hosted by Urban Space, a foodie vision of wonderful.

The triangular island between Broadway and Fifth Avenue, 24th and 25th Streets, is filled with wonderful things to eat.

The almost-fall air and the leafy view of Madison Square Park across Fifth Avenue create an alfresco dining event that is a choice way to nibble. It’s the same with the spring version.

Regrettably, we were stuffed to the gills after only four kiosks. The solution: Go back tomorrow.

This edition of the market, now in its ninth year, brings global favorites to outdoor dining, with tables and chairs dotting the center of the island. Some vendors have restaurants; others are only available for catering and pop-ups.

  • Amali Mou (Greek cuisine)
  • Bangkok B.A.R. (Thai street food)
  • Bar Suzette Crêperie & Bistro
  • Chingu
  • Domo Taco
  • Gotham Poke (Hawaiian-style chirashi, finally popping up in NYC)
  • Hill Country Barbecue Market
  • Hong Kong Street Cart
  • Ice & Vice (shaved ice sundaes and floats)
  • Inday (Indian inspired cuisine)
  • Jicama “California Street Food”
  • Khao Man Gai NY (Thai)
  • La Sonrisa Empanadas
  • Mayhem & Stout
  • Melt Bakery (ice cream sandwiches)
  • Meltkraft (grilled cheese)
  • Mr. Bing Beijing Street Foods
  • Paella Shack by Barraca
  • Palenque Colombian Cuisine
  • Red Hook Lobster Pound
  • Renegade Lemonade
  • Roberta’s Pizza (fired right in front of you in a big pizza oven)
  • The Cannibal Beer & Butcher (braised meats and beer)
  • The Truffleist
  • Two Tablespoons
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    Don’t eat beforehand, bring cash, and have a great time!

      




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