Anatomy of a New York Street Fair

Events, Food & Drink
April 15, 2012 10:12 am

The season has finally arrived: Entire New York avenue blocks are beginning to shut down in every part of the city to accommodate street fairs!

While the location and theme at each New York street fair very much influence which booths you’ll find, there are always a few that remind you that you’re in good old Manhattan. When you’ve spent enough weekends at New York street fairs, you start to see a pattern…

MozzArepas, New York street fairCorn on the Cob, New York street fairFruit smoothies and cut watermelon at the New York street fairFresh-squeezed lemonade at New York street fairThe New York Times at a New York street fair
MozzArepas, New York street fair

MozzArepas are never missing from a street fair, no matter the theme

Corn on the Cob, New York street fair

Corn on the cob can range from the classic, pictured here, to the cheese-and-cumin-coated Mexican version.

Fruit smoothies and cut watermelon at the New York street fair

Cut watermelon is another crowd favorite on a hot day, as is the smoothie and bubble tea stand.

Fresh-squeezed lemonade at New York street fair

And of course, the fresh-squeezed lemonade.

The New York Times at a New York street fair

The New York Times always sets up shop, just in case you'd like to renew your subscription!

Tara for TKGO

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