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Nearly $29 billion will be available for bars and restaurants nationwide under the Restaurant Revitalization Fund.
"Without adequate relief efforts, New York City's street vendors are forced to continue to work, risking their health and well-being in the process."
'It’s about providing economic opportunities for our city’s smallest businesses and most vulnerable New Yorkers.'
And the winners are...
Pizza, arepas, souvlaki, burmese food, and chicken tikki masala all go head to head for the coveted Vendy's cup.
The cart will operate mornings year-round, serving three different egg-filled tortilla combinations.
Two bills on the state and city level would require health inspections for food trucks and carts to be publicly posted.
It's much more damaging than that Eau du Street Meat scent.
Mark Levine wants to end our long citywide nightmare of antiquated food vendor regulations.
The carts use a safer, alternative fuel instead of propane and come equipped with a full kitchen, sink and solar panels.
The two sides are locked in "a veritable falafel fatwa."
From fresh churned buttermilk and milkshakes in 1896, to 5 cent frankfurters in the 1930s, click through for some street cuisine history.
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