What better way to kick off the fall than by eating your way through Madison Square Eats? This semi-annual culinary pop-up market is one of NYC's most beloved dining destination. The market brings together the city's most popular eateries and this season, we are delighted to see stellar newcomers along with old favorites. Here is our guide on what not to miss!
Long lines form around Roberta's and with good reason. Coming in from Brooklyn with their mobile wood-fire oven, Roberta's pizzas are one of the best in NYC. Made with great ingredients and served piping hot as pizzas are made to order.
Asiadogs are hot dogs with Asian-inspired toppings like kimchi and sesame slaw. Born from a love of NYC, Asiadog pushes the limits of one of New York’s most popular street foods, adding a personal touch and super fresh ingredients.
A Madison Square Eats favorite is returning after a brief hiatus! Sigmund's serves freshly baked pretzels, dips, signature drinks and pastries. Their soft pretzels are divine; chewy on the outside, tender on the inside and salty with a hint of sweetness.
Hong Kong Street Cart represents the spirit of nightlife, food and culture in Asia. Their stall is serving up delicious street food such as dumplings, pork belly buns, chili salted shrimp, noodles and more.
Red Hook Lobster Pound brings fresh and sustainable seafood straight from the Maine coast to NYC. Their lobster rolls are delicious and a must try.
Doughnuttery makes artisanal miniature doughnuts with unique flavor combination such as lavender- Pistachio and Raspberry-Balsamic. The bite sized doughnuts pair perfectly with a cup of warm apple cider and a signature DoughDip sauce.
Melt Bakery is an innovative ice cream sandwich company. Returning to to Madison Square Eats with their best recipes, Red Velvet Meltcakes + Cream Cheese Ice Cream, Snickerdoodles + Cinnamon Ice Cream and more.
Calexico is serving up fresh, flavorful Cal-Mex food in New York City. They have several locations and carts, and have won many accolades for their food, including a Vendy Award for Best Street Food.
As a newcomer to Madison Square Eats, Delaney Barbecue is serving up Central-Texas style barbecue. The menu consists of BrisketTown's acclaimed BBQ tacos along with a few new creations.
Seoul Lee Korean Barbecue is a fusion between Mexican and Korean food. They are serving up bulgogi, bibimbap, tortilla wraps, tacos and of course, Korean fried chicken.