The variety is great from pizza to lobster rolls, crawfish fritters, Mexican, ice-cream, French macaroons, as well as beer & wine. Vegetarian options are available at most of the booths.
After taking a look at all the available food stands, we opted for the Red Hook Lobster Pound. I had the BLT Lobster Roll, which came with well done crispy bacon the way I like it and a chipotle apple mayo, which had a nice, mild kick to it.
Although it was good, at $10 it was not filling and we were still hungry, so I headed over to La Sonrisa. La Sonrisa had empanadas at $3 a pop. Sure they had traditional options like pork & beef, but they also had a Coconut Chicken Curry which I decided to try and was not disappointed. Tender, juicy with the flavors of lemongrass and Thai curry, I would have done better getting 3 empanadas, instead of the Lobster Roll.
|Crispy on the Outside, Juicy tender meat on the Inside|
Open daily from 11am-9pm, the weather is getting warmer and usually nice, except for today's torrential storms, it's a great place to go for a bite to eat with a lot of choices. Located on 5th Avenue & 25th street, more details can be found here. If you are going to be visiting NY within the next few weeks, it is a great option to sample the variety NYC has to offer...all in one location!
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