With all the coffee you'll be drinking at the festival we expect you'll be hungry!
So when you're feeling peckish, head to the Street Food Market — the place to be for tasty snacks.
Come and sample a range of gourmet delights from the array of hot and cold street food stalls, including the likes of New York favorite's Bluestone Lane, Sweet Generation, Obica, and Brut Catering.
Here's what they offered last year...
Smashed avocado on lightly toasted multigrain bread with chili flakes & lemon juice
Little sponge cakes coated in chocolate & grated coconut — a traditional gluten-free Australian treat
SIGNATURE COLD-PRESSED JUICES
Kale, spinach, lemon, mint, ginger root, cucumber, apple
Beets, carrot, apple, celery
Pineapple, grapefruit, lime, ginger
Watermelon, cucumber, mint
FUJI APPLE JUICE
Voted 'Best Cupcake in NYC' by the
, Sweet Generation is an artisan
bakery that pairs unique flavors to create
beautiful, hand-crafted pastries. Here's their
2016 NYCF menu...
Sea Salt Valrhona Brownie
Fruity Pebbles Throwback Bar
Blueberry Lemon Muffin
Chocolate Matcha Bread
Banana Walnut Bread
Cheddar Scallion Biscuit
Lemon Lavender Cupcake
Triple Chocolate Cookie
Vanilla Bean, almond and sesame
Obicà, meaning 'here it is' in Neapolitan dialect, brings high quality, fresh, and authentic Italian dining to New York City. Last year they served:
add a side salad or fruit cup
SAN PELLEGRINO DRINKS
SMERALDINA STILL WATER
Sounds good, ay?
Also serving delicious food was Tuck Shop, who hand-make and bake their pies using 100 per cent all natural ingredients.
With flavors like Mac'n'cheese and That Chook Curry (Kaffir lime leaves, galangal, coconut milk, Thai basil and chilies) on the menu, Tuck Shop's pies satisfied even the hungriest of festival goers.