The Sweet Streets of NYC

 

Joyride...the name says it all

 

Sure, the sidewalks of New York City have a reputation for being dirty hard places.  Mean Streets, as Martin Scorsese titled them.  But they do have a lighter side.  As the song goes, “we can trip the light fantastic on the sidewalks of New York.”

If you are thinking global and acting local, then street-level marketing is the place to be.  Feet on the street are hyperlocal.  These entrepreneurs are reinventing the street vendor, creating a new category of post-modernist, post-graduate art installations masquerading as high concept food trucks.

To show the sweeter side of NYC, I’ve compiled a few photos of this new breed of food vendors you’ll encounter clogging up the city streets and crowding the walkways.

 

A Van named Leeuwen

 

 

Who's your edamame?

 

 

Caution: I brake for cupcakes

 

 

A neat treat!

 

 

Street smarts

 

Not quite what people usually mean by a sidewalk cafe…

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