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The city’s markets provide an outlet for curious foodies to get their fix of exotic and artisanal fare. Places like Chelsea Market offer lobster salad (at The Lobster Place), focaccia raisin twists (at Amy’s Bread), and pistachio gelato (at L’Arte del Gelato) all under one roof.
Summer is the best time to take advantage of New York’s markets and food stalls — Madison Square Park is in a food truck frenzy with vendors like Eataly, Momofuku Milk Bar, and Bar Suzette, while the Brooklyn Flea has just added a new food market called Smorgasburg with over 100 food vendors in tow.
On Saturdays, line up at the Sigmund Pretzel Shop and Brooklyn Taco Company stands at the Hester Street Fair. Then subway over to Jackson Heights to dine on dosas at Delhi Palace and try some dim sum at Chinatown’s Oriental Garden.
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