What to Eat at Mad. Sq. Eats, Running Until May 30 (Slideshow)

The outdoor food market might just the the best lunch spot in the city
Jane Bruce

The folks from Calexico are offering several varieties of tacos, including their delicious Baja-style fried fish one. 

Calexico

Jane Bruce

The folks from Calexico are offering several varieties of tacos, including their delicious Baja-style fried fish one. 

La Sonrisa

Jane Bruce

La Sonrisa is frying empanadas to order; their most popular offering is filled with shredded chicken and green coconut curry. 

Hong Kong Street Cart

Jane Bruce

Hong Kong Street Cart is serving a hearty green mango salad with lemongrass chicken, soba noodles, cashews, and peanuts. 

Mexicue

Jane Bruce

One of the most gut-busting items on offer is the chili-topped macaroni and cheese from Mexicue. 

Mayhem and Stout

Jane Bruce

The braised pulled pork from Mayhem and Stout comes topped with slaw and your choice of four sauces. 

Mimi and Coco

Jane Bruce

These guys are serving Japanese comfort food; opt for the panko crispy seafood platter, with shrimp, oysters, and cod. 

Stuffed Artisan Cannolis

Jane Bruce

These cannolis are filled with some truly creative flavors, including peanut butter and jelly. 

Red Hook Lobster Pound

Jane Bruce

The owners of the legendary food truck have laid (temporary) roots here, and are serving both their hot and cold lobster rolls.

Sigmund’s Pretzels

Jane Bruce

Sigmund’s is serving all their classic pretzels, including the best-selling truffle cheddar pretzel. 

Two Tablespoons

Jane Bruce

Two Tablespoons is offering “Summer Fusion” rolls and noodles; the vegetarian corn, coconut, and curry sauce summer roll is a great way to beat the heat.