NYC Food Guy Video: NYC Food Guy’s Favorites at the Red Hook Ball Fields

Date May 3, 2010


Opening weekend at the Red Hook Ball Fields has passed which means you now have only 26 more weekends to eat some of the most authentic, fresh and cheap Central American food in New York City.  But whenever you make it out there, NYC Food Guy is here to see that you make the most of your stomach space with my “best of the Ball Fields” video.  After you watch, click ahead for a Red Hook Ball Fields Vendor map highlighting the best of every truck and cart in attendance.

NYC Food Guy Red Hook Ball Fields Vendor Map

The items boxed in green are all referenced in the video above.   Other best bets are italicized. Click to enlarge.

Red Hook Ball Fields Vendor Map - NYCFoodGuy.com

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Opening weekend at the Red Hook Ball Fields has passed which means you now have only 26 more weekends to eat some of the most authentic, fresh and cheap Central American food in New York City.  But if you’re only planning on heading out there once or you’re a procrastinator waiting for the last weekend, NYC Food Guy is here to help.  Check out the video for my “best of the Ball Fields” so you can make the most of your stomach space. And click ahead for a Red Hook Ball Fields Vendor map highlighting the best of every truck and cart in attendance.

NYC Food Guy Red Hook Ball Fields Vendor Map

The items boxed in green are all referenced in the video above.   Other best bets are italicized. Click to enlarge.

8 Responses to “NYC Food Guy Video: NYC Food Guy’s Favorites at the Red Hook Ball Fields”

  1. FN said:

    Hey foodguy, nice video – really well done.

  2. Red Hook Platter? said:

    What’s in the Red Hook Platter?

  3. donuts4dinner said:

    Have you ever seen the episode of “Bizarre Foods” where Andrew Zimmern drinks the horchata and talks about how awful it is? Like, spit-it-back-out awful.

    Either his taste buds are whack, or the horchata we have here is toooootally different.

  4. Meredith said:

    Yay! Summer is here. The trip to the ball fields is always a fun excursion. I can’t wait to take my friend when she comes to visit.

  5. Red Hook Food Vendors Return | New York City | NileGuide said:

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  6. Red Hook Food Vendors Return | Things To Do In NYC said:

    [...] For an up-close look at the scene on opening weekend, and tips on some of the best places to eat at the Red Hook Ball Fields, check out this video. [...]

  7. Cardon Ellis said:

    Great Video! I’m going to Red Hook!

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