Entries Categorized as 'Red Hook Ball Fields'

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 [...]

Red Hook Food Vendors Open for Business Tomorrow!

Date April 30, 2010

Huarache from the Martinez Truck on the corner of Clinton St. & Bay St.
It’s time, eaters.  The Red Hook Food Vendors open for business tomorrow (Saturday) at 10AM.  NYC Food Guy implores you to check it out for one of three reasons:

You love Central American food (Mexico, El Salvador, Dominican Republic)
You love feasting for under [...]

Red Hook Food Vendors Going Brick & Mortar on Red Hook’s Van Brunt Street

Date April 20, 2010

Fresh off the news that the Red Hook Food Vendors will open May 1st, Cesar Fuentes, Executive Director of the Food Vendors Committee of Red Hook Park, tells NYC Food Guy that he and two partners have signed a lease for an open-air space on Van Brunt Street, Red Hook’s main drag.  They’re calling it [...]

Red Hook Food Vendor News: Soler Dominican at Central Park Summer Stage & Vendors Return to Red Hook May 1st

Date March 29, 2010

Breaking news on the Red Hook Food Vendors, directly from Cesar Fuentes, Executive Director of the Food Vendors Committee of Red Hook Park Inc.:
1) Soler Dominican, who in 2008 became the first Red Hook Vendor to become a Vendy’s finalist, will join several other Brooklyn Flea vendors in taking over the concessions at Central Park’s [...]

Red Hook Ball Fields Edible Education: Mexican Huaraches from Martinez Taco Truck

Date May 6, 2009

If I could only eat one dish at the Red Hook Ball Fields, it would be a spicy enchilada pork huarache. The best way to describe a huarache is a huge open-face hybrid quesadilla/taco.   Start by ordering the type of huarache you’d like–the spicy enchilada pork is essentially shredded pork encased in chili powder. [...]

Why you MUST go to the Red Hook Ball Fields, Plus How to Get There

Date May 6, 2009

Let’s keep this plain and simple. Every Saturday and Sunday from May to Halloween (roughly), the most diverse, authentic, affordable, and delicious gathering of Latin American street food vendors takes place at the corner of Clinton Street & Bay Street at the Red Hook Ball Fields in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Mexican, Dominican, El Salvadoran, [...]