History of food carts and vendors in NYC is celebrated

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It’s the original take out.

Food carts and vendors have sold snacks and food on New York City sidewalks and corners for more than a hundred years.

Turnstile Tours and The Museum at Eldridge Street sponsored a panel discussion about the industry and food at the historic synagogue on the Lower East Side.

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