Like the Lower East Side, it seems that the lowly street meat has been experiencing a drawn-out gentrification. This time though, we don't think hipsters are complaining that mobile munchies are going upscale. What is it about NYC food trucks that everyone seems to be obsessing? Is it nostalgia for the twinkling ice cream trucks of our youth? The foodie points earned for knowing what day the best falafel can be found at 46th and 6th? Whatever it is, New Yorkers can thank innovative chefs with a penchant for petrol for these tasty, cheap eats. And as warm weather approaches (and hemlines climb north), we appreciate having another option for dining al fresco. Call it curbside fare.
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