Food Holidays: September
September typically signifies the end of summer, transition to fall and all the glorious things that come with it. We aren’t talking PSLs and crunchy leaves just yet (since it’s still 90 degrees in New York City), but rather the random reasons eat more food 🙂 Our food truck vendors have the perfect way to celebrate this month.
September 5th – National Cheese Pizza Day / September 20th – National Pepperoni Pizza Day
Do we even need a food holiday in order to eat pizza? The answer is no but it’s still a great excuse to find a slice not once, but twice this month. Abeetz, Neapolitan Express and Valducci’s are our top picks for street pizza.
September 12th – National Chocolate Milkshake Day
You could go to a diner for a classic milkshake…orrrrrrr you could get handed one from a food truck! Bona Bona and Carnivale Donut Bar are both your mobile solution for a twist on this sweet frozen treat. Summer will last forever at this point so might as well continue eating ice cream.
September 13th – National Peanut Day
We are huge fans of PB and anything with PB on it especially when it is on or in between something sweet. Glazed & Confused‘s Peanut Butter Cup mini donuts drizzled in chocolate and peanut butter sauces are actually something out of our sweet dreams. Wafles and Dinges, a cult classic, lets you customize your waffle toppings so you can load up on the peanut butter!
September 18th – National Cheeseburger Day
Stuf’d is known for their crazy, larger than life sandwiches and their Angus Cheeseburger doesn’t disappoint. Grab some napkins, use two hands and bite into their signature thick slices of savory bread and their version of an American classic.
Happy eating, you can find us jamming to Earth, Wind and Fire with fists full of food all month.
Ever try “mac & cheese ice cream?” You may not have wondered what this unconventional mash-up would taste like, but you probably do now. Van Leeuwen ice cream has teamed up with Kraft Heinz to create a unique summer treat!
Whether drenched in barbecue sauce, topped with coleslaw, or slapped on a bun, pulled pork makes for one of the most classically American eats. Lets check out NYC’s smokiest pulled pork food trucks that’ll surely feed a hungry crowd.