Exciting days ahead for Ariel, the founder of Nuchas, and his team! Ariel will be jumping into the tank this Sunday, April 7th, to pitch on Shark Tank! Mark your calendars and join the NYFTA team in supporting Nuchas NYC. We wish Ariel and the entire Nuchas team the best of luck!
In 2011, Nuchas opened its first retail location in the heart of NYC, Times Square. Soon after they started their first food truck, and two additional pushcarts helping Nuchas create a reputation among the NYC street food scene. In 2013, Nuchas won Rookie of the Year Vendy Award, and in the same year, they opened their second retail location in Greeley Square. In 2014, Nuchas won the People’s Taste Vendy Award, and it’s been fast-growing ever since.
On April 8th, we celebrate National Empanada Day! The word ‘Empanada’ translates as ‘enbreaded,’ that is, wrapped or coated in bread. Empanadas originated in Spain in the early 1500s, then traveled across the ocean to South America, where they became an irreplaceable part of the culture. The actual empanada flavor varies from country to country. Argentinians specifically enjoy serving empanadas at a family dinner once a week as well as at parties and special events.
Times Square: Broadway and 47th Street
Greeley Square Park: 97 W 32nd Street
Columbus Park: 233 Joralemon Street
Nuchas Truck: For daily location updates follow Nuchas on Twitter.
Catering specifically can be one of the priciest aspects of a corporate party, so you’ve come to the right place if you want to mitigate this cost. In this blog, we will discuss the cost benefits of certain vendors in New York City along with the general advantages of working with the New York Food Truck Association for large, corporate events!
As the winter season approaches, food truck owners should be asking themselves, ‘how do I keep my food truck business running in cold and snowy weather?’ Or to take this question one step further, ‘how do I keep my business thriving during these chillier months?’ Thanks to our experience working directly with hundreds of New York City’s food trucks, we have the answers!