Today at lunch I came across something interesting–a street fair on Broad Street in downtown Manhattan, NYC. It’s officially a Community Day Festival. There were lots of street-food vendors, small trinket sellers, and a shop selling reggae music! I got a nice shishkabob for lunch:
Here’s a picture of a “sweet roasted corn” stand:
And the whole scene:
For more festival schedules, check out Cititour’s festival guide.
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