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Join Me Tonight For My Street Food Pop-up Opening

By admin | September 8, 2011

Are you ready to celebrate Fashion’s Night Out? I know I am! I’m excited to share with you my Global Street Food Pop-up Cafe today at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center in collaboration with Restaurant Associates and with support from  American Airlines. We kick-off our week-long pop-up cafe tonight with Qool DJ Marv spinning the hits and a special style meet-and-greet with up-and-coming fashion designer Prajje Jean-Baptiste.

On the menu will be some of my favorite international street foods. I’m thrilled to introduce everyone to global street food they may not be familiar with like my favorites Doro Wat with Injera Bread, Malaysian Achat, Ethiopian lentil and cabbage salad, Beer-braised Wurst and Sauerkraut, and Malva pudding. To wash all that down, we’ll offer some signature cocktails like The Big Apple, fresh Granny Smith apple juice, Bulleit bourbon, simple syrup and a celery leaf; Jamaican Splash, sweet sorrel syrup with Appleton’s rum and tart lime juice; Nordic Cooler, Lingonberry, St. Germain and vodka; and Shochu Cha, shochu, Canton and oolong tea; as well as Peach Tea and Ginger Beer.

The beauty of street food is that it’s affordable. Street food is famous for never breaking budgets and our menu at Global Street Food is no different. Our menu items range from $5-12, so you can save your money for those fashion items you’ve had your eye on or for new style items you spot on the runways in Lincoln Center.

So please join me tonight and during the week until September 15th for a taste of fashion with a street food style! Global Street Food Pop-up will be open from 10:30am-11:00pm and is located in Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, on corner of Broadway Street at West 65th Street. Bring your stylish fashion get-up and come share some street food with me. See you all there!

What’s your favorite street food treat?

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