We brought Frites ‘N’ Meats to Tumblr HQ

Forget about those long food truck lines. We’ll bring a food truck to your office. Today, Frites ‘N’ Meats rolled up to Tumblr HQ to feed all the hungry employees.

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Lunch service has begun:

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Smiling. Because they’re about to chomp into the best burger ever.

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Two thumbs up:

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Burger close up…in case you’re not hungry enough:

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DailyFoodtoEat is the official blog of FoodtoEat. We help build corporate culture by bringing the best local food to offices for team meals and special events. We believe in investing in your team. That’s why we’re committed to improving employee happiness through food – feed your team today with FoodtoEat! Check out the deliciousness here: FoodtoEat Catering

The Top 3 Most Delicious “American” Food Trucks in NYC

By Anna Lesser

On July 4th, family and friends will gather to watch phenomenal fireworks, participate in entertaining parades, and most importantly, eat until our stomachs can’t take it anymore. Here are the top three most patriotic food trucks serving delicious, classic American food:

Milk Truck: Grilled Cheese

The 1920s brought an exciting moment to America: the invention of the grilled cheese sandwich, also known as cheese dream. The inexpensive bread and American cheese became easily accessible during the Great Depression. Let’s take a moment to thank the inventor of this magical sandwich that we love dearly.

Three Cheese Grilled Cheese
Three Cheese Grilled Cheese with Caramelized Apples

If you’re looking for a cheesy delight, Milk Truck is the way to go. Their hand cut bread and creative ingredients ensure a taste that you won’t want to miss out on.

Phil’s Steaks: Philly Cheesesteak

We have to thank Pat and Harry Olivieri for stumbling upon the creation of the Philly Cheesesteak sandwich in the 1930s. They originally owned a hotdog stand, but decided to experiment by making a sandwich with chopped beef and grilled onions. It was a cab driver passing by that convinced them to start selling this exquisite new sandwich.

Phil's Whiz Steak
Phil’s Whiz Steak

If you’re looking to try one of the top Philly Cheesesteak sandwiches in New York City, be sure to check out Phil’s Steaks. Their 100% premium loin-tail beef on Amoroso rolls, direct from Philly, allows for a sensational combination.

Yankee Doodle Dandy’s: Southern Fried Chicken

Known as NYC’s All-American food truck, from the name  to the decor of the truck (see below!), Yankee Doodle Dandy’s is probably the most patriotic food truck roaming the streets of NYC.

Winner Winner
Winner Winner Chicken Platter from Yankee Doodle Dandy’s

Their menu offers an excellent American combination of Southern goodness ranging from Buffalo Soldier to America the Beautiful Salad (yes, even the names are patriotic).  The Winner Winner fried chicken special is heavenly. Be sure to check out Yankee Doodle Dandy’s for a delicious treat to celebrate America’s favorite holiday.

Yankee Doodle Dandy's
Yankee Doodle Dandy’s | Photo credit: CBS Local

DailyFoodtoEat is the official blog of FoodtoEat, a socially conscious online food ordering and concierge catering service featuring your favorite restaurants, food trucks and caterers. Check out the deliciousness here: www.foodtoeat.com

Free Food Part Deux a la Asian Fusion

By Camille Basurto, Guest Blogger

As the glorious eight weeks of Startup Institute come to an end, we’ve been busy wrapping up partner projects, interviews, Strategy Hacking, and other startup life business.  It’s all been a wee bit hectic, and we’re all trying to tie up any loose ends before our Talent Expo next week. Also perhaps getting sentimental about it all. Maybe I’m just projecting?

It thus comes as a welcome reprieve that we have a free late-lunch to break up the crazy. As part of a challenge of the Sales and Account Management track, sales students were tasked with bringing their fellow cohort free food, events, or whatever we could get. We’ve had free cookies, yoga, and karaoke.  Super solid. This week we received Part Deux of free noms thanks to Mamta Parakh.  Mamta worked with FoodtoEat, which partnered with Sweet Generation for our sugar cookie extravaganza a few weeks ago. This week FoodtoEat collaborated with Jack’s Sliders and Sushi to bring us lunch selections a la Asian Fusion.

Hibachi, Kimchi Fried Rice, Sushi & Sliders from Jack's Sliders & Sushi
HIbachi, Kimchi Fried Rice, Sushi & Sliders from Jack’s Sliders & Sushi

FoodtoEat works alongside food trucks, restaurants, and caterers to bring consumers, like hungry SINY students, simplified online ordering so we can #skiptheline.  The interactive food truck, the greatest thing in FiDi, allows people to preorder from nearest truck vendors and increase local business sustainably. FoodtoEat also offers the concierge catering option, giving companies the ability to order food anytime for individual employees, client visits, or meetings.  You can order late night or weekend meals and specify your meal preferences, equipmental rental requirements, and have the opportunity to try unique food from around the world. Mamta was so excited about all of this, she partnered with FoodtoEat and struck a pose when the food arrived this week. Ps. I might I have had a hand in this:

Mamta striking a pose
Mamta striking a pose

Jack’s Sliders and Sushi provided us a number of goodies beginning with salmon, tuna, cucumber, and California rolls. All of this sushi, obviously, was gone within the hour of it arriving. We also had the opportunity to try Jack’s signature beef and chicken sliders with (or without, if you’re lame/into the calorie thing) bacon. Ugh, amazing. There was also zesty salad, a tofu and veggie option, and chicken and rice goodness. Perhaps most importantly, we were served a large amount of ginger. From the bottom of my heart, thank you. There can never be enough ginger.

Startup Institute folks enjoying the delicious food!
Startup Institute folks enjoying the delicious food!

But seriously, thanks Mamta, FoodtoEat, and Jack’s Sliders and Sushi. It doesn’t hurt that sushi is one of my favorite foods, FoodtoEat easily connected with Jack’s Sliders and Sushi as smoothly as it does with all its clients, and, of course, Mamta is such a star.  All I had to do was show up, eat three plates of food, and proceed to lie down for a little bit—such a breeze!

We all thoroughly enjoyed our last free food extravaganza and hope that we will be eating so well in our post-SINY days.


Camille Basurto hails from the glorious Connecticut & the 203. She is a lover of sailing, running, hiking, yoging, and things outdoors. She likes country, rap, 90s era and most music, to be honest.

Thank  you Camille for guest blogging! Here is the link to the blog post on the Startup Institute blog.

DailyFoodtoEat is the official blog of FoodtoEat, a sustainable online food ordering and concierge catering service featuring your favorite restaurants, food trucks and caterers. Check out the deliciousness here: www.foodtoeat.com


Foodies of New York: Daisy Kramer

Daisy Kramer
Daisy Kramer

By Rachel Wells

Part of a series that documents real New Yorkers and their love affair with food.

Daisy Kramer is a high school senior at the Spence School. The 18 year old has lived in New York City her entire life and loves photography, singing (she’s a co-head of her school’s a capella group, Triple Trio, and is involved in the Glee club), reading, binge-watching Netflix and most importantly, loves food.

To Daisy, being a foodie is an integral part of being a New Yorker. In an interview she commented, “I think that New York has such a rich diversity of cultures and that food is a way for these cultures to intermingle. Also, food is another way for New Yorkers to communicate; we meet friends at restaurants, have interviews at coffee houses and try new cuisines all over the city.”

Burger and fries from Burger Joint (photo credit: Plus Google)
Burger and fries from Burger Joint (photo credit: Plus Google)

While there are literally a million options to choose from, her favorite place to eat is Burger Joint in the Parker Meridien Hotel, a place she first learned about from her bud, Alexandra, when they were in the 7th grade. Daisy recalls waiting in line for almost an hour, but it was well worth it. When there, Daisy orders a cheeseburger with, as she puts it, “the works; lettuce, tomato, pickles, onion, mustard, ketchup and mayo” with a side of french fries, a black and white milkshake and for good measure, a Diet Coke.

Pizza at Grimaldi's Pizza (photo credit: grimaldisnyc.com)
Pizza at Grimaldi’s Pizza (photo credit: grimaldisnyc.com)

While food trucks are somewhat scarce on the UES, Daisy still branches away from the typical restaurant and café scene with quick stops at trucks like Wafles and Dinges, where she gets the city-famous option of Nutella and strawberries on a belgian waffle. For tourists, Daisy recommends trying Grimaldi’s Pizza in Brooklyn. When asked what makes this NY pizza place special she responded, “while its not the traditional New York pizza, it is the best in the city.”

Daisy loves ordering food online because of the convenience, “It’s definitely faster and more efficient than calling a restaurant.” She orders in at least once a week.

She hopes to one day become a movie producer. She will attend Northwestern’s School of Communication next fall, and while she’s essentially headed from one city to another, she will definitely miss all that New York has to offer.

DailyFoodtoEat is the official blog of FoodtoEat, a sustainable online food ordering and concierge catering service featuring your favorite restaurants, food trucks and caterers. Check out the deliciousness here: www.foodtoeat.com


Getting to Know Sara Monica, The Small Chick

By Debra Liu

A few weeks ago, I got to chat with Sara Monica, The Small Chick behind the blog, Small Chick Big Deals (SCBD), a lifestyle guide to deals in food, fashion, beauty, fitness and more. She started the blog 2 years ago writing only about food deals, but now the blog covers a variety of many spaces and interests. If you haven’t yet done so, please check out her blog!

Sara Monica
Sara Monica

Born and raised in New Jersey, Sara currently lives in the Jersey area but is constantly traveling to NYC. With a background in Public Relations, Sara has worked for shows like The Rachel Ray Show.  According to Sara, it was during her time at The Rachel Ray Show that she really got to learn about the city and fell in love with it. “I was also able to learn a lot about cooking,” says Sara.

A woman of many talents, in addition to running her blog, Sara also has a day job working as a Brand Manager in the marketing industry. She has an amazing team of writers and interns who are constantly creating and publishing new and interesting content on SCBD. What she loves most about SCBD is being able to share her knowledge and experiences with everyone.

One of her favorite NYC restaurants is Daniel Boulud’s DBGB. “It’s pretty affordable and the food is amazing…I was just impressed with the quality of the food.” Her favorite item at DBGB is is the DBGB Dog, which is a housemade beef weiner topped with sautéed onion, mustard, ketchup, and “299” relish.

Sara is super passionate about her blog and highly encourages those who are interested in starting their own blog to “definitely go for it. If you’re even thinking about it, if you have a good concept and good theme or idea, just do it. There’s nothing you could lose.”

DBGB Dog | Photo Credit: Serious Eats
DBGB Dog | Photo Credit: Robyn Lee, Serious Eats

In her spare time, she likes to read and watch movies. According to Sara, “If I could go on vacation more, I probably would. That’s been one of my goals for the website, is to do more travel pieces and to see what’s out there.”

We look forward to having Sara guest blog on DailyFoodtoEat – we can’t wait to have her voice behind some of the awesome food deals she has exclusive access to!

DailyFoodtoEat is the official blog of FoodtoEat, a sustainable online food ordering and concierge catering service featuring your favorite restaurants, food trucks and caterers. Check out the deliciousness here: www.foodtoeat.com


Bring the Winter Olympics to Your Table with These 5 Foods

By Jane Poretsky

The 2014 Winter Olympics are here! No worries if you can’t make it to Sochi because we’re going to bring the food of the Olympic countries to you while you watch the games in the comfort of your own home. Here’s a look at 5 Winter Olympic countries and their foods. And remember, when you get hungry, get #FoodtoEat

Russia: Oladushki (Yeast Pancakes)

It’s no surprise that Russians have taken over 90 medals at the Winter Olympics through the years. What do they call it…genetic adaptation? The athletes are practically born inside of a freezer chest. Cross-country skiing has helped the Ruskis take home 13 gold medals. Don’t forget about effortless figure skaters like Irina Slutskaya who gracefully glide across the ice, making all of us look like giant klutzes. Although we’re pretty certain that figure skaters don’t dine on fried carbs often, we know that on the rare occasion… they do eat Oladushki! Oladushki are a Russian pancake, often made with yeast and given time to rise. We fry ours with a little sunflower seed oil and smother them with sour cream and jam for the most delicious treat around. Watch our how-to video!

Russian Oladushki

China: Scallion Pancakes

China is a huge competitor this year, especially in short track speed skating. They have taken home 24 medals in this category alone! Our favorite Chinese dish to munch on while watching the games is Scallion pancakes. Order flavorful, fried scallion pancakes from Red Egg.

Chinese Scallion Pancakes
Chinese Scallion Pancakes

Canada: Poutine

Another frozen tundra of smiles and amazing athletes is good old Canada. Whether it be ice hockey or speed skating, sledding or curling, Canada has a proven track record of success. Overall, they hold the title for 146 medals at the winter Olympics over the years. Poutine is a classic Canadian dish that is sure to fill your belly fast. French fries, gravy and cheese curds; can you say “Yum, eh”! Order the American version of Canadian Poutine, Chili Cheese Fries, from Fatty Burger.

Canadian Poutine

Germany: Bratwurst

The Germans know their stuff when it comes to snow and ice. A whirlwind of political changes and 145 medals later, we are ready to see what they have in store for us at Sochi 2014. To celebrate German-style, cook up some juicy bratwurst and wash them down with a Hefeweizen.

r German Bratwurst

South Korea: Japchae

Japchae: one of the million reasons to love south Korea. Springy, light glass noodles sautéed with wood ear mushrooms and tons of vegetables are one of the few guilt free dishes on our list. Slurp these up while watching Korea’s finest (like Chun Lee-Kyung) race away on the ice. Order Japchae from Koso Fresh

South Korean Jap Chae

DailyFoodtoEat is the official blog of FoodtoEat, a sustainable online food ordering and concierge catering service featuring your favorite restaurants, food trucks and caterers. Check out the deliciousness here: www.foodtoeat.com



By Debra Liu

It’s hard to be a food truck in the winter! We’re here to help make sure food trucks survive the winter so they can feed you throughout the rest of the year.

Support the small restaurants and food trucks who are hit hard by the cold winter months by ordering through FoodtoEat. You can still stay warm and get delicious food truck food despite the cold by preordering online and picking up to #SkipTheLine.

12 Days of Food TrucksFoodtoEat’s 12 Days of Food Trucks holiday countdown will highlight some of our amazing Food Truck partners. And the best part is, we get to hear from you! How well do YOU know your food truck food?

We’ll post a food photo from one of our food trucks every weekday from December 6, 2013 through December 23, 2013 via Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (don’t forget to follow us @FoodtoEat!). You then respond with the name of the food truck you think the food is from, and if you guess correctly, we’ll send you a promo code ranging from 10-25% off your next food order. Best part is, you can play every day for 12 days!

At the end of each day, we’ll update this post to include the Food Truck of the Day. By the twelfth day, all 12 food trucks will be featured in this blog post!

December 6, 2013, Day 1: Uncle Gussy’s

Combo Platter from Uncle Gussy's
Combo Platter from Uncle Gussy’s

Uncle Gussy’s Food Truck serves fresh, authentic, delicious Greek platters and combos. Be sure to check them out on 51st street and Park avenue! If you want to order from Uncle Gussy’s for delivery or so you can #SkiptheLine, click here: Order Now

December 9, 2013, Day 2: Neapolitan Express

di PARMA D.O.P. Neapolitan Express
di PARMA D.O.P. pizza from Neapolitan Express

The Neapolitan Express pizza food truck not only serves delicious Neapolitan-style pizza made famous by legendary chef Raffaele Esposito, but this mobile pizzeria is also solely run on Compressed Natural Gas and Solar Power, which makes it the food truck with the lowest carbon footprint in the nation. Check out their menu and feel environmentally good about pre-ordering your mouthwatering pizza today: Order Now

December 10, 2013, Day 3: Sweet Chili Food Truck

Bean Sprout Salad from Sweet Chili Food Truck
Bean Sprout Salad from Sweet Chili Food Truck

The Sweet Chili Food Truck is the brain child of Chef Lisa Fernandes, a Top Chef finalist in season 4, Chicago. The truck creates delicious Thai-Vietnamese fusion food. With offerings like Miso Glazed Silken Tofu and Honey Chili Pork, you can’t help but get addicted to the food. Their truck, named Betty White, is set to retire soon so Sweet Chili has started a kickstarter campaign to fund her replacement – make a pledge today. They also do catering – contact us at info@foodtoeat.com if you would like to have them cater your next office meeting or party. And don’t forget, you can pre0rder from Sweet Chili to #SkiptheLine!

December 11, 2013, Day 4: Milk Truck

Grilled Cheese from Milk Truck NYC
Grilled Cheese from Milk Truck NYC

The Milk Truck got its start in 2010 at the indoor Brooklyn Flea and since then has been serving mouthwatering grilled cheese sandwiches, soups, salads, mac & cheese and even milkshakes to hungry New Yorkers all over the city. If you haven’t tried the Milk Truck Classic grilled cheese made with Aged Wisconsin Gruyere and caramelized onions and sauteed mushrooms as optional add-ons, you haven’t tried a real grilled cheese yet. They make every sandwich by order, from hand. Remember, you can always preorder your grilled cheese from Milk Truck on foodtoeat.com!

December 12, 2013, Day 5: Nuchas

Empanada from Nuchas
Empanada from Nuchas

Nuchas is much more than just empanadas; this food truck goes beyond the traditional meat and cheese filled empanadas by combining unique and innovative flavors. They offer empanadas in assorted dough varieties including rosemary, parmesan and spinach. A food truck that will satisfy everyone’s desires, Nuchas has delicious food for veggie-lovers and meat-lovers alike. They have 4 meat empanadas including short rib, which is a slow braised meat empanada with onions, peppers & fresh herbs on a rosemary dough. For vegetarians, they have 3 flavors including a shiitake curry empanada. And let’s not forget the sweet empanada – perfect for dessert on-the-go – which is filled with granny smith apples, cranberries, pear, nutella and chocolate in a white almond dough. Doesn’t this all sound amazing? Preorder here: Order Now

December 13, 2013, Day 6: Valducci’s Food Truck

Pizza from Valducci's Mobile Pizzeria
Pizza from Valducci’s Mobile Pizzeria

An offshoot of a Staten Island pizza place, Valducci’s Original Food Truck serves delicious pizza. Specialty pies include vodka pie, meatball & ricotta pie, Sicilian oreganata and a white pie. They also offer a meatball sandwich made on homemade semolina bread and a parm sandwich. You can preorder with FoodtoEat for a quick pick-up: Preorder Now

December 16, 2013, Day 7: Palenque Food Truck

Costena Arepa from Palenque Food Truck
Costena Arepa from Palenque Food Truck

The Palenque Food Truck, founded by two Colombian women, offers gourmet homemade Colombian food made using the finest and freshest ingredients. They serve arepas, which are a bread patty made from corn and water. But they also have non-traditional arepas made from quinoa and arepas made from brown rice. You can choose your toppings: beef, chicken, shrimp, portobella mushrooms, organic vegan Italian chorizo and many others. If you haven’t had a chance to try their arepas, you must do so!

December 17, 2013, Day 8: Big D’s Grub Truck

Spicy Chicken Grinder from Big D's Grub
Spicy Chicken Grinder from Big D’s Grub

Did you know Big D’s name is Dennis? Growing up in Queens, New York, Big D was highly influenced by the diversity of food and flavors around him. Big D’s Grub Truck offers a fusion of food with bold flavors for breakfast and lunch. The breakfast menu includes Spanish Omelettes and Jalapeno corn cakes. For lunch, there’s tacos, grinders and platters, with your choice of bulgogi spicy pork, ginger chicken, or spicy chicken. And the sides are delicious too: pork and chive dumplings, crispy delicious yuca fries, and old bay or sazon flavored fries. Get some Big D’s Grub today: Preorder now!

December 18, 2013, Day 9: Mexico Blvd

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Torta Pastor from Mexico Blvd Food Truck

Mexico Blvd Food Truck’s motto is “Eat, Enjoy, Come Back” and that’s truly what everyone does after they’ve tried their scrumptious food. They have tacos and tortas and you get to choose your own meat: adobo (a slow roasted pork loin), pastor (marinated pork tenderloin), tinga (organic white meat chicken in chipotle and tomato sauce), and bistec (top round steak in drunken beer and chile sauce). For the vegetarians out there, they offer an avocado torta, crispy quesadillas and potato & black bean flautas.

December 19, 2013, Day 10: Bian Dang

Pork Chop over Rice with Tea Egg from Bian Dang Truck
Pork Chop over Rice with Tea Egg from Bian Dang Truck

The recipes for Bian Dang’s delicious offerings are a family recipe, passed down from the founders, Diana and Thomas Yang’s grandmother. The most popular items are the Fried Pork Chop over Jasmine Rice and the Fried Chicken over Rice with pickled mustard greens and their famous minced pork sauce. They also sell Tea Eggs, hard boiled eggs infused with black tea leaves, spices and soy sauce. They’re usually parked on 53rd Street between Park and Lexington Avenue, Monday through Friday from 11:30am – 2:30 pm. If you’re in the area and craving some pork chop, you can always preorder on FoodtoEat.com to #SkipTheLine!

December 20, 2013, Day 11: Fun Buns

Beef Shank Bun from Fun Buns
Beef Shank Bun from Fun Buns

Fun Buns is a cart that serves Taiwanese-style buns filled with meat and veggies. The braised pork belly bun is slow-cooked with Taiwanese spices and topped with picked mustard greens, crushed peanuts and cilantro. The spicy beef shank bun is similar but the meat is stewed with star anise, cinnamon and cloves. The chicken curried bun is made with a light curry. You can get each bun for $3. They also offer combo deals; for $9, you can get 2 buns with chips and a drink. To #SkiptheLine, preorder here: Order Now!

December 23, 2013, Day 12: Wing’n It

Wings and Mac & Cheese from Wing'n It Food Truck
Wings and Mac & Cheese from Wing’n It Food Truck

Wing’n It is NYC’s first and only chicken wing food truck. They have grilled, baked, fried and steamed chicken wings with 6 different types of sauces listed (one sauce is called Apricot Maple Whiskey!). They have a few sides including Mac & Cheese, Wing’n Tots and Fried Rice – and even some breakfast items! Next time you have a wing craving, check out the Wing’n It truck for your chicken wings fix!

DailyFoodtoEat is the official blog of FoodtoEat, a sustainable online food ordering and concierge catering service featuring your favorite restaurants, food trucks and caterers. Check out the deliciousness here: www.foodtoeat.com


Coming Soon: The Vegan Reality Food Truck Show

By: Gabby Zilkha

Coming soon: the Vegan Reality Food Truck Show!
Coming soon: the Vegan Reality Food Truck Show!

The Squeeze has a dream to make it on the big screen! Yes, that is right! One day, the raw vegan food truck the Squeeze will have its chance at stardom.

You may be saying, “It’s a truck eat truck world”! “The Squeeze better have an agent”! But don’t you worry, owner and founder of the Squeeze Karliin Brooks used to work in the Entertainment industry and this is actually what she had in mind when she started the truck back in May of 2012.


Karliin wants to create the first Vegan based reality TV show. She saw an opportunity in Food Trucks to bring that idea to life. She could travel around the country and provide juicing and healthy foods to people all across America.

Currently, Karliin says that she is focusing on establishing the food truck business and maybe even a wholesale network.

What makes this truck so special you may ask? Well it offers a large array of cold press juice cleanses in delicious flavors. (fun fact: cold press juicing is super cool and keeps all of the enzymes alive longer as opposed to the more common centrifugal juicer which has a enzyme life of 15 minutes) .


They also have super awesome flavor combinations! The “Stand and Deliver” has kale, celery, cucumber, spinach, swiss chard, and dandelion. The “Sweetest Revenge”, one of the more popular for the less juice heavy person has fennel, clementine, and lemon. I don’t know about you but I feel refreshed just thinking about that!

So next time you’re around Union Square W and 17th Street, make sure to give it a try!

DailyFoodtoEat is the official blog of FoodtoEat, a sustainable online food ordering and concierge catering service featuring your favorite restaurants, food trucks and caterers. Check out the deliciousness here: www.foodtoeat.com

“It’s Worth the Wait”

A story about our food truck of the week: Uncle Gussy’s

By: Gabby Zilkha


When Nick from Uncle Gussy’s food truck warned me about the crazy line during lunch, I thought I knew what I was in for. I was in shock when I arrived around 11:45, to see a line of about 20 people already. Despite the hot day and everyone in suits, you could see the the customers day dreaming about their souvlaki, delicious pita bread, and seasoned fries while waiting in line.Image

As I was observing the crazy line at Uncle Gussy’s, I overheard a man saying to his friend that the line was pretty decent given other times he’s waited.

Just as this was said, it was as if the line magically got longer. And it just kept getting longer and longer! I found myself taking more and more pictures just to capture how long it actually grew (Please note that I stopped taking pictures at one point because my camera could not fit everything).Image

I went up and talked to some of the people towards the back of the line and asked them what prompted them to be there. They all said the same thing: the delicious food. I guess the one way to really know is to try it for yourself. Remember, 51st and Park! And the best part is… you can skip the line by ordering pick-up from foodtoeat.com!

DailyFoodtoEat is the official blog of FoodtoEat, a sustainable online food ordering and concierge catering service featuring your favorite restaurants, food trucks and caterers. Check out the deliciousness here: www.foodtoeat.com