Even though I couldn’t join my fellow cyclists on bike this past Sunday for our food cart ride because of a leg injury, I still had a great time crawling the street for delicious Ecuadorian, Mexican and Halal food. A big thanks to Danny, Steve and Noel for helping lead and to Ryan for giving me lift on the back of his Workman Cycle to ended the day at Corona Ice King! #BikeNYC folks are rad.
This is a recap from Brooklyn Cyclist. Thanks Tyler!
I joined about 30 other biking foodies today for a trip to the food trucks on Roosevelt Avenue in Jackson Heights, Queens — one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the world. If you love food adventures, this is place is a MUST-visit! There were at least a dozen trucks along a 15-or-so block stretch of Roosevelt serving up everything from shrimp ceviche to pig ear tacos.
Thanks to Anita of Brooklyn by Bike for bringing everyone together once again.
Here are a few photos from the day. And here’s a link to a map from Grand Army Plaza to Roosevelt to help you find the trucks yourself.
Hungry #bikenyc foodies:
La Tia Julia. Their tortas looked amazing.
Egg and rice taco from a truck on 91st St & Roosevelt Ave.