Judging by the 650-plus people who RSVPed for the momo crawl this Saturday, it appears that the era of the momo is very much upon us. This is the third year of the $1 dumpling event -- which encompasses 17 locations in the Himalayan-heavy community of Jackson Heights -- and word is spreading quickly ... More >>
At the average New York street fair, one tends to encounter the same stalls, hawking knock-off handbags or churning out questionable hot dogs. At Saturday's Viva La Comida!, however, held for the third year in the heart of Jackson Heights, there was a near hour-long line of hungry visitors waiting a ... More >>
Nepalese momo of the type known as kothey, at Lali Guras Momo are Himalayan dumplings, usually round and puckered, but sometimes oblong with a ridge on top. They can be either steamed or fried, and can be stuffed with a variety of substances, often including lamb and onions. Over the last decade, ... More >>
Where Mahjong meets Dreidel
Robert Fernandez/Real Cheap Eats NYCOne such cheap eat? Kumpir, a baked potato stuffed with black and green olives, corn, pickles and Russian salad at Masal Café. Here at Fork in the Road, we're big fans of incredibly cheap eats, so we were excited to learn of a new New York City blog ... More >>
Jeffrey Tastes/FlickrThe food court to end all food courts.Foodies can be competitive -- even, let's face it, outright jerks. One of the most proudly worn badges of honor among such eaters in this city is knowing one's way around the Flushing Mall Food Court. And so, if the subterranean galle ... More >>
keepwaddling1/flickrThere's an app for this.Jeff Orlick, best known for his 5-Boro Pizza Tour, has introduced the latest app every New York pizza lover needs: the Real Pizza of New York iPhone app.
Courtesy Jeff Orlick and iwantmorefood.com There are way too many expensive, low-quality food events in this town (ahem, Dumpling Festival), but Jeff Orlick's food crawls are neighborly, casual affairs--free (except the cost of food), and focused on seeking out sheer deliciousness. Orlick run ... More >>