Hester Nights features old Hester Street Fair favorites alongside newcomers hawking their delicious goods every Thursday throughout the summer.
Little Muenster was grilling their grilled cheeses to crisp perfection.
Hester Street regular Melt Bakery had their delicious ice cream sandwiches
The Bamberg from Schnitz: chicken thighs fried in a parsley-infused coating and topped with pickled cucumber, daikon, shallots, and a caramelized onion mustard basil purée in a pretzel roll.
A balmy 80 degrees means that it's definitely lobster roll season.
Macaron Parlour had a colorful array of French macarons.
Mimi & Coco
You could get your Japanese street food fix at Mimi Coco, which was making teriyaki balls filled with sausage, shrimp, or potato.
White russian cupcakes. 'Nuff said.
Anderson's 1949 Brooklyn
Samples of the spinach tuna grilled mini pizza from Anderson's 1949.
Kitty Lee Thomas Sweets
Kitty Lee Thomas Sweets had lots of tasty looking bite-sized treats.
These Peruvian alfajores are simply little dulce de leche sandwich cookies, shown above in both classic dulce de leche and nutella variations.
This Venezuelan sandwich called a patacon swaps out bread for crisp deep fried plantains. It's filled with pork, cheese, lettuce, tomato, and sour cream.
Fany Gerson's Mexican paletas are another old favorite from the the Hester Street Fair.
A fresh empanada from La Sonrisa.
Bombay Sandwich Co.
Pictured here, the "original" Bombay sandwich is filled with mango powder-spiced potatoes, tomatoes, ginger, green chili, and lime, and comes with your choice of chutney for dipping.
Diane Gordon Catering
This Chesapeake crab slider is served with a delicate saffron mayo.
Good Eats To Go
Good Eats To Go had wheat-free, gluten-free mac 'n cheese in a variety of flavors, from cherry tomato & basil (above) to cheeseburger, tater tots, or fresh Maine lobster.