Slideshow: Scenes from After Sandy: Food Folks Keep Serving, Help Out

Balthazar
Balthazar
Usually you can't even get a cup of coffee inside Balthazar for $5, but the restaurant set up grills outside on Spring Street to cook for the neighborhood, selling sandwiches at a steep discount.

[Photo: Abigail Ekue Photography ]

Mathieu Mixing Dough
Mathieu Mixing Dough
The show goes on at power-less Motorino, even when that means mixing dough by hand.
The Dutch
The Dutch
The Dutch and Andrew Carmellini gave away soup and salad to Soho-ers on Thursday.
Milk Truck
Milk Truck
On Wednesday night, the Milk Truck headed down to Centre Street to serve the cops at the 1st precinct, "feeding the cops working around the clock," said owner Keith Klein.

"I have to give a special shout out to my crew who have been working massive hours and putting things together for us—especially our managers Elizabeth Hunt and Thaddeus Stephens. I couldn't be more proud of everybody here."

And On Friday
And On Friday
On Friday, the Milk Truck paired up with the NYC Food Truck Association and JetBlue (and a number of other trucks) heading to hard-hit areas and feed folks there. Here they are in Chelsea.
Coolhaus
Coolhaus
And here's Coolhaus at Washington Square. "It's awesome that we are off the grid and can feed people," Natasha Case told us. "Feels good to do what we can!"
More Trucks
More Trucks
Eddie's Pizza Truck and the Cupcake Crew, also out on the streets.
Exchange Alley
Exchange Alley
On East 9th Street, Exchange Alley served jambalaya, cauliflower soup, and grilled pork belly for free. "It kept me full for at least a day," says eater Stephanie Assuras.

[Photograph: Stephanie Assuras]