On Sunday, October 21, the Grub Street Food Festival will return to New York City’s Lower East Side, this year with an astounding 100 participating restaurants, bakeries, and food shops. Specially curated by New York magazine’s Grub Street editors, this annual outdoor event offers an expansive menu of beverages, savory dishes and sweet treats, drawing more than 13,000 food enthusiasts each year.
Among the glorious eating options you can expect: a host of roll options from Luke’s Lobster; barbecue from Brooklyn’s Char No. 4, Daisy Duke’s, and Georgia’s East Side BBQ; Mexican from Fonda; and plenty of sweets from Macaron Parlour, Melt Bakery, Pie Corps, and more.
Entry is free – just join us at the intersection of Hester and Essex streets anytime between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., rain or shine, and bring your appetite.
You have been given the exclusive opportunity to enjoy access to a private seating area at the event an pre-purchase food and beverage vouchers: Grub Bucks. Grub Bucks come in denominations of $5 or $10. Cardmembers can purchase Grub Bucks at half price ($2.50 or $5) and redeem them at all participating food and beverage vendors at the 2012 Grub Street Food Festival. Cardmembers may not purchase more than a total of $100 value in Grub Bucks. Cardmembers may use Grub Bucks with cash if the food or beverages they purchase are more than the value of the Grub Bucks they use. Grub Bucks are non-transferable, may only be used during the 2012 Grub Street Food Festival, and have no cash value. Grub Bucks expire at 6pm on October 21, 2012.
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