# Street food
Never late for a 5 de Mayo Meal in Florida (English & Spanish)
The cost of living in Florida could be a little pricy, but it all depends on where you go. So I created this short story on 5 de Mayo when I was driving back home, and then I smelled delicious food. All right, this video is not long; enjoy! Stay tuned for more international videos. Video in English and Spanish with English Subtitles.
Zooba: Egyptian Street Food
Have you ever tried Egyptian food before? Was it from Zooba? We make our way to SoHo and prepare to take on something new and unique! Zooba is a Cairo-based chain serving Egyptian street food in a hip space. We try some of their popular items and catch a vibe at the same time! Make sure to tag along for a taste of something different, hope you enjoy! If you know of any other local places we should go to next, make sure to drop them in the comments below!
Second Queen Tea Location Now Open at The Avenue in West Cobb
A second location of the popular Kennesaw-based Queen Tea has now opened at The Avenue in West Cobb. An expansive menu of teas, Asian street food and more await at the second location of Queen Tea, located in The Avenue at West Cobb.Photo: DeanLand / Our Travel Cafe.
Authentic Birria Tacos and Drumsticks on the Streets of Compton!
Rockstar Eater continues his 10-part Mexican food tour (covering the Top 10 Mexican foods) in Los Angeles with Part 5, at Birrieria Barajas in Compton. His special guest is Mexi Papa from Mexi Papa Adventures! Birrieria Barajas is a Mexican food truck in Los Angeles that specializes in authentic birria. They serve goat meat as part of the birria experience, which includes goat tacos, quesabirrias, birria de res, tacos dorado, and goat drumsticks on the streets of Los Angeles. It’s one of the best Mexican street foods in Los Angeles!
Malecon: Best Dominican Restaurant?!
Are you a fan of Dominican cuisine? Have you ever heard of Malecon? Well they have 3 locations all throughout Manhattan so feel free to check one of them out! Malecon is one of the first places here in NYC that cultivated my taste for Dominican food! With speedy and great customer service, it's certainly an establishment you have to look into! It's a fan favorite here in NYC, so don't just take my word for it! Hope you enjoy! If you know of any other local places we should go to next, make sure to drop them in the comments below!
Some of the Most Popular NYC Street Foods - Hot dog, pizza, halal (realistic look)
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Taqueria Diana: Mexican Street Food
Has tacos ever been a bad idea for the weekend? Or any day of the week? Join us as we head to Taqueria Diana and enjoy some Mexican street food in the heart of the city! The weather is beginning to break, and there's plenty to explore. Interested in an adventure? You can enjoy these classic dishes in Midtown and Williamsburg! Don't forget to eat before watching! If you know of any other local places we should go to next, make sure to drop them in the comments below.
Empanada Mama: NYC's Best?!
Are empanadas your thing? Ever been to Empanada Mama? It's def worth the trip my friends! We stop by the lower east side location and try a few of their famous empanadas! Make sure to tag along as we also make some new friends! Hope you enjoy. If you know of any other local places we should go to next, make sure to drop them in the comments below.
Oh K Dog: Korean Street Food in NYC
Have you ever heard of Oh K Dog? Have you ever tried Korean Street food? Well it's fun, unique and delicious! We head into the city to indulge in some great cheap eats on a beautiful sunny day! Nothing better than roaming around NYC connecting with good people and great food vendors! We try 3 different variations of these popular Korean rice dogs! So tag along on this fun filled adventure, I promise it won't disappoint! Hope you enjoy! If you know of any other local places we should go to next, make sure to drop them in the comments below!
This Famous FILIPINO STREET FOOD Spot in Los Angeles Serves $1 BBQ Sticks
Steve Cha (aka Rockstar Eater) tries Filipino street food for the first time, at Dollar Hits in Downtown Los Angeles! There is not much Filipino street food in LA, and Dollar Hits restaurant in Filipinotown is one of the very few places that serves authentic, Manila style street food in the form of Filipino style bbq skewers that are only $1 each! It is one of the hidden gems of Los Angeles! They serve all kinds of skewer meats, from chicken breast, kwek kwek, and lobster balls to more challenging foods like pork blood, pork intestines, and the balut (duck embryo). Dollar Hits: <a href="https://www.yelp.com/biz/dollar-hits-los-angeles-2">https://www.yelp.com/biz/dollar-hits-los-angeles-2</a>
The Most Authentic KOREAN STREET FOOD You'll Find in Los Angeles
Steve Cha (your Best LA Food Guide!) tries Korean street food in Los Angeles, at Dragon Boba LA in Koreatown Los Angeles. Dragon Boba is a café dessert shop that specializes in coffee, boba, cakes, and donuts, but they recently opened a new street food stall on Western Avenue that specializes in Korean street food. It is the closest to authentic, Seoul-style street food you’ll find in LA. They sell dukkbokki, hotteok, Korean street toast, and other foods. What is Korean street food like, especially in Koreatown LA? Watch this episode as Steve documents the making of some of these Korean street foods, and gives his thoughts on it. This is one of many episodes that documents what to eat in Los Angeles. Dragon Boba LA: <a href="https://dragonbobausa.com">https://dragonbobausa.com</a>/
Thai Street Food BBQ on Hollywood Blvd at Night
Steve Cha (your Best LA Food Guide of 2021) tries Thai bbq street food for the first time at Stick BBQ in Thai Town Los Angeles. Stick BBQ is on Hollywood Blvd in the heart of Thai Town. They are one of few Thai street food spots you’ll find in LA, but one of the hottest new street food vendors! They specialize in Thai bbq skewers of beef, pork, chicken, and shrimp! They also sell great drinks, thai noodles street food, and to-go orders! What is Thai bbq street food like? What is Thai street food like in Los Angeles? Discover one of the best new foods in LA as we explore: Thai street.
Amazing Korean Street Tacos in Los Angeles (Up to 6 Different Flavors!)
Steve Cha (Rockstar Eater) tries Korean tacos for the first time, at Chef Kang Korean Taco in Koreatown Los Angeles. Chef Kang Korean Tacos is a Korean street food spot in Ktown LA that specializes in six kinds of Korean tacos, as well as their famous Korean burritos! It’s one of the most inventive Korean street foods you’ll find among Los Angeles street foods. What are Korean Tacos like? Are Korean tacos better than Mexican tacos? Find out in this episode that explores the wonderful world of Korean beef, chicken, and pork tacos. Watch the street food chefs making korean tacos on the streets of Wilshire Blvd. Don’t forget the Korean burrito! Chef Kang Sulbox: <a href="http://kangtaco.com">http://kangtaco.com</a>/
This Intersection in Culver City Has Some of the Best Street Foods in Los Angeles
Steve Cha (your best LA food guide!) visits a great street food spot that not too many people in Los Angeles know about, which is in Culver City on Palms and Sepulveda. On this corner in Culver City, there are 3 to 4 different food vendors selling different kinds of street food on Saturdays and Sundays. Foods include Mango Sticky Rice street food to breakfast sandwich street food to dessert street foods! On Saturday, there is AM Smash, Tripp Burger, My Mango Sticky Rice, and Tacos Andinos. s this the best American street food spot in LA? Watch this episode and see one of the best LA street food spots!
Hudson the Dog Gets Hot Dog From New York City Hot Dog Cart Outside Grand Central Terminal
In this video, JamesandKarla get their rescue dog, Hudson the Dog a hot dog from a New York City Hot Dog Cart Vendor outside Grand Central Terminal in Midtown Manhattan.