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Here Are the 100 Vendors Coming to the World’s Fare This Month

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Fifty more vendors, including Kish-Kash, join the sprawling list

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A variety of white plains contain different colored foods, some green olives can be seen in a few dishes along with piles of white couscous.
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Food and culture festival the World’s Fare returns to Citi Field this month. In April, the first 50 vendors were announced, including names like Wind Rose, a new Korean fusion restaurant from Sung Park, who worked as a chef at Jean-Georges and most recently at Brasserie Seoul in Boerum Hill. Now, the full list is out, totaling to 100 vendors and spanning global cuisines with lots of savory and sweet options.

Chef Einat Admony’s couscous restaurant Kish-Kash has joined the crew along with a Japanese souffle pancake vendor and a stuffed ice cream vendor. Other new additions to the list include the central Asian restaurant and charcoal-grilling haven Farida and Asian bun purveyor C-Bao.

The food festival, inspired by the World’s Fair of 1964 in Flushing Meadows Park, will be held on May 18 and 19, and tickets can be purchased here. They start at $23, with various up-charges for things like access to a beer garden. Here’s the full list for the World’s Fare 2019:

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All American Wontons

American PharoahZ

An Artistic Taste

Antico Noe

Baba’s Pierogies

Balkan Bites

Barbecue On A Stick

Better Than Your Mother’s

Bk2PR Catering LLC

Black 6 Coffee

Cafe Esencia

Caribbean Street Eats

Carter’s Chips


Chef Jimmys Vicious Creole Cycle

Chef Troy’s Table

Chiflez - Choklo & Chuzos

Colonia Verde

D’Abruzzo NYC

Danny Macaroons

Delicacy Brigadeiros Craft

Desi Food Cart

Destination Dumplings

DiRiso Risotto Balls


Don Ceviche

Donovan’s Pub

Down East Lobstah

Dua Divas

Duck Season

Empananda Papa

Farida Cuisine & Grill

Gaucho Burger Company

George Motz’s Oklahoma Fried Onion Cheeseburger

Ginger And Lemongrass

Gracey’s Culinary Specialties

Guantanamera Queens

In Patella

Island Express

Jaa Dijo Dom

Joey Bats Cafe

Keki Modern Cakes

Kish Kash

Knot Of This World

Korzo Restaurant

Kurry Qulture

La Maoli

Lion City Coffee

Little Porky’s

Long Island Festival

Macaron Parlour


Mangalista by Mosefund

Marslo Buns

Melt Bakery

Memphis Seoul

Meta Asian Kitchen

Miss Holly’s Smokehouse

Moffle Bar

MOJO Dessert

Moon Man

Mum’s Kitchens

Nachos Libre



NY Nurture Natto

Oaxaca Taqueria

Organic Olive Juice

Perros y Vainas


Pickle Me Pete


Recolte Artisan Bakery & Café

Republic of Booza

Rooster Boy

Sam’s Fried Ice Cream


Silly Chilly Dumplings

Smooth Pops

Souffle Pancake NYC

Stuffed Ice Cream


Tania’s Kitchen

Tasty Chaufalan (previously Choklo)

Tea and Milk

The Arepa Lady

The Baking Bean

Twisted Potato

Vaccaro’s Bakery


Wafels & Dinges

What’s The Dillaz

Wild Bill’s Soda

Wind Rose

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