Mad. Sq. Eats is a fun — if crowded — place to spend an hour or two for dinner or happy hour. I have to confess a preference for Asiadog, which always has one of the longest lines. However, if you’re looking for dessert, grab a few cookies from momofuku milk bar and split some crepes and a bottle of wine from Bar Suzette. The mini food festival takes place ever spring and fall and is open from 11am – 9pm until May 31st.
Asiadogs from Asiadog! The Mash (the one with potato chips) is my favorite.
Hot noodles from Hong Kong Street Cart.
If you can’t find a table amongst all the vendors in Worth Square, eating on a bench in Madison Square Park is a good option. Wherever you end up, the food and the view will be fantastic.
Mad. Sq. Eats is located between 24th and 25th Streets in Worth Square (just west of Madison Square park proper).