The celebrated food vendors at Red Hook's  MAR 10 2008

The celebrated food vendors at Red Hook's ball fields have been awarded a six-year permit to "operate an ethnic and specialty food market in Red Hook Park, Brooklyn". Says NYC food meister Ed Levine of the vendors:

The Red Hook Ballfields, where Latino families put up makeshift restaurants serving real, honest food of their home countries, is one of the last bastions of real food to be found in NYC. If it's replaced by a Starbucks or a series of dirty water dog carts or some generic high bidder, it would be a travesty.

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