Friday, March 14, 2008

Viva Los Huaraches!



I like how I'm addressed as "Dear Citizen."


dateFri, Mar 14, 2008 at 3:43 PM
subjectFood Vendors of Red Hook Park
mailed-byparks.nyc.gov

Dear Citizen:

A year ago, you wrote to us to share your love of the huaraches, pupusas, tacos, and other Latin American delights available each summer in Red Hook Park. At the time, we told you that we were obligated to issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) in order to comply with the regulations for concessions that were established by the city charter.

I am pleased to inform you that this week we awarded a permit to the longstanding Food Vendors Committee of Red Hook Park. Thanks to the joint efforts of many elected and appointed officials, the Food Vendors Committee of Red Hook Park, and the support and enthusiasm of people like you, we will be enjoying some of the finest food to be found in New York City – or anywhere, for years to come.

I have attached a press release with more information about our announcement. Thank you again for your support, and I look forward to seeing you in Red Hook Park this summer!

Sincerely,

Adrian Benepe
Commissioner

image care of Roboppy.

5 comments:

Commonly Cheap said...

Stumbled in and just wanted to say hi. Very interesting blog!

I would like to invite you to leave a comment on my blog. At my blog I ask people to tell me about their day in seven words or less. Just leave me a comment with your seven words, you can do it anonymously. If you'd rather not, then have a nice day.

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Don Gochenour said...

Oh my God, that looks good. I'll just imagine that the chunks of meat are bits from the garden...

Commonly Cheap said...

Thanks for leaving a comment. You're always welcome to tell me about your day in seven words!

My mouth watered once again when I saw that photo. Thanks! I can almost smell it.

Have a great day.
http://todayinseven.blogspot.com

SoundBitesNYC said...

Does anyone know when the first week is? Prolly still a month off I'd guess.

And Don...they probably do a veggie version. It's as big as your forearm, btw.

the ozz said...

Last year, they opened on May 5 (a week later then they had anticipated), so I imagine around the same time?