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Meyer, resulting in fare from over 100
chefs, restaurants and street vendors.
As you work your way around the
many diff erent cuisines, the hardest
decision will be fi guring out where
you’d like to start. As a celebration of
the diversity of the New York City’s
food scene, you have your choice of
international cuisine, including Vietnamese
fare from Falansai, Peruvian
delicacies from Don Ceviche and Latin
American street food from Empanada
Papa, just to name a few.
For those with a sweet tooth,
The World’s Fare has vendors
including fried ice cream
from Moon Dawg Sundaes,
pastries from Orwashers,
Mexican sweets from La
Newyorkina and much more!
Once you eat your way
around the world, you’re
going to need something
to wash it down. For $49,
your ticket will include
a tasting period at
The World’s Fare’s
which off ers a
ranging from international beers such
as Guinness, Heineken and Modelo to
local brews from Brooklyn Brewery
and Coney Island Brewing Company.
Each International Beer Garden
ticket allows the ticket holder
to a two-hour tasting
period with unlimited
tastings. For a complete
list of brews off ered at
the garden, visit theworldsfare.
All day long, not
only will The World’s
Fare offer incredible
food, it will host an
art installation that
will pay homage to
the original World’s
Fair, which was held
in Flushing Meadows Corona Park.
Cody Wells, C3Brix lego master and
Queens resident, will build a Lego
model of the Unisphere, which will
stand tall all weekend long.
The event will also include calligraphy
and emoji drawings from
Japanese ink artist Taisan Tanaka,
live cultural music and dancers, and
a 4-dimensional art installation
that looks like you could
walk right into it.
The event will also
include a visit from
Yama, the largest sumo
wrestler in the
and his sparring
will be able to watch
a live sumo wrestling
demonstration from the
two-time 600-pound sumo
and also attend a meetand
greet with Yama.
For more information and to purchase
your tickets for The World’s
Fare, visit theworldsfare.nyc.
Photos courtesy of the World’s Fare
Destination Dumplings, Photo by @brandtree
The Black Tie Brass Band, a jazz/funk band from NYC
Photo by @brandtree