Fresh Argentine empanadas and delicious Belgian waffles are now available from the food purveyors serving at the Herald and Greeley Square Park kiosks.
At Greeley Square, Nuchas is now serving up some of the city’s best empanadas to hungry shoppers, office workers, and Midtown visitors. In addition to a selection of gourmet empanadas and Argentine pastries, the Nuchas kiosk offers full coffee service by La Colombe Coffee Roasters, and gourmet icy treats from Kelvin Natural Slush Co. 34th Street Partnership is thrilled to bring this inventive and high quality vendor to the district, and help facilitate the opening of the company’s first brick and mortar location. Nuchas is open 6:30am - 9:00pm Monday - Thursday, 6:30am - 11:00pm Fridays, 8:30am - 11:00pm Saturdays, and 9:00am - 9:00pm Sundays.
Across the bowtie at Herald Square, Wafels & Dinges brings a bit of Belgium to Midtown. These guys are pros, and have been producing delicious Belgian waffles for New Yorkers since 2007. You’ve seen their yellow trucks all around town, and may have stopped by the Wafels & Dinges kiosk at the Holiday Shops at Winter Village, where they’ve been serving sweet treats for over three winter seasons. The new Herald Square location is open daily, 7:00am – 10:00pm.
The Wafels & Dinges menu at Herald Square includes traditional Liège wafels and a wide variety of dinges (toppings), including Belgian Chocolate Fudge, Dulce de Leche, Maple Syrup, Nutella, and the famous Spekuloos spread. There are savory delights as well, including the BBQ Pulled Pork Wafel and the new Chicken & Gravy Wafel Biscuits. Visitors can also sip on hot chocolate, coffees crafted especially for Wafels & Dinges by Brooklyn Roasting Company, or the legendary Spekuloos milkshake, a drink that was previously only available at the East Village location.
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