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Enjoy A World Of Flavors At The Annual Taste Of Times Square

Indulge in delicious bites from some of the top restaurants in Times Square while enjoying live performances from a selection of New York City musicians

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Stretching from Broadway to 9th Avenue on 46th Street, the annual Taste of Times Square celebrated more than 50 of top restaurants in the neighborhood at this vibrant outdoor food and music festival. Guests enjoyed bites that ranged from 2-6 "taste" tickets ($1/ticket). Here are some of the best eats!

Crespelle alla Savoiarda from Barbetta

Barbetta, which celebrated its 100th Anniversary in 2006 (it's the oldest restaurant in New York that is still owned by the family that founded it), presented Crespelle alla Savoiarda. This cannelloni-like crepe was filled with vegetables and smothered in a B├ęchamel and marinara sauce.

Pork Ribs and Chicken Wings from Virgil's Real Barbecue

A crowd favorite, Virgil's Real Barbecue featured Memphis pork ribs, smoked chicken wings, as well as a combo of ribs and wings for those indecisive souls. The pork ribs were extremely tender and juicy, while the chicken wings had perfect smoked flavors.

Chicken and Sausage Jambalaya from Bourbon Street Bar & Grille

This bowl of tasty jambalaya had addicting, irresistible heat and flavors. The spicy andouille sausage, chicken breast, and chopped vegetables paired well with the rice in cajun sauce.

Baby Back Ribs from E&E Grill House

E&E Grill House, which specializes in grilled items and the freshest ingredients, served tender baby back ribs smothered in savory BBQ sauce, as well as braised short rib sliders and watermelon gazpacho.

Onigiri from Brooklyn Ball Factory

A modern Japanese cafe, Brooklyn Ball Factory featured Onigiri, or Japanese rice balls, stuffed with either seaweed or pickled plum. Additional items from this establishment included fried chicken skewers and Dorayaki, or Japanese pancake sandwiches.

Lo Mein from Dim Sum Palace

Located on historic Restaurant Row, Dim Sum Palace showcased delicious Chinese fares like lo mein, fried rice, congee, and BBQ bun. The Lo Mein featured chicken and pork with vegetables.

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