100 vendors prepare for next week's World's Fare festival

NEW YORK -

Vendors are gearing up to impress your taste buds next week at the second annual World's Fare food and culture festival.

The World's Fare co-founder Elizabeth Aloni says the festival emphasizes the beauty of America's diversity. The festival will bring together 100 vendors from over 100 cultures.

Helena Fabiankovic, co-owner of Baba's Pierogies, looks forward to taking part in the festival as a vendor. She said festival-goers will get to embrace the food of the world.

Bart Hubbuch, owner of Memphis Seoul, says he's fascinated in how the festival will draw a wide spectrum attendees. He says every culture has "foodies."

About 10,000 people are expected to attend.

The World's Fare will take place at Citi Field in Queens on May 18 and 19.

 

 

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