STATE OF ICELAND, NY – The NYC Winter Lantern Festival at Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden in Livingston has plenty of dining options for visitors.
Whether you’re in the mood for party treats like fried Oreos or crispy chicken kills or tasting a cup of hot potato soup, there’s something for everyone.
Here are some of the foods that are on sale at the mega event.
The aforementioned chicken bids, sold by MFB Events, come paired with fries in a basket at a price of $ 14.
Do you not want the chicken? You can still get an order of french fries for $ 6.
Burgers cost $ 10 each, while hot dogs will give you $ 6.
Go over to Mister Bocadillo’s stand for unique festival dishes such as canjica, a Brazilian sweet treat made from corn, coconut, milk, sugar and cinnamon. And a 12-ounce cup costs $ 6.
Mister Bocadillos also sells hot potato soup for $ 6 per serving, as well as $ 5 churros that can be dipped in chocolate, Nutella, dulce de leche and more.
Is it really a festival without funnel cakes? For $ 9 you get a huge portion of the fried dough.
A plate of fried Oreos costs $ 9, while a soft pastry costs $ 6.
Do you need to warm up? And head to cost $ 3. Coffee, hot cider and hot chocolate each cost $ 4.
HOW TO GET TICKETS
The festival runs from 16.30 to 21.30 every Friday, Saturday and Sunday until 9 January.
From the 24th of December until the 2nd of January, the festival takes place every night.
Tickets cost $ 24.99 for regular admission or $ 16.99 for children ages 3 to 12.
Visit nycwinterlanternfestival.com to purchase tickets.
The Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden is located at 1000 Richmond Terr.
For more information on Snug Harbor, visit snug-harbor.org.
INFO ABOUT TRANSPORT, PARKING
Shuttle tickets are available for $ 5 per person through the NYC Lantern Festival website. The bus departs every 30 minutes from St. George Ferry Terminal. Children under 3 can ride the shuttle for free. Shuttle passes must be purchased in advance and cannot be used as admission tickets to the festival.
On-site parking is available for $ 20 per person. vehicle. There are a limited number of parking cards. The on-site area can be accessed from Tyson Street and Fillmore Street.
There is also limited street parking on Richmond Terrace and Henderson Avenue.