The World’s Fare Returns to Citi Field For Its Second Year

Worlds Fare 2019 Featured
The World’s Fare returns to Citi Field May 18th & 19th.

The 1964 World’s Fair was hosted in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park and was themed
“Peace Through Understanding.” Millions of visitors attended the fair to explore the
countries that were represented from around the world.

Schneps Media has reimagined this iconic fair by hosting “The World’s Fare” at Citi Field.
The event is expected to draw 10,000 people who can celebrate the diversity of New York
City by experiencing the most broad selection of international cuisine, beer, music, dance
and activities.

Booza Worlds Fare 2019
Credit: The World’s Fare.

The second annual World’s Fare has a fantastic team of the City’s leading culinary voices
that have curated the diverse food offerings. In addition, culinary co-chairs include
Citymeals on Wheels co-founder Gael Greene; Chef Alex Raij, Founder, Chef & Owner
Txikito, El quinto pino, La Vara, Saint Julivert Fisherie; Cookbook Author: The Basque Book
and Chef Anita Lo, Author of SOLO: A Modern Cookbook for a Party of One.

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Worlds Fare 2019 Featured 2
Credit: The World’s Fare.

The World’s Fare will be hosted Saturday, May 18 and Sunday, May 19 in the parking lot of
iconic Citi Field, home of the New York Mets. The ballpark is centrally located in New York
City, near the 7 line and the Long Island Rail Road’s Mets-Willets Point station and a short
distance from Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.

Event Highlights

  • 100+ curated chefs, restaurants and street food vendors selling their food
  • An international beer garden offering unlimited tastings of 50+ international beers
  • Cocktail bars will offer international cocktails throughout the event
  • Shopping pavilion where visitors can find authentic items, jewels, art, clothes and more.
  • Awards for best food determined by committee members and tastemakers.
  • Art, music, and activities embracing and transcending many different cultures and age
  • Cooking demonstrations and activations
  • Family Zone where families can celebrate diversity through music, art, movement and

The World’s Fare is 11am – 8pm on both days. Tickets are being sold for entry for access to
vendors and activities as well as 3 hours of unlimited beer tastings in the International
Beer Garden for those 21 and over. Tickets are available online at

The Food Vendor Lineup includes:
2 Dough Boyz, 718HeatFactory, AD Catering Events, All American Wontons, American PharoahZ, An Artistic Taste, Antico Noe, Baba’s Pierogies, Balkan Bites, Barbecue On A Stick, Better Than Your Mother’s, Bk2PR Catering LLC, Black 6 Coffee, Cafe Esencia, Caribbean Street Eats, Carter’s Chips, C-Bao, Chef Jimmys Vicious Creole Cycle, Chef Troy’s Table, Chiflez – Choklo Chuzos, Colonia Verde, D’Abruzzo NYC, Danny Macaroons, Delicacy Brigadeiros Craft, Desi Food Cart, Destination Dumplings, DiRiso Risotto Balls, DOMI, Don Ceviche, Donovan’s Pub, Down East Lobstah, Dua Divas, Duck Season, Empananda Papa, Farida Cuisine Grill, Gaucho Burger Company, George Motz’s Oklahoma Fried Onion Cheeseburger, Ginger And Lemongrass, Gracey’s Culinary Specialties, Guantanamera Queens, In Patella, Island Express, Jaa Dijo Dom, Joey Bats Cafe, Keki Modern Cakes, Kish Kash, Knot Of This World, Korzo Restaurant, Kurry Qulture, La Maoli, Lion City Coffee, Little Porky’s, Long Island Festival, Macaron Parlour, Maganda, Mangalista by Mosefund, Marslo Buns, Melt Bakery, Memphis Seoul, Meta Asian Kitchen, Miss Holly’s Smokehouse, Moffle Bar, MOJO Dessert, Moon Man, Mum’s Kitchens, Nachos Libre, Nansense, Nuchas, NY Nurture Natto, Oaxaca Taqueria, Organic Olive Juice, Perros y Vainas, Pham-To-Table, Pickle Me Pete, Raviolo, Recolte Artisan Bakery Café, Republic of Booza, Rooster Boy, Sam’s Fried Ice Cream, Sdsauce, Silly Chilly Dumplings, Smooth Pops, Souffle Pancake NYC, Stuffed Ice Cream, Tanabel, Tania’s Kitchen, Tasty Chaufalan (previously Choklo), Tea and Milk, The Arepa Lady, The Baking Bean, Twisted Potato, Vaccaro’s Bakery, W.A.R. LLC, Wafels Dinges, What’s The Dillaz, Wild Bill’s Soda, Wind Rose, with Bee and Zen Yai.

The International Beer Garden includes:
Aguila, Angry Orchard Rose, Asahi Super Dry, Sam Summer, Blue Moon Belgian White, Coney Island Beach Beer, Cusquena, Defender IPA, Carib Lager, Corona Premier, Fosters, Furstenberg Pilsner, Lil Heaven, Goldstar, Imperial Lager, Lech, Marathon 26.2 Brew, Bel Air Sour, Modelo Negra, Mythos, Pacifico, Modelo Especial, Smirnoff Variety Pack, Paulaner, Hefeweizen, Pearsecco, Pilsner Urque ll, Prestige, Quilmes Lager, Road Jam, Magners, Woodchuck Bubbly Rose, Spike Pina Colada, Strongbow, Tecate, Peroni, Tiger, Truly Wild Berry, Tsingtao, Tyskie, Labatt and others.


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