Discover the early origins of food trucks in New York City with this remarkable historical photograph from the early 1900s. Positioned outside Frances Draz & Company, these two horse-drawn food "trucks" serve as vibrant hubs of culinary delights. With workers sheltered under umbrellas adorned with advertisements for Bloomingdales and Young's Hats, they offer a tempting array of fare, including 3-cent frankfurters (or 2 for 5 cents), lemonade, and more. As customers seek a delicious meal, pedestrians traverse the busy sidewalks, creating a lively atmosphere at this corner of NYC.
Beautiful photo, fast delivery, excellent packaging. This photo will hang in our office pantry where our employees can enjoy it. Thanks!