The Holiday Hot Dog Stand That Outshone Radio City

The Holiday Hot Dog Stand That Outshone Radio City

The streets surrounding Rockefeller Center get very crowded during the Christmas season.  Sidewalks that are usually fairly clear at night and on weekends become nearly impassable.  In addition to the tourists and local folk making their annual pilgrimage to the Rockefeller Center Tree, the street vendors who normally close up after office business hours stay open to service the big crowds.

This year, the owner of one of the hot dog stands has outfitted his cart with Christmas lights to make his business stand out from the rest.

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  1. This is an incredible shot, you are really talented, love all your NYC, but this one is my favorite I think!

    1. Dave, thank you very much.

  2. Mark,

    Spent part of last night and this morning looking at your photos.

    You’ve got a lot of great shots! I especially like Long Island City, but many others are also excellent.


  3. Thanks for the comment, Bobby. Please feel free to subscribe to the feed so you won’t miss my new posts. It really means a lot to get the positive feedback.

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