|The newest food court tenant|
(Originally published 3/27/17)
Owner Cory Nelson has signed leases with four very different new food vendors to replenish his Troy Kitchen food court that has seen several original occupants leave.
As usual, he's letting the information trickle out first via the Times Union, and promises to actually tell the public the names of the vendors once every few weeks beginning sometime next month. You know, building suspense.
The vendors will specialize in halal street food, soul food, Jamaican food, and chopped cheese sandwiches. The latter is a sort of loose-meat cheesburger sub that for some reason has become so popular in Harlem and the Bronx that, back in November, The New York Times published a feature on it called "The Chopped Cheese’s Sharp Rise to Fame."
The year-old Troy Kitchen, located at 77 Congress Street, is open for lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday and brunch on Sunday.
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