There’s a Frozen Greek Yogurt Cart on the Streets

The happening.
The happening. Photo: Courtesy Pago

Last night was Manhattanhenge, a celebrated day of synchronicity between the city grid and setting sun, so it’s only fitting this morning brings the introduction of two more powerfully aligned forces of nature: Greek yogurt and food carts. Frozen Greek yogurt will now be available on the street. New York Street Food reports Pägσ is the offshoot of Uncle Gussy’s and will sell sorbet and gelato in addition to plain frozen Greek yogurt; toppings will likely follow. The “self-sustainable cart” is currently stationed at 51st and Park, apparently the same corner where the original Uncle Gussy was selling hot dogs way back in 1971. That’s the enduring power of nature for you. [New York Street Food, Related]