b'Best of Food & DrinkStreet Food NHVWhats the easiest, and possibly cheapest, way to travel around the world? Put on your walking shoes and tour the four street food districts in New Haven. A complete loop is 5.4 miles, but chances are youll be full before you finish. Youll travel from Downtown New Haven with its historic green, admire the Yale Whale (Ingalls Ice Rink designed by Eero Saarinen) at the Sachem District, then head over to the Cedar District (near the Yale School of Medicine and Yale New Haven Hospital) with its long history of food carts. Finally, or firstly if you arrived by car, you can be wowed by Food Truck Paradise at Long Wharf located off of I-95 at exit 46. Featured dishes include Chicken Lo Mein; steak and cheese sandwiches, beef, chicken and veggie tacos, pizza, ribs, empaadas, cashew nut chicken, falafels, General Tsos chicken, Caesars salad, lamb curry, coffee, tea, cupcakes, ice creamyou get the picture.Street food has long been a staple in New Haven, especially by the Yale School of Medicine, Yale New Haven Hospital and along the shore. These hot spots have been around since the 80s. Going back to 2010, the Medical District was getting rave reviews for its international cuisine, including an article in the New York Times. And the accolades havent stopped. streetfoodnhv.com25'