Any subway line can get there or close enough.
We did not go to the food area.
No totebags by the time I got there, so bring something that won't be a burden while you walk.
I second anyone that advises the coat check - $2 not per item, but for all.
Come early as samples go fast.
No need to purchase food, enough eating places in the area to go afterward.
There is a Bank of America ATM across the street.
Cash is always easier but some booths take credit.
Take the subway, get off at Herald Square (which is a block away).
Do a quick walk-through and then decide afterwards which booths you want to visit.
Don't bring really big bags, except for shopping bags, because it gets crowded.
You only get the tote if you're there early!
Attend any chef presentation because they'll more than likey have samples as well.
We did not go to the food area
They had soup and roll for $6, sandwiches were around $10.
Casual clothers are fine.
Food counter offered nice choices for not much money.
Easy to get to by public transportation
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