This Harlem-based fast casual spot expanded to Long Island City and Rockefeller Center in 2020. Fieldtrip’s focus is freshly-milled rice, which you’ll find in the form of dishes like vegan joloff bowls and scallop-riddled gumbo. Remember Fieldtrip when you’re looking for a one-bowl meal that will eliminate your need to do dishes or find fulfillment elsewhere. They’re open for takeout and delivery, and you can order directly from their website.
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