Smorgasburg Williamsburg

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Details
90 Kent Ave (at N 7th St)
Brooklyn, NY 11249
(718) 928-6603
Street Food Gathering
Hours
Sat: 11:00 AM–6:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Great place to grab some grub before a show at nearby Brooklyn Bowl or the Music Hall. From lobster rolls to brisket to deep fried delicacies. Your stomach AND your wallet will thank you.
  • "Foodie heaven! 100+ vendors with diff. cuisines trying to feed you within a block radius. Bring an appetite, do tapas-style tastings, and relax with a view of the Manhattan skyline in the background"
  • If you're considering saving money by not getting the lobster roll, it's time to reevaluate your life choices.
  • Get there hungry and with plenty of money in your pocket.
  • This weekend the Williamsburg flea turns into an entirely grub-oriented market called Smorgasburg, with over a hundred vendors trying to feed you stuff like fresh local tempeh and heirloom beans.
  • I have a personal rule: don't try to satisfy your craving for mofongo where you satisfy your craving for borscht. This spot is a notable exception to that rule.
  • If u have the sweet tooth grab a hibiscus donut from Amazing DOUGH!
  • Bon Chovi! (deep-fried anchovies) ftw
  • Check out newcomer Mofon-GO's stand at Smorgasburg, offering mofongo topped with chicken or vegetable stew-like fillings. Top either with freshly chopped cilnatro or pork crackling.
  • The perfect Saturday activity for anyone who is hungry. We recommend bike riding there. Dont miss the Pulled Pork Sliders from Mighty Quinns and the Blood Orange Doughnut from Dough!
  • Foodie heaven! 100+ vendors with diff. cuisines trying to feed you within a block radius. Bring an appetite, do tapas-style tastings, and relax with a view of the Manhattan skyline in the background.
  • Everyone knows the lobster roll is the thing to get at Smorgasburg. What the chicken and waffle from Buttermilk Channel Fried Chicken presupposes is, maybe it isn't....
  • Try Empire Mayonnaise Co.s line of artisanal mayos, with more outr flavors available each week (foie gras, black garlic). Its one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011.
  • If the 1st weekend is any indication, the gig is up on what used to be a deep cut brunch alternative for grazing, face-stuffers out there. Get here early (11) and enjoy the food w/o the mob scene.
  • Don't leave without trying a grilled cheese from the Milk Truck and savoring a barbecue pork banh mi from BEP. We also love the Blue Marble Ice Cream and grilled hot dogs from the Meat Hook.
  • Seek out BonChovie, consume, repeat.
  • Porchetta Sandwiches...I ate two! (no regrets)
  • Get sandwiches from cemitas!
  • Good vegan ice cream try the salted Carmel
  • Wow, Mighty Quinn's BBQ is fantastic! Get here early like we did & there's no wait.