Every Saturday and Sunday from April through October, food lovers flock to Brooklyn for the ultimate gourmet food festival: Smorgasburg. Rain or shine, upwards of 100 curated vendors gather to purvey everything from Korean BBQ sandwiches, homemade doughnuts, ramen, gourmet jerky, and even fresh French macaroons. Many of the vendors hail from Brooklyn, but you’ll also spot some NYC favorites like Luke’s Lobster and La Esquina.
It’s basically a foodie paradise, so come hungry and bring a wallet full of cash. Most vendors only take cash, and nearly everything there will run you between 6 and 8 bucks a pop. Prepare yourself for some lines (the one for chicken and waffles runs at least 15 people deep) and brace yourself for a bit of a crowd. The best way to deal is to get one or two items and make your way to a grassy spot by the water to eat and enjoy in peace.
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