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- 98%Local Culture
- 74%Adventure Travelers
- 74%Budget Travelers
- 51%Luxury Travelers
- 51%Business Travelers
- 51%Nightlife Lovers
Member Reviews (13)
- SmorgasburgMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 4Oct 20, 2013
Now with two locations -- Williamsburg on Saturday and Dumbo on Sunday. This great little collection of independently-owned pop-up food stalls is a gem. Consistently good food at reasonable prices in a festive setting.
Currently located at Pier 5 on Sundays.
- SmorgasburgMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 7Sep 06, 2013
I can't get enough of this place. It's open from I believe April till October/November. It's a flea market of Food...and really good food. A mix of brick & mortar and food truck vendors offer everything from BBQ to tacos ,Bolivian food to Ethiopian, Lobster rolls to Fried Chicken and Turkey drumsticks to coffee, tea, ice cream, donuts. It's open on Saturdays and on Sundays some of the vendors show at the Brooklyn Outdoor Flea Market...same location
- SmorgasburgAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 4Aug 15, 2013
A weekly extravaganza of eating and flea-marketing, right on Williamsburg's stunning waterfront, is what Smorgasburg is all about. From April up until November 17th, every weekend brings about Brooklyn hipsters, Manhattanites looking for some alternative fun and massive amounts of tourists. Saturdays hosts Smorgasburg, full of eating stalls (also now in DUMBO), while Sunday hosts the BK flea market. The vibe is amazing, the food is oh so tasty, and the Manhattan skyline views is just what the doctor ordered for a weekend in the city.
- SmorgasburgDec 20, 2012
Smorgasburg is the summertime weekly food version of the Brooklyn Flea. There are dozens of stalls set up with local food vendors in the East River Park every Saturday from 11-6pm where you can taste samples or buy a meal. The market is set up near a grassy park where you can spread out a blanket and enjoy a picnic next to the water. If you're coming from Midtown, take the ferry - it drops off right at the festival gates after a convenient 10 minute ride!
- SmorgasburgNov 14, 2012
Depending on if it fits into your schedule, this is a definite must. A ton of NYC food vendors come out and set up shop in a lot in Brooklyn on the water and everything is absolutely fantastic. Great way to sample a lot of the hidden gems NYC has to offer.