Hey everyone! Last weekend I went to the Williamsburg Flea Market. I’ve been there several Sundays already, because it’s a great place to hang out when the weather is nice. The views are already worth the trip! This time I paid more attention to the food section, and it turns out it’s a well known market by itself! It’s called Smorgasburg, and it’s my new favorite spot in Williamsburg on Sundays!
This is a great place to try good food from all over the world:
Smorgasburg happens in two locations every weekend: Saturdays at East River State Park—Kent Ave. and N. 7 St.—on the Williamsburg waterfront; and Sundays on the DUMBO waterfront at the historic Tobacco Warehouse in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Both locations are open from 11am to 6pm, and feature packaged and prepared foods, beverages, and more from purveyors from New York City and across the region, for a total of 75-100 vendors. The markets are always open rain or shine.
More information: smorgasburg.com
I tried something that was remarkably tasty (not for vegetarians though!) I’m talking about Landhaus’ pork chops. You can try one for $3 and it’s well worth it.
Check out the vendor’s page at thelandhaus.com. If you like bacon, you’ll love everything they have!
It was pretty packed with people, but these vendors know what they’re doing. The lines go really fast and you can have lunch by trying small things from here and there.
There’s, of course, some room for deserts! This donuts place seemed really good. Too bad I didn’t have time (and room in my stomach) left to try it, but it smelled delicious. It’s Dough, and it had a very long line, which should be a good signal in a place like this.
Finally, I need to mention this pizza vendor: Pizza Moto. They have a wood fired oven, and that makes a big different. Pizza lovers, this is your spot!
I hope you’ll have a chance to enjoy this market, because I had a great and delicious. Thanks for reading and see you soon!