Monday, May 23, 2011


We went to Smorgasburg on Saturday and boy was it delicious.  Tip: get there early!  By arriving at 12:00 PM we missed some of the lines, but by the time we were contemplating seconds (and thirds) things were out of hand.  We went with our friends Robyn and Joe (parents of the cute children pictured below) and collectively some favorite items were:

  • Pork sandwiches from Porchetta - $5!
  • Hot dogs from The Meat Hook (note: they are very juicy, the shirt I was wearing is ruined)
  • Crack pie, Arnold Palmer icees, and blueberry cookies from Milk Bar
  • Garlic toast from Scratchbread (note: this is pure garlic, we received a critique of our breath a full 24 hours later)
  • Boysenberry chai popsicles from People's Pops
  • A giant biscuit with clotted cream and blueberry jam from King's Crumb (they also served savory biscuits with sausage gravy)
With the exception of the $16 lobster rolls which we didn't get, everything was $5-$7.  Such a deal!  The only thing missing was a beer vendor (hint).  Here's to fitting in a little bit of Brooklyn summer before I head off!  Our gluttony led us to need a little nap in East River park after :)

Photo by Oh MG

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