Smorgasburg is an iconic New York food market that features the best local foods and drinks that NYC has to offer. Every weekend, tens of thousands of people gather to enjoy the array of food stands and vendors. There are several local restaurants that take part in this weekly food market.
The New York Smorgasburg kicked off in April and will be popping up weekly through October. The World Trade Center location is open on Fridays between 11:00 AM and 7:00 PM. The Jersey City location will be operating between 11:00 AM and 6:00 PM every Saturday. There is also another location in Prospect Park’s Breeze Hill that runs between 11:00 AM and 6:00 PM every Sunday. Although there was a delay, the iconic Smorgasburg Williamsburg market will open on June 18 and run every Saturday between 11:00 AM and 6:00 PM.
This epic food festival has received wide recognition and was even called “The Woodstock of Eating” by The New York Times.
Smorgasburg began all the way back in 2011, and it has spread to Brooklyn, Manhattan, New Jersey, Los Angeles, and Miami. It has even grown internationally, with pop-ups in Japan and Brazil. Every year, it attracts tens of thousands of hungry customers to enjoy what the local food vendors have to offer.
Smorgasburg is a partner with the New York City nonprofit company Rethink Food with the mission to create sustainable food systems to communities across the country.
Some of the delicouse vendors in the New York City locations include Carlitos Barbecue, Bona Bona, CBao, D’Abruzzo, Duck Season, and more. There are options for everybody, and Smorgasburg also caters to those with dietary restrictions.
Don’t miss out on this chance to eat some of New York City’s best foods while also supporting local restaurants and vendors. Smorgasburg will be running each week in its New York City and Jersey City locations through October.
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