Pie Pops from Pie Corps
We do love our pie here at Serious Eats, and pretty much everything is better on a stick, making these pie pops from Brooklyn's Pie Corps automatically awesome.
Hot Dogs from Dickson's Farmstand Meats
Dickson's was grilling up some mighty fine looking hot dogs, and we even overheard someone snagging some sauerkraut for their dog from Sour Puss Pickles a few booths over. Not a bad idea!
Morris Grilled Cheese
This gooey beauty from Morris Grilled cheese is a blend of NY state cheddar and NH landaff. It's no surprise that they ran out of the gouda, pork jowl, and ramp butter melt, and for those who found it too hot out for a grilled cheese, they also offered a cold sandwich with ricotta, cucumber, zucchini, and mint.
Tempura from Wasan
Wasan was frying up a variety of vegetable tempura, and as an added bonus they have Japanese pickles for sale as well.
Tis the season for lots of lobster rolls, and Luke's Lobster is certainly no stranger here.
For your crab cake fix, National Crab had crab cake sliders made with Chesapeake Bay blue crabs.
We already know and love La Newyorkina for their Mexican paletas (ice pops), but we're excited to see that they've ventured into ice cream as well. Keeping with their theme of bringing the exotic flavors of Mexico into their sweet frozen treats, they had piloncillo-roasted pineapple peach sorbet, queso fresco strawberry ice cream, and avocado ice cream.
P&H Soda happily had a booth neighboring La Newyorkina, so you could easily get any of their excellent sodas (of any flavor combo you could desire) with a scoop of ice cream for a refreshing ice cream soda.
If you're in need of something healthier to drink, you can get your fill of fermented tea at Kombucha Brooklyn. It just so happens that the respective founders of Kombucha Brooklyn and P&H Soda are brothers; potables seem run in the family.
Sour Puss Pickles
Sour Puss Pickles also has an outlet here, selling jars of their pickled wares.
Kings County Beef Jerky
For a snack that's meatier, Kings County's beef jerky comes in an assortment of flavors, such the Korean BBQ jerky pictured here.
All the way from Somerville, MA, Taza Chocolate's Mexican-style chocolates are all about simplicity of ingredients. Dairy-free, gluten-free, and soy-free, the ingredient lists is generally limited to cacao, sugar, and a flavor such as cinnamon, vanilla, or spicy chipotle.
Liddabit Sweets went all-out with maple sugar cotton candy on a pretzel rod stick, as well as their usual caramels and chocolates.
Sullivan Street Bakery
These tomato-studded beauties from Sullivan Street Bakery were looking pretty irresistible.
Orwasher's Bakery ensured that beautiful breads abounded.
There's nothing quite like fresh pasta, and there was plenty to be had at Bambino Ravioli. Many of their ravioli and pastas had been made just that morning, including their seasonal lobster ravioli.
Hailing from Vermont, Ledgenear Farm's maple syrup puts even the 100% maple store-bought stuff to shame.
Red Bee Honey
No, they has nothing to do with the famous red bees of Red Hook. Instead, Red Bee sells single-origin honey, where each variety has subtle flavor differences based on the flower that the bees collected their nectar from.
This nutty Atwells Gold cheese from Narragansett Creamery stood stiff competition from the delicious spreads they sold as well. A perfect place to stock up for your next picnic!
Cellars at Jasper Hill
Another booth hailing from Vermont, their Cabot clothbound cheddar was looking quite excellent.
These beautiful, fuzzy peaches came from Toigo Orchards, who also brought tomatoes and Persian cucumbers.
Do Re Mi Farms
These happy-looking radishes come from Do Re Mi Farms of New Hampton, NY.
Queens County Farm
Even closer to home, the produce from Queens County Farm is grown here in NYC.
Bellocq Tea Atelier
The assortment of teas from Bellocq Tea Atelier were simply stunning. If you're not in the market for fresh tea leaves, you can get a cold, refreshing cup of their herbal chai iced tea.
Bellocq Tea Atelier
As an added bonus, their tea comes in some of the classiest containers we've ever seen.