You can get your Robicelli's cupcake fix here in a dangerously wide array of flavors, including this cinnamon bun cupcake made with cinnamon sugar spotted cake, cream cheese buttercream, cinnamon butterscotch, and streusel.
Literally steps away from the northern-most entrance to the Dekalb Avenue subway stop.
These irresistible mini-doughnuts come in bags of 6 or 12, and best of all, each batch is made fresh to order...
Joe the Art of Coffee
Joe the Art of Coffee has an outpost here—this would pair well with a doughnut, right?
Reused and recycled
All of the various shops are housed in salvaged shipping containers, making this one of the most unique semi-permanent outdoor markets in the city.
For your savory needs, Maharlika is serving up Filipino food, such these deliciously marinated chicken BBQ skewers.
Mazie's brings you international soul food inspired by comfort food from all over the world, such as these vegetarian tacos.
Once a restaurant in Murray Hill, Pasticcio now serves Italian food in Dekalb Market. They have paninis, salads, an array of bruschetta, and as soon as they get their pasta machines up and running, they'll be serving fresh pasta.
A place to sit and eat
There's plenty of seating in the middle of the market, with a tent overhead in case the weather turns foul.
For a harder kind of brew, Brooklyn Beats had plenty of Lager and Summer Ale from Brooklyn Brewery to go around.
Sour Puss Pickles
Sour Puss Pickles also has an outlet here, selling jars of their pickled wares.
The shops at Dekalb Market
We really only came here for the food, but Dekalb Market also has several local craft and clothing shops that are well worth perusing once your belly is full.