The market opened over Easter weekend in downtown Brooklyn. Old favorite vendors were joined by fresh newcomers.
Robicelli's kicked off their first day back at Dekalb Market with the popular chicken n' waffle cupcakes. As usual, expect daily rotating cupcakes and other treats.
Joe the Art of Coffee
Get your caffeine fix at Joe the Art of Coffee.
Dub Pies brings their Australian/New Zealand style meat pies to the market.
Find freshly baked pain chocolat, brioche buns, and sandwiches at Madhouse.
Mayhem & Stout
In the mood for sandwiches stuffed with braised meats? Mayhem & Stout is for you.
It isn't proper outdoor eating without some outdoor grilling. Here, sausages are grilled for "The Tony," a sausage and peppers sandwich.
Each weekend there will be a different group of food vendors bringing their delicious treats to the market. One of those vendors was Tofumato; they offered fried tofu and tomatoes on a stick.
On opening day of the market, Macaron Parlour brought their tasty macarons.
For meatball lovers, Mighty Balls and their popular meatballs were around.
Thirsty? Get your wine and beer at the new bar.
The eating area is surrounded by the food vendors for easy access to all the tasty food options.
The farm is maintained by groups like 3rd Ward and Brooklyn Grange.
There is also a greenhouse.
Eventually cooking classes will be offered at Dekalb Market.
Each week there will be different animals at the petting zoo.
Also, let's not forget that people can shop for clothes, jewelry, and other retail goods.
There's also a stage for live performances.