Brooklyn's Dough brought a beautiful lineup of doughnuts, with exotic flavors including hibiscus, blood orange, dulce de leche with almonds, and passion fruit with cocoa nibs.
S'more Bakery was charring up some of their amazing s'mores, which you can also buy in pre-wrapped packs of four.
Anthi's Greek Specialties
Anthi's Greek Specialties from the Upper West Side was serving spinach pie, moussaka, greek salads, and more.
The Vendy Award winner Country Boys and Red Hook Ball field favorite was serving their famous tacos.
Sara Jenkins' Porchetta had plenty of juicy pork to go around.
A Brooklyn Flea classic, Asia Dog was back for another Smorgasburg season of Asian-inspired hot dogs, such as this Thai-style beef dog with mango relish, cucumber, red onion, cilantro, crushed peanuts, and fish sauce.
Another Brooklyn Flea classic: Kumquat Cupcakery's mini cupcakes!
Brooklyn's famous DuMont Burger was grilling some juicy-looking burgers.
Noodle Lane was preparing spicy dan dan noodles (above) with minced pork, vegetables, and chili sauce, as well as cheong fun: a rice noodle dish with peanut sauce.
Schnitz's chicken schnitzel sandwiches came in two varieties: panko fried chicken with sweet onion, jicama-radish cilantro slaw, and beet tzaziki (above), and
the Bamberg: parsley-panko fried chicken, cucumber diakon slaw, and caramelized basil mustard.
First Prize Pies
These prize-worthy pies are available either as miniature or full-sized pies, in flavors like s'mores or margarita (above).
Fine & Raw
Fine & Raw was giving out samples of their all-natural chocolate, made without refined sugars or dairy.
What would opening day of Smorgasburg be without People's Pops shaved ice and popsicles?
It's hard to resist these beautifully stuffed cemitas.
Fish tacos from Chonchos!
Everyone was lining up for Mighty Quinn's slow smoked brisket and hand-pulled lamb sandwiches.
Bite Size Kitchen
Red curry coconut chicken buns with crushed peanuts and cilantro from Bite Size Kitchen.
Handsome Hank's Fish Hut
Fried fish with a squeeze of tartar sauce, a sure sign that summertime must be on its way.
Blue Bottle Coffee Co.
The perfect way to perk up from your inevitable food coma.
I thought I'd seen artisan everything, but this was a new one by me. Smorgasburg is now serving Soy Hound's fresh artisan soy milk to quench your thirst.
Sea Bean Goods
Feeling noncommittal? $1 gets you a soup shot! This Saturday they were serving some very Easter-apppropriate flavors: rabbit stew (above) and curried carrot and apple.
Commerce Bakery brought a variety of beautiful baked goods, but by far the most eye-catching were their tartines, open-faced sandwiches available with spring pea, margherita, or bbq chicken.
Red Hook's famous Solber Pupusas (and 2011 Vendy Award winner) were griddling plenty of Salvadoran pupusas, thick tortillas stuffed with cheese, beans, meat, or vegetables.
Sausages galore. They even had a banana-nutella dessert dog!
Brooklyn Soda Works
Aside from their usual soda, Brooklyn Soda Works was serving Hong Kong-style almond milk—a far cry from any almond milk you've had out of the carton.
Butter + Love
Arguably two of the best ingredients known to man. Their baked goods are clearly made with plenty of both.
Red Hook Lobster Pound
The lobster rolls we all know and love.
Nothing says comfort food like a warm gooey grilled cheese from Milk Truck.
Where do your pickle allegiances lie? With McClure's...
...or Rick's Picks?
The classiest mustard around.
Kombucha Brooklyn was selling DIY kombucha kits with everything you need to make probiotic tea in the comfort of your own home.