Park Slope's Kiwiana brought a taste of New Zealand with a marmite- and manuka-braised baby back rib and kale slaw.
A country ham and Carolina gold rice croquette gave a taste of Southern comfort food.
House-cured salmon bruschetta and pairings of Pinot Noir from Brooklyn Winery.
Fort Reno served nuggets of braised beef over hoecakes, little pancakes made from cornmeal.
Cheryl's Global Soul
Curry crab was paired with apples in this snack-like bite.
Instead of cupcakes, the Robicellis made brownies made with Sixpoint beer.
Bowls of barbecue shrimp gumbo from Soco.
The Chocolate Room
Now here are the cupcakes. Adorable mini chocolate versions from The Chocolate Room.
Loreley served a big tangle of German sausage on a bed of sauerkraut.
Yup, there were sliders. But not just any sliders. These were duck liver and brisket boudin ball sliders.
The Stone Park Cafe
Stone Park Cafe also brought some sliders to the party: braised short rib with creamed spinach and beet relish on housemade potato rolls.
The Arancini Brothers brought rice balls in vegetarian and carnivorous versions.
The Saint Austere
Creamy polenta with spicy sausage and cipollini onion from Saint Austere.
The Meatball Shop
The Meatball Shop brought Greek-style lamb meatballs with Greek salad and yogurt sauce.
Pastrami-style house-cured short rib with truffled sauerkraut, rye bread, and "Brighton Beach dressing" from Benchmark.
Clam chowder from Gowanus's Littleneck clam shack.
An Nhau offered tray upon tray of assorted banh mi sandwiches.
D. Coluccio and Sons
An assortment of traditional salumi from D. Coluccio and Sons.
More brownies! These dark double fudge brownies came from Sweet Loren's.
Grilled shrimp with white bean salad and citrus vinaigrette from Fornino.