Fany Gerson is selling 8 flavors of her signature paletas in both mini and regular sizes; we loved a deep purple hibiscus.
Mile End, selling their Montreal-style bagels (which they're now baking themselves, rather than importing) with various cream cheeses and fishes, including an excellent smoked mackerel spread (which they're, as you'd expect from a shop specializing in smoked meats, smoking themselves).
Killer Finnsh ryes from Nordic Breads (see our writeup here)
This New York operation, which sells various Eastern European-tradition pickles, krauts, and beets along with (of course) gefilte fish, will be selling both packaged products and their gefilte ready to eat.
The all-S'mores, all-the-time bakery, which you may recognize from Smorgasburg (S'moresgasburg?) is selling 5 kinds of s'mores, in both mini and regular sizes, torched to order.
All sorts of cookies and snacks from the popular New York Ovenly.
If you haven't tried Danny Macarons yet, those alone are worth the trip. (I'm partial to the ones drizzled with homemade sea salt caramel.)
The popular Brooklyn market itself has a booth for vendors that don't have their own, selling goods from Brooklyn Salsa Company, Anarchy in a Jar, and Whimsy & Spice.
Cookies and more from the San Francisco bakery.
This Brooklyn Italian restaurant will be selling their own mozzarella and ricotta, plus portions of pastas, meatballs, and more.
Harlem-made popcorn in 5 different flavors: Rosemary, sea salt, "crabby" (Old Bay), white truffle, and kettle corn. It's made with small kernel hulless popcorn, co-owner Jen Martin told us, so that when popped, the hard kernel breaks up into super-small pieces.
Many flavors of mayo, from the Brooklyn mayo shop.
The San Francisco restaurant-and-market will be selling packaged spice blends (as well as popcorn coated in said spice blends, to eat right at the market).
Brownies, granola, and cookbooks from the famed San Francisco bakery.
Popcorn, sweets, and more from one of our favorite local candymakers.
Many flavors of salt water taffy.
Sour Puss Pickles
In many varieties.
First Prize Pies
Strawberry-basil, S'mores, and bourbon pecan pies from Allison Kave of First Prize Pies.
Cornbread, Red Velvet danishes, and fried chicken spice mix from the Harlem restaurant.
The San Francisco ice cream shop will sell scoops of Secret Breakfast (bourbon-cornflake; my favorite) and Vietnamese coffee ice cream.
Imperial Woodpecker Sno-balls
Classic NOLA-style snoballs (light, fluffy shaved ice) from New Orleans native Neesa Peterson.