Brooklyn bakery Dough's doughnuts were a hit as usual. Pictured here: passion fruit with coco nibs.
Scharf & Zoyer
Jewish-inpired sandwiches are the specialty at Scharf & Zoyer. Behold the Kugel Double Down: noodle kugel 'bread' with maple farmers cheese and pickled apples and onions
Columbian corn areaps from Palenque.
Anarchy in a Jar
AND they now have a jam-tastic cookbook available!
The seriously original noodles that we have been so excited about sold out in a heartbeat. Pictured here are noodles with sea urchin.
Mimi & Coco
As seen at Smorgasburg, Mimi & Coco brought their Japanese street food "teriyaki balls" to Hester Street as well.
Good old Asia Dog is back! Left: spicy ketchup + jalapeno mustard + crushed salt and pepper potato chips. Right: Japanese curry + homemade kimchi apples.
Brooklyn Oyster Party
A party of oysters. In your mouth.
Rice & Miso Everyday
Grilled riceballs with sweet soy sauce and bonito flakes
Pipcorn sells bags of freshly kettle-popped organic non-gmo popcorn. The special breed of corn they use pops into smaller, extra-adorable popcorn.
Alchemy Creamery not only makes some of the best vegan ice cream I've ever tried, but they also make PUSH POPS. These are filled with Luna's Kiss (a.k.a coconut green tea) ice cream.
Indian paranthas made-to-order.
Since there's no such thing as too much barbecue, Lonestar Empire entered the Smorgasburg scene with their Texas-style slow smoked brisket.
Pizza Moto is back and bearing good news: they're working on opening a brick and mortar restaurant!
That pork can't wait to be in your sandwich.
Here's to a another great season of Smorgasing!