Martinez Food Vendors
This Red Hood Park vendor was selling beautiful, huge huaraches as seen here, as well as quesadillas and tacos.
This vendor was serving up savory crêpes made with—you guessed it—buckwheat flour!
Milk Truck was churning out grilled cheeses as fast as they could make them! This grilled ham and cheese is looking perfectly gooey, pinstriped, and ready for eatin'.
They're no stranger to the Brooklyn Flea, so it's no surprise that you can get your Asian-inspired hot dog fix at Smorgasburg as well. Pictured here is a tastily dressed beef dog with Thai style mango relish, cucumber, red onion, cilantro, crushed peanuts, and fish sauce.
This booth was solely dedicated to serving these beautifully composed cemitas.
Queen's Dahn Tu
Liza Queen left her Greenpoint restaurant Queen’s Hideway to travel to Vietnam and learned how to make Vietnamese street food. Now she's returned, and lucky for us she's sharing her knowledge in the form of Bun Thit Nuong—BBQ pork on cold rice noodles—and other authentic Vietnamese dishes.
Strawberry basil, blueberry chai, and blackberry & pear with cream were just some of the flavors Poeple's Pops had for sale on Satuday. Of course they had their delicious shaved ice as well!
Arcadian Pastures farm had a one-item menu for their booth: BLTs. Made with bacon from the farm's own pig, these sold out early.
This grilled pork and vermicelli is from the booth of the Vietnamese pop-up BẾP, which was also serving up coconut milk infused corn and fresh coconut juice.
Red Hook Lobster Pound
What would a sunny flea market day be without lobster rolls? Red Hook Lobster Pound was there to make sure there was plenty of your favorite summertime crustaceans.
These tacos are bursting with meat, onions, and tons of fresh cilantro.
Sunday Gravy sold their famous chunky pasta meat sauce either over noodles or in a "bread boat" as shown here.
Sara Jenkins' famous pork sandwiches, cut fresh to order.
Shorty Tang & Sons
These cold sesame noodles are based on the recipe of Shorty Tang, famed for his version of these noodles in Chinatown in the 1970's. Now his sons are bringing them back. The noodles went so fast that the booth had to close to restock on ingredients by mid-day.
Biscuits here are served two ways: with gravy or with clotted cream and mixed berry jam. Wash either down with a mate with honey, or a refreshing southern sweet tea with Angostura bitters.
Brooklyn Oyster Party
The oysters, ready to party.
Another early sell-out, Speedy Romeo served up-gorgeous looking handfuls of fresh mozzarella with an assortment of cold pairings, such as roasted mushrooms with ramp salsa, marinated tomatoes, and grilled asparagus.
Mimi & Coco NY
These balls with various fillings such as octopus or shrimp are a traditional street food in Japan.
La Buena served a creamy, blended gazpacho that was perfectly smooth throughout.
Canelés abounded at this booth by Social Eats. If you haven't had one before, these little French cakes are carmelized on the outside with a creamy, custardy center.
Nana's Frozen Bananas
These are no ordinary bananas! No, these are frozen till not-too-hard, dipped in chocolate, and sprinkled in as many toppings as your heart desires. Every banana should meet this fate.
Kelvin Natural Slush Co.
Saturday turned out to be surprisingly warm and sunny, and people were lining up in droves for these perfectly refreshing slushes from Vendy Award winner Kelvin Natural Slush Co.
Anarchy in a Jar
Not only a great name, but the jams they were sampling were absolutely stunning. Strawberry Balsamic, Grapefruit & Smoked Salt Marmalade, and Easy Like Sunday Morning Blueberry Jam were just some of the flavors they brought on Saturday, along with homemade Italian pizzelle cookies for spreading on.
These bread & butter pickles they were sampling were pretty divine.
Selling their popular artisinal ginger ale and tonic water, this is the perfect booth to stock up on supplies for your next batch of G&Ts.
Flour City Pasta
Curry linguine was just one of the many varieties of dried pasta available from this Syracuse-based pasta maker.
Bloody Kim Jong-il mix. Need we say more?