A gorgeous evening in Brooklyn under the Manhattan Bridge.
The crowd gathered under the bridge for the rows of vendors.
Sweetbread kushiyaki with peperoncino togarashi.
Mama O's Kimchi
Mung bean pancakes with kimchi on top.
Macao Trading Co.
Cold jellyfish salad, tender pork, spicy ginger, and scallion relish.
Foie gras and short rib dumpling in a spiced oxtail consommé.
Spot Dessert Bar
Mrs. Kim's Kimchi
They served Napa cabbage kimchi and jangajji (soy-pickled peppers, Korean radish and garlic).
Kowloon filet mignon tart.
Cold sesame noodles, dried tofu, chili, garlic, ginger, and cucumber.
Kanom sod say: a combination of traditional Thai desserts. The bottom jelly-like cube is made from rice flour, palm sugar, coconut milk, and pandan that's then steamed in a banana leaf. It's topped with sweet grated coconut and a mung bean paste candy.
T Salon Ladies
Julie and Miriam Novalle smiled for the camera in between brewing cups of sencha tea.
Bruce Cost Ginger Ale
They were pouring multiple flavors: the original ginger ale, pomegranate with hibiscus, jasmine green tea, and passion fruit with turmeric.
Garlic rice with eggs and steak.
Squid ink and rock shrimp pancake with bonito flakes swaying on top.
Kimchi fried rice.
Body + Eden
Green tonics, such as this one called "I Have Power," made from tomatillo and watercress. They were also serving I Have Energy, I Have Stamina, and I Have Breath.
A line for pork belly buns.
Desi Food Truck
Haleem: a slow-cooked stew with lentils, wheat, and barley.
Desi Food Truck
Chicken Anda kati roll with scrambled egg.
Sapphire East Dragon
Bombay Sapphire gin, one of the event sponsors, made three drinks, including this one with pomegranate juice, dragon fruit, Bombay Sapphire East (of course), cinnamon syrup, and lemon juice.
Gin and Tonic Reimagined
Bombay Sapphire East, Fever Tree tonic, cinnamon sticks, juniper berries, and lime.
Bombay Sapphire East with Reed's ginger ale and lime juice.
Hanging out inside the Bombay Sapphire bar area.
The trio of Asian American rappers that make up this band inspired by monosodium glutamate were rocking out.