We were in Dumbo—under the Manhattan Bridge, literally— for the Lucky Rice Asian food festival Night Market on Saturday night. The rows of vendors, which included Asian restaurants like Sripraphai and Red Farm, as well as non-Asian ones like Maialino and Cookshop, lined up to serve dumplings, soba noodles, kimchi, green tea-ramisu (get it?) and other great bites.
It was a beautiful night in Brooklyn, with live music performed by the Notorious MSG and drinks from Bombay Sapphire. Check out the slideshow to see all the bites from the evening.
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