A U-shaped bar counter that will be serving seasonal small bites in the $6 to $15 range.
Green chili mac and cheese isn't summer food in the least, but we dug the slightly spicy take on the creamy cheese sauce.
Want Roberta's excellent pizza without the trip to Bushwick? Go for it here. This pie with crisp, charred kale, mozzarella, and lemon oil will do you right.
A line from Roberta's graffiti-inspired stall decorations: Why did the hipster burn his mouth on his pizza?
He ate it before it was cool.
Red sauce-slinging Sunday Gravy had some lighter vegetable crostini on hand.
No one has bigger balls than these guys.
A grilled cheese with stringy Oaxaca and a spicy corn purée. The buttered crust is dusted with salty, crumbly white cheese.
Cannoli in more than just the standard flavors, such as Nutella.
Mayhem and Stout
Mayhem and Stout is selling braised meat sandwiches with a variety of toppings, such as this pulled pork with a harissa-spiked chili sauce and a crunchy slaw.
La Sonrisa Empanadas
Blistered empanadas are fried to order.
This cute mini doughnut machine spits out—you guessed it—cute mini doughnuts.
We tasted a hint of coffee in this moist s'mores brownie.
Meatball vendor Mighty Balls sells meatballs in a range of proteins.
Steve's Ice Cream + Brooklyn Soda Works
Steve's Ice cream shared a booth with Brooklyn Soda Works, which means soda floats of all kinds.
Sigmund's sells large soft pretzels in flavors like cinnamon raisin.
Fan favorite Asia Dog is around selling their spin on haute dogs.
Soft Serve Fruit Company
Banana-based soft serve from Soft Serve Fruit Company is on the icy side, but refreshing all the same.
Yup, there's an empty chalkboard-lined booth for your doodling pleasure.
No shipping containers like you'll find at Dekalb; these are more like the vendor rowhouses you find at Madison Square Eats.
Food vendors are clustered towards the back directly underneath the High Line, where you'll also find some picnic tables.
Red Hook Lobster Pound
We saw lots of lobster rolls in the hands of customers, perhaps people getting one last taste of summer.