A Summer Season Of Smorgasburg At The Seaport

05/14/2015

Smorgasburg

By:  Justin Dizon

Love food but have trouble choosing from among Lower Manhattan’s growing array of amazing eateries?  Well fret no more, because you’ll soon find many of them all in the same place.

Starting Thursday, May 21st, and running all the way through October, Smorgasburg returns to the Seaport district seven days a week for all of your lunch and dinner needs. Returning favorites this year are as Cemita’s Mexican sandwiches, Milk Truck grilled cheese, Pizza Moto and Red Hook Lobster Pound.  Joining these veterans are newcomers Lonestar Empire (with their slow-smoked Texas-style brisket), Lumpia Shack’s Filipino spring rolls, the renowned Ramen Burger and Schnitz breaded-chicken sandwiches.

No matter your culinary preference, there is sure to be something for you.  In addition to all the wonderful food, Seaport Smorgasburg will also have a fully functional bar (a Smorgasbar, if you will, hehe).  The Smorgasbar comes equipped with tap towers paired with four beer taps and eight bar stools per tower and features a rotational selection of goods from Brooklyn Oyster Party, The Good Batch ice cream sandwiches, Kelvin Slush Co. and People’s Pops.

Located at 19 Fulton street, the Seaport Smorgasburg will be open Mondays – Thursdays from 11:30 A.M – 8:00 P.M; Fridays from 11:30 A.M – 9:00 P.M; Saturdays from 10:30 A.M. – 9:00 P.M. and Sundays from 10:30 A.M. – 8:00 P.M.  Additional info can be found here.

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