Smorgasbar at the Seaport

06/24/2013 in

It is officially summer, and the Smorgasbar at the Seaport is definitely something you don’t want to miss this season.

Brooklyn Flea – one of New York City’s top operating weekend flea markets – has curated a dozen of Brooklyn’s best food and beverage vendors to set up on Front Street (between Beekman and Fulton St.) in the pedestrian-only area of South Street Seaport every day, through October.

Food vendors on Front Street include:

  • Asia Dog
  • Blue Marble Ice Cream
  • Brooklyn Oyster Party
  • Brooklyn Soda Works 
  • Fonda: Mexican Comida
  • Kelvin Slush Company 
  • Landhaus
  • Milk Truck Grilled Cheese
  • Pizza Moto
  • Red Hook Lobster Pound
  • Rice & Miso Everyday

In addition to the food booths and carts, the Flea is operating a full bar inside a shipping container, serving local and other beers, wines, and spirits. There is also a second bar, located on Fulton Street on top of another shipping container, that is available for private events.

Smorgasbar operates Sunday-Thursday from 11am-10pm and Friday-Saturday from 11am-11pm.

Tags: Asia Dog, Blue Marble Ice Cream, Brooklyn Flea, Brooklyn Oyster Party, Brooklyn Soda Works, Fonda, Hurricane Sandy, Kelvin Slush Company, Landhaus, Lower Manhattan, meet a lower manhattan business, Milk Truck Grilled Cheese, Pizza Moto, Red Hook Lobster Pound, Rice & Miso Everyday, Smorgasbar, South Street Seaport

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