April 11, 2012


I had the resolve to make it out to Williamsburg (BKLYN) this past Saturday for the season opening of Smorgasburg (A Brooklyn Flea Food Market). It is basically a nosher's paradise with many local vendors selling bite-sized snacks for under $10 a pop. The best part of the event for Manhatannites is the event's proximity to the East River Ferry stop at N. 6th St. / N. Williamsburg. The bf and I took the Ferry from 34th Street and made a pleasant trip along the East River admiring the NYC skyline with the Empire State Building and Chrysler Building in the backdrop. Of course, there are other ways to get to W-burg by train and bus but the ferry was a much better reason to be outside!
The East River Ferry: $4 from Manhattan to Brooklyn! Get off at N. 6th St. / N. Williamsburg to get to Smorgasburg.

Many many food options including.... pickles, ice cream sandwiches, doughnuts, ASIADOGS, milkshakes, sliders, hot dogs, nom nom nom. Had to make a few laps around the place to finally make a decision.

Finally decided on these little buns of joy from the Brooklyn Cured vendors. Hot pastrami on a petite rye bun with a whole-grain beer mustard.

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