By Kenneth Miller
Every Sunday, Brooklyn Bridge Park at Pier 5 hosts Smorgasburg, an aching tummy and empty pocketbook’s worst nightmare. From bite-sized yummies with flavors spanning the globe to shiny trance-inducing kitchen gear, it’s hard for patrons not to spoil themselves to one of the hundred vendor’s selections present weekly. Brooklyn vagabonds were spotted last Sunday oozing in delight with each bite, swaying to subtle music, which seemed to be playing out of thin air, as the sun calmly set behind the Manhattan skyline.
Asia Dog’s Thai Mango Relish tops off their Crushed Peanut Glazed Veggie Dog.
Pizza Moto’s Sausage 8″ Pizza.
Mighty Quinn’s Pulled Pork Sandwich.
Bruffin’s Muffins invites attendees to reconnect with their nationality (or sexuality) while remaining gluten and sugar free.
Mimi and Coco’s Potato Teriyaki Balls.
Solber Pupusa serves up the classics from El Salvador.
Vaquero’s Elotes Grilled Corn served with mayo, cheese, and chili.
Rockville Market Farm’s Butternut Doughnut.
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