Archive for the ‘Smorgasburg’ Category
This new South Indian style Carroll Gardens eatery is so good, you'll be Dosa-eyed for days. Trust us.
We could go ahead and list 2,013 reasons why we're thankful for another amazing year of vintage, handmade, and small batch magic, but we figured better to stop at 6. But seriously, Happy New Year everyone. Here's looking forward to a happy, healthy, refurbished, upcycled, awesome 2014! And thanks for the support!
Think you could be the next Ramen Burger, Mighty Quinn's, or Asia Dog? We're looking for fresh faces for the outdoor season.
Yeah, yeah, it's not 2014 yet, but it's close enough, which means it's time to start reflecting on the "Best of" the big 1-3.
Colin Spoelman and David Haskell (founders of Kings County Distillery) present The Kings County Distillery Guide to Urban Moonshining: How to Make and Drink Whiskey, a canvas of whiskey’s history and culture from 1640 to today, as part of Greenlight's Brooklyn Chefs Series, 12:30-2:30pm
This weekend, cider makers from the Northeast and across the country converge in New York City and the Hudson Valley to celebrate orchard-based libations and the revival of the heirloom apple varieties that are used in the fermenting process. Swing by Smorgasburg this Saturday to drink an apple and save an orchard. We'll have 4 ciders for sampling on tap!
Check out Cool Hunting's "hearthwarming" 4 minute film on the serious labor that goes into Smorg and Flea vendor PizzaMoto's wood-fired, oven-making process.
A pumpkin patch, pumpkin decorating, temporary tattoos, a petting zoo, assorted games, crafts, and a raffle—all free and right next to Saturday's Smorgasburg from 10-2pm! So bring the family and have some fun.
Masala Tacos, Malaysian Rendang Curry, sauces galore—and some serious sweets.
Come meet the godmother of the local, whole foods movement—and get a hand signed copy of her newest book.