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Buzzy seasonal outdoor foodie market on Saturdays, offering 75+ vendors & city skyline views.- Google
"Then end your meal with a ice cream sandwich from The Good Batch."
"We topped off our experience with doughnuts from Dough."
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Ida Noelle
2 months ago
I like that there is a wide selection of vendors but it can get very crowded with long lines which can be frustrating. I really liked the pork scallion wraps (forgot the vendor name sorry!) and hibiscus donuts from Dough
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Andrew Duchi
a week ago
Worth going to see the vast array of food vendors. I find it a bit overwhelming though.
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Chris McIntosh
a month ago
Went here several times last year. Expect to spend a bit of money if you want to sample a variety. Doughnuts from Dough, grilled cheese from Milk Truck, and huge chunk of maple bacon were some of my favorites.
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Rashmi Joishi
8 months ago
One of the many things that makes this food fair better than the others in Manhattan is it's beautiful riverside location overlooking the Manhattan skyline. But of course, it's the food that drags all foodies to this place. Don't have a sweet tooth, so no reviews about any desserts. Plethora of options here. It's taken for granted that you can't try all at once, so go around and pick your favorites. The ones I've tried are these. Bon Chovie - Try the fried anchovies here, if you're a sea food lover. Beware, the anchovies come with both head and tail! Paratha Alley - 2 Parathas for $7 and man they are delectable! Loved the fish and kheema(chicken) parathas. They comes with youghurt, Indian pickle and pickled onions on the side. Filling! Bamboo bites - Food is delicious, presentation is unique, but portion size is less. Try the 'Chicken satay'. Ramen burger - The line here is never ending and honestly it's overrated! Red Hook lobster - This one's there at every food fair including 'Broadway Bites'. Service is fast, so you don't have to wait for too long. Expensive, but then it's lobster! Takumi taco - $5 for 1 shrimp taco. Taste-wise, rather disappointing. Mighty Quinn - Didn't get to try this, thanks to the lengthy wait. But then you get this outside of the fair too in it's other locations in the city. Apart from the above, corn on the cob, spicy whole mango, snow cone, ice-cream sandwiches seem popular. Don't remember the names of the stalls, but you'll figure them out as you walk around. CASH ONLY place, but they have ATMs setup in case you need to withdraw cash. There's a Dogfish Head beer stall with plenty of seating. All in all, the hype is completely worth it. So get there before it ends!
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Carolyn Lemieux
8 months ago
My family ate at the Smorgasbord this past Sunday. All the of the food we had was phenomenal. The sandwich from Cemita's was out of this world good. We also got a curry bowl, oysters, and a cheese pop which were all very good too. There was a fries stand that we wanted to try but the line wrapped around the tent. Only bad thing about the place was how crowded it was. Be prepared to have to bump into people to get where you want to go. Maybe at the location it normally is at its not that crowded but I don't think they were prepared for all those people. But it's well worth the crowd for the awesome food. Also they only deal in cash.
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Lawrence Chan
9 months ago
Come with an empty stomach and a handful of cash! This was such a fun place to walk through. There are so many vendors serving up all varieties of food. I had the most delicious cemita while enjoying the view of the skyline. Afterwards, I got an ice cream sandwich, which was heavenly. There were so many places I wanted to try but the stomach can only hold so much! I'll definitely be returning!
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Naiel Iqbal
9 months ago
This trendy, foodie-centric market has seen its popularity grown substantially over the last couple years. Many previously unknown vendors have started there and gone on to establish thriving restaurants, such as the Delaney's BBQ. While the location of the market changes on Sat & Sun, the vendor line up is fairly constant. It's a well run event and aside from long lines and slightly high prices, there's not much to complain about. The views on NYC are great, and the vibe is great.
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Dan Lee
10 months ago
Moly. Come with plenty of cash as you will spend it. The food in this market is amazing. Open all summer and autumn until November time, and worth a visit at anytime but take a brolly as its open air. So many good places to eat its hard to pick one of the vendors out. The Thai was spot on, the Pork BLTs are something of biblical proportions. Ice Cream Sandwiches had a queue longer than any teenbop concert. Come and enjoy plenty of food. Park on 2nd street and walk up before its busy. I had a foodgasm.
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