Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Sasha's Kitchen: Visit to 'Smogasburg'

Red Hook Lobster Co's Lobster Roll

Brooklyn is known for its famous year round flea market, the Brooklyn Flea. In the summer months, it's outdoors and splits its time between the Williamsburg waterfront and Fort Greene. But this is a food blog, I really don't write about outdoor flea markets, as fun as they might be in the summer, right? Well actually, this year they added Smogasburg to the list of markets. Smogasburg is a huge, outdoor all food market that showcases many of Brooklyn's great food businesses, restaurants, and other fabulous foods made in that great Brooklyn locally grown tradition. They have everything from Brooklyn Salsa Company to Red Hook Lobster Pound to Blue Marble Ice Cream to Dough's delicious doughnuts, and more great food venders likely coming soon. In my view, the lobster rolls from Red Hook Lobster Pound, Thirstea Cafe's bubble tea and Dough stole the show . . . this time.

Here's some of the delicious foods we tried.

Mimi & Coco Japanese Teriyaki balls

Kumquat Cupcakery mini red velvet cupcakes

Kumquat's root beer float mini cupcakes - or check out MINE!

Delicious doughnuts from Dough - my favorite or the blood orange glazed ones which they didn't have at the market on Saturday.

Bubble Tea (yeah, yeah so its sideways)

Best. Korean. Sesame. Noodles. Ever


1 comment:

  1. Loving the food markets-I would have spent a lot at Smogasburg, not to mention how much I would have ate!


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