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The Brooklyn Flea is back, too — and it's moving!
Forty vendors will be there through March 2016.
Lebanese-style hummus, honey-whiskey cake, and southern bean cake.
Is this the world’s first white-tablecloth stand-up tasting menu?
Chef Jonathan Kava will finally bring a bit of civilized fine dining to Williamsburg’s gravel-strewn feedlot.
The colossal group of vendors will be indoors from November 8 until March.
Food halls and markets are quickly becoming both vendors' and diners' preferred places for assembling some of New York's very best food.
Expect fried Thai-style pork hock tacos, or beef-tongue Reuben-style versions.
Slow-cooked beef short ribs.
The traditional South American snack is typically made with braised chicken thighs.
Plus: The founder of Gregory's Coffee talks style, someone beat Bobby Flay, and more, in today's leftovers.
Plus: Schnippers' $2 Tuesday menu, and more, in today's Leftovers.
Straight from São Paulo to NYC.
Plus: Gradisca's new chef, and more, in today's Leftovers.
Smorgasburg, an expanded Essex Street Market, and a rooftop farm are coming to the LES.
The London-based smoked-fish seller is also planning on sending a "shipping container smokehouse" across the Atlantic.
Another Smorgasburg vendor moves to open a full-on restaurant.
Williamsburg locals are cool with artisanal biscuits, but some say they don't need them all the time.