What to Eat in Smorgasburg Dumbo

204A semi lazy post if you will.  If you havent made it  to Smorgasburg Dumbo you have until November 24th.  Every Sunday in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Ribs, Jerk chicken from Royal Cuisine.  While not exactly falling off the bone, fairly flavorful if you crave the jerk

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Short ribs from Takumi Taco – Absolutely delicious! One of my favorite items here

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Lobster rolls from Red Hook Lobster Pound – A no doubter

Porchetta from Porchetta – I’ve had it in the East Village location and this cant be that different

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Baguette from Pain d’Avignon – One tip I got from Chowhound.  This is one of NYC’s best baguettes.  Try getting it from the Essex market for maximum deliciousness

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Pastrami Dumplings from Brooklyn Wok Shop – Very Nice!

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Brisket Sandwich from Mighty Quinn’s – Angels singing!  But if the line is too long you may turn into a food messenger for a while while your SO stands on line.

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Red Curry coconut Chicken with cashews bun from Bite Size Kitchen – Well done! (chicken sandwich on the right)

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Truffled Adobo Mushroom Rolls from Lumpria Shack – Filipino Spring Rolls never tasted this good – well, I’m not sure I ever had them but you get the idea

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Black and White Cookies from Lassen & Hennings – I didnt have any but the rest of the family did and absolutely loved them.  So much so that I didnt have a chance to take a picture

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3 thoughts on “What to Eat in Smorgasburg Dumbo

  1. Pingback: Its a Dumpling/MSE/French Kind of Day in NYC | Eating With Ziggy

  2. Pru and I explored Smorgasburg today and it was great. We didn’t try any of the things you suggested; Pru wasn’t that adventurous. But we did try the buffalo wings which were amazing and the big smoked turkey leg which was really good. We also tried the pigs in a blanket but we got the spicy ones and they were too spicy for us.

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