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Smorgasburg is always a good idea on the weekend. I’ve been to the Williamsburg location before and decided to try the Prospect Park location since it is open on Sundays. Went with a group of friends and were pleasantly surprised. Parking is a bit tricky,...More
Lots of food vendors with an amazing selection of foods. Thought the prices were pretty reasonable, too. Was fairly crowded on a beautiful Sunday afternoon but we still found a place to sit on picnic benches in the middle of the food offerings. Parking wasn’t...More
A very very cool food market, all the food looked incredible and all the food we had was amazing! If I lived nearby I would go every weekend until I tried everything.
It is on the pricey side, but that's what you get for it...More
What a huge selection!! It was great. Reasonably priced compared to Manhattan prices. We took the ferry from Manhattan. Short walk from the ferry. Our group of 7 were totally satisfied with the selection of food. Nothing we had was below great.
Prospect park was designed by Olmstead who was also responsible for Central Park in New York and Mt Royal Park in Montreal.Unlike these tourist meccas Prospect remains a community park, not overcrowded and teeming with great events like this one. More than 100 vendors arena...More
take the kids for a great day out in Prospect Park, there's plenty to do or nothing at all. just walk off the calories while making the difficult decision of which to eat first....dessert or appetizers or the main meal.
we found that arriving very...More
The weather was miserably hot and humid, but we had a great time. Prices are a little high, but not above what you'd expect at a fair or a food truck park. Our group had a great time trying several options and sharing. Water is...More
This place was so fun, as predicted nearly impossible to choose what to eat. If you want to feel part of a community and not like one of a horde of tourists smorgasburg is worth seeking out. Yhere'd a beer tent but we brought our...More
Lots of great food choices here and almost no redundancies of food types between the vendors. Tons of variety- my girlfriend and I especially liked the natural base beverages booth (we had orange-thyme and raspberry-apricot) and the cuban sandwich place. A fun activity for a...More
Response from cassieglove85 | Reviewed this property |
It's just food vendors. Over 100!!!
However, this is in Prospect Park, 526 acres of gorgeous land, including Brooklyn's last remaining natural forest. Trust me, you will find no shortage of things to do in the park.