In the summer of 2013, perennial food-flea powerhouse Smorgasburg moved into the South Street Seaport to revitalize the post-Sandy community. Fast-forward two years and Smorg is back, with eight vendors turning out their wares seven days a week through mid-October. “Smorgasburg is just one of the ways we are working to make the Seaport District a vibrant destination for both visitors and locals,” says Phillip St. Pierre, Senior General Manager of the Seaport District for The Howard Hughes Corporation. Tucked inside semipermanent stand-alone pods designed by Guild, this season includes Smorg staples like Mexican sandwich outfit Cemita's, mobile grilled cheesery Milk Truck and wood-fired slice shop Pizza Motto, along with Seaport newcomers including Texas-style brisket purveyor Lonestar Empire, Filipino spring-roll slinger Lumpia Shack and the line-inducing Ramen Burger. Satisfy your sweet tooth with key lime pie and blueberry-crumble ice cream sandwiches from the Good Batch. A full 16-stool bar joins the food vendors, boasting two tap towers and rotating goods from Brooklyn Oyster Party, Kelvin Natural Slush Co. and People's Pops.
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