Time Out says
Smorgasburg isn't ready to give up on Manhattan just yet. After announcing it would not bring back its South Street Seaport location this summer, the founders of the Brooklyn food fest shared that they plan to move the Manhattan outpost slightly farther uptown to west Soho. At the new Smorg, Manhattanites can plant themselves on one of the dozens of picnic tables under piazza-style lighting while munching on meals from more than 20 vendors, including Smorgasburg favorites Ramen Burger and Destination Dumplings, and newbies like Dan and John’s Wings and Rai Rai Ken. There is also a physical market structure (the new Brooklyn Flea) across the street, so the festival can continue during the winter months as an indoor holiday market.
76 Varick St
|Cross street:||between Canal and Grand Sts|
|Price:||Average main course: varies|
|Opening hours:||Fri, Sat 11am–10pm; Sun 11am–8pm|
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