Smorgasburg, the High Line, Brooklyn Bridge Park — during the summer, there are any number of places you can see standout New York food vendors all in one place. But what about on weekend nights, even during the winter? That’s where Brooklyn Night Bazaar comes in. This organization, which has done one-off pop-ups in the past, will now be open every Friday and Saturday night year-round in Greenpoint — bringing together food, crafts, music, and much more.
On the food side? Expect such Brooklyn favorites as Ample Hills Creamery (a Prospect Heights scoop shop beloved for its creative ice cream flavors) and BrisketTown (Dan Delaney’s wildly popular barbecue joint). Other standout vendors include the Lobster Joint, Oaxaca Taqueria, Rosamunde Sausage Grill and the Arancini Brothers, making fabulous fried rice balls out in Bushwick.
Like any weekend party, wine and beer will be available. And while you could go for the food vendors alone, the Night Bazaar is a multi-faceted market, with local craft and clothing vendors, art exhibits, scheduled live music. Sounds like a party, and a free one at that.
Brooklyn Night Bazaar
165 Banker Street