Coney Smorgasburg is the Coney Island cousin of the original Smorgasburg in Williamsburg. Located just across Brooklyn, Coney Smorgasburg includes a mix of art, standing bars, and food vendors. An easy walk from Shorecrest Towers, head down Surf Ave and take a left on Stillwell to visit the event at 1320 Bowery St. at Stillwell Ave. every Thursday – Sunday from 1 – 10pm. Take a look at the vendors below to decide what you’ll have on your next visit:
Blue Marble: These Brooklyn ice cream vendors have made a name for themselves across the borough and beyond with their organic flavors. You can’t miss their strawberry scoop!
Bon Chovie: Bon Chovie rock fried anchovies like no other. For your first taste, pick them up “Jersey Style” and enjoy the pickled sweet peppers and smoked paprika mayo that comes with them.
Dan & John’s Wings: Can you handle the heat? Dan and John bring true chicken wing flavor from their hometown of Buffalo, NY to NYC. Extra points if you’re wearing Bills gear.
El Gato Nacho: Coming from Williamsburg, El Gato Nacho prides themselves on serving the finest nachos and movie snacks in all New York City. Keep returning to try every variation you can think of.
El Super: This husband and wife team from Highland Park brings true seafood tostadas to Brooklyn in their food truck, and now have set up shop at Coney Smorgasburg.
Excell Kingston Eatery:Originally from Jamaica, Chef Novar Excell and his wife Keelia Excell have brought Jamaican flavors to Brooklyn with their homemade recipes.
Home Frite: Who doesn’t love a crispy, hot french fry? Home Frite provides hand cut fries with their homemade sauces, bringing you a whole new french fry experience.
La Newyorkina: After traveling throughout Mexico, owner Fany Gerson was inspired to bring the flavors of her native country to New Yorkers. Sourcing local ingredients and donating a portion of sales to charity are only two things that set La Newyorkina apart. Enjoy a delicious paleta (ice pop) or sweet from their booth.
Mile End: From smoked meats to baked goods, this Jewish delicatessen brings new flavors to traditional foods.
Mofongo: What is Mofongo? It’s a Puerto Rican dish made of mashed plantains, garlic, and pork cracklings. These gluten free treats can be made with a variety of vegetables or chicken, so they’re very customizable.
Queen Cobra Thai: Queen Cobra offers Coney Island visitors the chance to try authentic Thai street food without leaving Brooklyn. Try a crispy lotus root and sticky rice on the side, and cool down with a Thai iced coffee!
Red Hook Lobster Pound: Celebrate Summer with a Red Hook lobster roll, straight from Maine. Taste the freshest seafood on the variety of lobster rolls, from the BLT to the Connecticut-style roll.