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Opening Day for Foodies

Mark your calendars: The outdoor feeding season starts now.


Brooklyn Flea
176 Lafayette Ave., at Clermont Ave., Fort Greene; April 7
Look for: Masala chai and South Indian dosas; Rice and Miso’s rice balls and miso soup.

East River at N. 6th St., Williamsburg; April 7
Look for: Mozz Shop’s Italian corn dogs, Parantha Alley’s spicy whole-wheat roti, Soy Hound’s flavored soy milks.

Dekalb Market
138 Willoughby St., at Flatbush Ave., Downtown Brooklyn; April 7
Look for: A new beer and wine garden, and food container shops vending cheesesteaks, chicken wings, and fro-yo from Park Slope’s beloved Culture.

Red Hook Ballfields
Bay St. nr. Clinton St., Red Hook; April 28
Look for: The current street-food champion of the world (they won the Vendy last year), Solber Pupusas.

Hester Street Fair
Essex St. at Hester St.; April 28
Look for: Fried chicken and hush puppies from Pies ’n’ Thighs, wood-fired muffuletta pies from White Belly Pizza, and microbatch ice cream from Ample Hills Creamery.

New Amsterdam Market
South St. nr. Peck Slip; April 29
Look for: A fourteen-bakery Bread Pavilion on opening day, and a regional-cheese extravaganza on June 24.

Rockaway Taco
95-19 Rockaway Beach Blvd., Seaside; May 19
Look for: The peninsula’s best fish taco, and don’t forget the hipster boardwalk concessions.

Brooklyn Bridge Park
Pier 6, Furman St. at Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn Heights; May 26
Look for: Bark Hot Dogs, the thinking man’s wiener shop, returns with 60 seats indoors and room for 180 on the roof.


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