WeCouldEat everything at Smorgasburg! We just can’t seem to get enough of this weekly Brooklyn outdoor cheap eats orgy. As I mentioned in my first Smorgasburg post, this place features dozens of the best food vendors in NYC all in one place. It can be overwhelming here, so I like to go in with a bit of a plan.

In my second Smorgasburg visit we went with American classic comfort foods. We devoured the popular porchetta sandwich ($10) from Porchetta, which is simply just meat on a roll, which tells you just how juicy, tender and flavorful this boneless Italian pork is.

Next, we visited New England by way of Brooklyn for the shrimp roll ($10) at the Red Hook Lobster Pound. This classic is sweet maine shrimp tossed in a roasted garlic & tarragon mayo and served on split-top bun. Perfection.

Act III was a slammin’ sausage from Brooklyn Bangers. This beast was topped with the classic combo of mustard, ketchup and kraut and was so satisfying with its full flavored meatiness, trumping your average hot dog by a mile.

For dessert, what is more American than PB & J? We were fortunate to stumble upon the PB & J bar from Cutie Pies. This bar packs a ton of flavor in a solid, filling, crumbly square. It’s a nice treat to round out our day.

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