Whole Foods Tribeca isn’t the only location with new snack options. Brooklyn Flea is partnering with the chain to launch a new, rotating restaurant at the Whole Foods on Bowery.
Beginning on Monday October 22, food vendors from the Flea’s weekly Williamsburg market will take turns at a space on the café level, working there for the month before handing it over the next team. The restaurant will be called Smorgasburg at Whole Foods Market Bowery.
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Cemita’s is up first, with, obviously, their layered cemitas ($8.27) and tacos made with fried chicken, carnitas, or mushrooms ($3.90), among a few other snacks. After that, expect grilled cheese sandwiches from Milk Truck, followed by smoked meats from Mighty Quinn’s.
A Smorgasburg-themed retail shop is also in the works, with plans to open in early 2013.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on October 10, 2012