Having read about it doing some pre-trip research, some friends from New York mentioned they preferred the Smorgasburg in Brooklyn on Sunday, as opposed to Williamsburg on Saturday. The only difference I could see is that they don't serve alcohol at the Brooklyn one although it's coming, so keep that in mind when deciding which one to go to. I'd imagine that might impact the type of experience you might have, but not sure. It is busy and there are often lines at specific stalls, but every vendor brought their A game so you don't necessarily always have to follow the crowd. There aren't that many places to sit in the area where the food is served but plenty of benches with great views of Manhattan are just a short walk away.
The crowd is what makes this only four out of five, but that's to be expected (fully acknowledging that I was part of it) and where else are you going to have Jamaican, Korean, Bolivian and Pigs in a Blanket in one meal? (Your food experience may vary.)
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