Smorgasburg LA's 2017 Food Lineup Has Been Announced
Foodies, farmers market goers and Brooklyn émigrés alike rejoiced Wednesday as Smorgasburg LA—the West Coast outpost of Brooklyn's massively popular outdoor food market—released their 2017 vendor lineup.
Smorgasburg made its New York debut in 2011 as a spin-off from Jonathan Butler and Eric Demby's Brooklyn Flea, and opened in L.A. last summer at downtown's Alameda Produce Market. The weekly Sunday market closed for the holidays in December and will officially reopen for 2017 on January 15.
A number of new vendors will be joining the 2017 lineup: Brothecary, Bukchae, Duck Duck Goose, Kohk & Sahk, Littla Llama Peruvian Tacos, Tamale Shoppe, and Workaholic and Hummus Yummy.
Brothecary, according to their website, appears to sell high-end bone broth in a variety of flavors. Some of the flavors that high-end bone broth can come in in 2017 are "Broffee" (a coffee-based concoction), "Beet Blush," and "Hot Greens." And it all actually looks pretty delicious, per their Instagram.
L.A. Weekly reports that Bukchae can be described like so: "Imagine the turkey legs at Disneyland, then imagine them prepared in the style of Korean fried chicken." We were unable to find any other references about the business online. Hummus Yummy will sell hummus, and Duck Duck Goose traffics in foie gras, which is apparently legal again.
Here's the full list of 2017 vendors, via the team at Smorgasburg:
Black Sugar Ribs Co.
Bub and Grandma's Bread
Duck Duck Goose
The Jolly Oyster
Khok & Sahk Jerky
Little Llama Peruvian Tacos
The Nomad Truck
Stand Coffee, LLC
Sticky Rice on Wheels
T.J.'s Tacos L.A.
Viva Los Cupcakes
Wanderlust Ice Cream
We Have Noodles
Smorgasburg LA is located at 746 Market Ct. in the Arts District. Every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Free parking for up to 2 hours. No dogs.
Note: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that there were only four new vendors.