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11 Tasty Street-Style Snaps From A Flea Market Just For Food

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    Two things we can't get enough of: street style and food. And, luckily, in NYC there's no shortage of either. Nowhere is this marriage of feast and fashion more evident than on Saturdays at Smorgasburg, a "Brooklyn Flea Food Market" that serves up fresh bites and fresh outfits on a weekly basis.

    To sate our hunger (we can have two lunches today, right?), we spent one long morning, noon, and night hitting up this culinary happening, snapping the coolest looks on glam gourmands. What resulted was one inspirational slideshow that should stimulate both the shopping and munching parts of your brain (we're thinking they're pretty close together). Plus, we convinced our subjects to, well, dish on their favorite foods, too, giving a new meaning to matching your Asia Dog to your high-waisted shorts. Good thing's tomorrow's Saturday….

    When: Every Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    Where: On the Williamsburg waterfront, (between North 6th and North 7th streets)


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