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Every Saturday at the Williamsburg waterfront 15,000 to 20,000 visitors gather to attend Smorgasburg, the crème de la crème of food markets. Earlier this year Smorgasburg developers Jonathan Butler and Eric Demby announced their latest venture: Smorgasburg Upstate at the Hutton Brickyards in Kingston. Like the Brooklyn market, Smorgasburg Upstate will run every Saturday until October. The first season will feature approximately 75 vendors offering food, vintage and handmade goods including: The Anchor, Brooklyn Oyster Party, Hookline Fish Co., Seraphine Bakery, Terrapin Restaurant, The Ardent Forager, Breida with a B, Hazel and Hudson, Lovefield Vintage, and Vinyl Rescue. Smorgasburg Upstate was originally slated to open in early June, but will now kick off on August 6. Admission to the market is free.

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