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Ahahaha HAHAHA haha! Governor’s Ball announced last month that Guns n Roses are the big surprise guest, and, boy are we excited! Ok… so it’s not THIS Axl and there is no Slash, but at this point, who cares!? It’ll be dark, you’ll be tipsy, the songs are still awesome and we are ALL going to be karaoke-ing along. I mean, he DID lose some poundage and is still boinking girls half his age… Shall we let the guy live? Eh, why not.

Ahahaha HAHAHA haha! Governor’s Ball announced last month that Guns n Roses are the big surprise guest, and, boy are we excited! Ok… so it’s not THIS Axl and there is no Slash, but at this point, who cares!? It’ll be dark, you’ll be tipsy, the songs are still awesome and we are ALL going to be karaoke-ing along. I mean, he DID lose some poundage and is still boinking girls half his age… Shall we let the guy live? Eh, why not.

WE’RE GOING OUTSIDE! @bkflea + @smorgasburg Finally! Like a bear from hibernation, a butterfly from it’s cocoon, we are bursting back outdoors with all our fellow flea vendors and a handful of exciting newcomers to all 4 Brooklyn Flea locations this weekend. COME OUT AND PLAY!!
SATURDAY:
Fort Greene Flea: 176 Lafayette St. (btwn Clermont + Vanderbilt) 10am-5pm
Smorgasburg: Williamsburg: NEW LOCATION: East River State Park (@N. 7th) 11am-6pm
SUNDAY:
Williamsburg Flea Market: East River State Park 10am-5pm
Smorgasburg: DUMBO: Tobacco Warehouse (30 Water St.) 11am-6pm

WE’RE GOING OUTSIDE! @bkflea + @smorgasburg Finally! Like a bear from hibernation, a butterfly from it’s cocoon, we are bursting back outdoors with all our fellow flea vendors and a handful of exciting newcomers to all 4 Brooklyn Flea locations this weekend. COME OUT AND PLAY!!

SATURDAY:

Fort Greene Flea: 176 Lafayette St. (btwn Clermont + Vanderbilt) 10am-5pm

Smorgasburg: Williamsburg: NEW LOCATION: East River State Park (@N. 7th) 11am-6pm

SUNDAY:

Williamsburg Flea Market: East River State Park 10am-5pm

Smorgasburg: DUMBO: Tobacco Warehouse (30 Water St.) 11am-6pm

Housemade #KIMCHI done right! So fresh and so clean clean.

Housemade #KIMCHI done right! So fresh and so clean clean.

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MEET THE VINH!
In 2004 our good friend Vinh Nguyen arrived from LA on the front steps of Mel and Steve’s Brooklyn apartment with all his earthly possessions vacuum-sealed and stuffed into two 517.3 ton suitcases along with an immeasurable amount of knowledge and ambition to make a name for himself in the food/drink-industry. After a few notable stints in bartending, catering, and wine-repping he spent some time in culinary school and then dove head-first into his ultimate dream: a restaurant that would introduce the diversity of Vietnamese cuisine to our demographic outside of just pho. That dream became Silent H, a spacious yet modest establishment that took over the much-loved former Oznot’s space on the corner of Berry and N9th in Williamsburg (now Cafe Colette). From here he served a bevy of traditional Vietnamese plates but all with his signature flare: shrimp toast, beef carpaccio, peppercorn pork chop, mushroom crepe to name a few. Although he limited his banh-mi service to lunch, it was his distinctly delicious sandwiches that garnered him notoriety in the neighborhood and landed him a story in the New York Times. This is also where Steve began his first foray into the food world. Already possessing a passion and an innate knack for cooking, Steve was brought on to run the lunch-counter at Silent H making endless banh-mi’s and picking up all the tricks of the kitchen trade that he could learn from Vinh along the way. It was this opportunity that gave Steve a jumpstart with the tools and ideas that led us to Asiadog, so it was only natural that our very first hotdog, and most popular to-date, would be inspired by the banh-mi and be named after Vinh.

MEET THE VINH!

In 2004 our good friend Vinh Nguyen arrived from LA on the front steps of Mel and Steve’s Brooklyn apartment with all his earthly possessions vacuum-sealed and stuffed into two 517.3 ton suitcases along with an immeasurable amount of knowledge and ambition to make a name for himself in the food/drink-industry. After a few notable stints in bartending, catering, and wine-repping he spent some time in culinary school and then dove head-first into his ultimate dream: a restaurant that would introduce the diversity of Vietnamese cuisine to our demographic outside of just pho. That dream became Silent H, a spacious yet modest establishment that took over the much-loved former Oznot’s space on the corner of Berry and N9th in Williamsburg (now Cafe Colette). From here he served a bevy of traditional Vietnamese plates but all with his signature flare: shrimp toast, beef carpaccio, peppercorn pork chop, mushroom crepe to name a few. Although he limited his banh-mi service to lunch, it was his distinctly delicious sandwiches that garnered him notoriety in the neighborhood and landed him a story in the New York Times. This is also where Steve began his first foray into the food world. Already possessing a passion and an innate knack for cooking, Steve was brought on to run the lunch-counter at Silent H making endless banh-mi’s and picking up all the tricks of the kitchen trade that he could learn from Vinh along the way. It was this opportunity that gave Steve a jumpstart with the tools and ideas that led us to Asiadog, so it was only natural that our very first hotdog, and most popular to-date, would be inspired by the banh-mi and be named after Vinh.

GOVERNOR’S BALL! Ok, so no American kid under the age of 23 knows who The Stone Roses are, but we sure bet they know who KANYE is! As well as the whole lot of other amazing artists that are performing at this year’s Governor’s Ball. New York now has it’s own premiere music fest in the same vein as Coachella (LA), Pitchfork (CH), Bonnaroo (TN), etc. and we are pleased to announce that we will be returning for the third year alongside Mexicue, Luke’s Lobster, Coolhaus and more. Tickets are now on sale. Get all the info HERE and let the warm-weather anticipation begin!

GOVERNOR’S BALL! Ok, so no American kid under the age of 23 knows who The Stone Roses are, but we sure bet they know who KANYE is! As well as the whole lot of other amazing artists that are performing at this year’s Governor’s Ball. New York now has it’s own premiere music fest in the same vein as Coachella (LA), Pitchfork (CH), Bonnaroo (TN), etc. and we are pleased to announce that we will be returning for the third year alongside Mexicue, Luke’s Lobster, Coolhaus and more. Tickets are now on sale. Get all the info HERE and let the warm-weather anticipation begin!

SUPERBOWL PARTY PACKS!

One more day to place orders for your Superbowl Party Packs. Call/email us by tomorrow, Friday 10pm and receive 10% off! All your glorious options HERE including SIDES and BEERS.

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We made THE largest kimchi kalbi omurice in the world for DIANA and KYOKO’s double birthday celebration in upstate New York. Best . Weekend. Ever!!

We made THE largest kimchi kalbi omurice in the world for DIANA and KYOKO’s double birthday celebration in upstate New York. Best . Weekend. Ever!!