Brooklyn’s Original Food Trade Show Returns on June 24

Brooklyn Eats costs $10 to register for the public and it’s free to those in the food or hospitality business.

In a borough as teeming with new small-batch food makers as Brooklyn, it can be really hard—and expensive—to keep up with all the latest pastas and chocolate bars. You might be enticed by a new granola brand that you spot on the shelves of The Greene Grape, but you don’t wanna spend your money until you know for sure that you’ll eat all of it. That’s where Brooklyn Eats comes in.

The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce puts on this yearly event, which will take place at the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge on Friday, June 24, and it only costs $10 to register for the public (it’s free to those in the food or hospitality business). Brooklyn Eats began as a restaurant show in 1998, but has adapted to the booming food and beverage sector as it’s grown, opening up to the public in 2013. They’re bringing in over 100 vendors—including Dolce Brooklyn Gelato, La Newyorkina, Cafe Grumpy, Mike’s Hot Honey, Kelso Beer and so much more—making it a fun way to try out new products and support local business.

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Alicia Kennedy is a Long Island–born, Brooklyn-based food writer and recipe developer.