Each year on Anthony Bourdain’s birthday—June 25th—the world celebrates his life through food, travel, stories, and good times. For the past couple of years, my husband and I have headed over to the Smorgasburg open-air food market in Wynwood on Anthony Bourdain Day to sample treats and dishes from talented local chefs and cooks. Here are a few photos from the event this year:
These are Pesky’s Pole and Den of Snakes
Have You Seen My Stapler? and The Sarlacc
DFPF and Mer et Montagnes
Festival passport—collect all the stickers from these vendors and you’ll get a tote bag.
First stop was The Wrapper for a hummus tabouleh wrap
Enormous wrap, but absolutely delicious
I stopped here for a vegan mofongo, which was my favorite dish of the day
While I got mofongo, Dave headed to La Milanation for a beef empanada and fries
Vegan mofongo and beef empanada with fries
Dave dropped by Ai Tallarin for dumplings
I don’t usually go for sweet foods at street fairs, but I couldn’t pass up churros and ice cream from Santo Dulce
Halo churro and ice cream
We got the tote bag!
Smorgasburg is for food people
Chefs are artists
A little skull
He’s still lost
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