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INDOOR VENDORS: BAY 9 EAST
(open 7 days)

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SamesaNew to Riis this summer! Chef siblings Max and Eli Sussman (formerly of Roberta’s and Mile End) will be serving their take on middle eastern food including creamy beet hummus, lentil pistachio spread, and chicken shawarma made with organic chicken thighs marinated in buttermilk, labneh and cilantro infused z’hug.

Ample Hills Creamery – Consistently ranked as the No. 1 ice cream shop in New York City by Zagat, we are thrilled to have this crowd favorite back.

Fletcher’s BBQ – Bill Fletcher’s barbecue restaurant will be smoking their own fare over maple and red oak. Fletcher’s sources meats from farm-cooperatives which raise animals using humane, all natural, hormone free practices. Look out for Bill’s mobile BBQ pit stationed directly beside Bay 9’s main food hub.

Bolivian Llama Party – Three brothers serving a different kind of Bolivian food in New York City have made waves recently being named the Village Voice’s 10 best Pop-Up Restaurants, and most recently CNN’s list of Best Street Food. Consider trying their delectable chola slider and look out for their new veggie friendly menu items at Riis Park.

Wild Feast Foods – Wild Feast will be serving their regional, rare and fresh seafood catches from East Coast waters, many of which are caught within 20 miles of Riis Park.

INDOOR VENDORS: BAY 9 WEST
(open 7 days)

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Slice of Whit – Whitney Aycock’s superlative neopolitan wood fired pizzas will be making their Riis Park debut this summer. We are huge fans of his local Rockaway favorite Whit’s End, which was just recently ranked No. 1 by Eater.com as Queen’s hottest Restaurant.

INDOOR VENDORS: BAY 6
(open weekends & some weekdays)

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Ed & Bev’s – Also by the Sussman brothers, this Detriot-style diner with a menu that focuses on coney dogs along with familiar Greek and American specialties that are made from scratch.

POP-UP VENDORS: BAY 2
(open weekends & some weekdays)

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Coney Shack – Recently ranked No. 1 in the Top 100 Places to Eat in Brooklyn by Yelp, and having won Best Rookie Mobile Food Vendor by the Vendy Awards, Coney Shack’s Southeast Asian Tacos are not to be missed.

Lizzmonade – Serves fresh, mad-to-order lemonades infused with real fruit. Find their full menu in a fully outfitted shipping container at the far end of the boardwalk this season, slated to open in mid-July with special events to keep the summer hot and the crowds thirsty for Lizzmonade! Including DJ parties, weekend yoga and LGBTQ events hosted by some of NYC’s favorite faces on the scene.

Trop Pops – Frozen 100% whole fruit on a stick dipped in dark couverture chocolate.

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Dalton’s, A Rockaway restaurant staple for many years, has brought their iconic Shore Shack summer food truck to Riis Park Beach Bazaar this year! They station right next to Coney Shack on weekends for a truck rally of multi-cultural food mashups you’ll be inspired to eat more of!

POP-UP VENDORS: BAY 4
(open weekends & some weekdays)

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Mighty Edible – Traditional, delicious Jamaican ingredients made in inventive ways. We suggest trying their plantain chip battered fried chicken soaked in coconut milk and served with hibiscus jam. The REAL deal! #alljerkeverything

East Coast Roast – A family owned and operated small-batch artisan coffee roasting company, focused on providing the finest locally roasted single-origin coffee at reasonable prices.

POP-UP VENDORS: BAY 9 EAST
(open weekends & some weekdays)

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La Newyorkina – La Newyorkina crafts traditional Mexican “ice pops” (paletas) infused with fresh fruits and juices.  This deliciously icy bar is the PERFECT beach treat.

ByTheBeachCocos – Childhood friends Mikey Reen and Dylan & Ryan Sirgiovanni founded their coconut stand to bring the vibe and feel of tropical beaches to their little strip of urban paradise. They are all born and raised Rockaway natives. Their Young Thai Coconuts are always fresh and cold.

Paleo Factory – Superfood mouse dessert made locally in Rockaway with bare ingredients.

POP-UP VENDORS: BAY 14
(open weekends & some weekdays)

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Oaxaca Tacos – Traditional and inexpensive Mexican fare inspired by the flavors and ingredients of Oaxaca. Look for their brightly colored truck stationed closest to Fort Tilden! They plan to be open more weekdays this year.

Cuisine by Claudette – A Moroccan-Inspired restaurant based in the Rockaways with delicious, comforting and healthy food choices.

Clean Shave Ice – Icy, spicy, sweet and delicious, Clean Shave’s snow cones are handmade with organic, local and non-GMO fruits and veggies. Try spiking your ice with a bit of booze.

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