• Curbed NY

    Riis Park Bazaar is welcoming a few new food vendors to the bustling beach park this summer. Pizza Moto will be slinging neapolitan pizzas in the former Whit’s End spot at Bay 9, while you can pick up Pad Thai and Thai-style barbecue from Warung Roadside on the westernmost area of Riis at Bay 14. On the east side of the park, San Francisco burrito spot Super Burrito, Playa Del Riis will be set up near the clock on the boardwalk, while burgers, fries and wings joint Two Dudes will be doing its thing out of a retrofitted cargo container.

  • Bedford + Bowery

    The Riis Park Beach Bazaar re-opened earlier in May, buns out. (Hot dog buns, that is.) It features a kick-ass summer lineup, including Two Dudes—a burger joint serving up “the classic California roadside burger.”

  • Gothamist

    Jacob Riis Park: "The People's Beach" begins just east of where Fort Tilden ends. Riis is also managed by the National Park Service, and features a beach bod-busting variety of concessions curated by the Riis Park Beach Bazaar. Now in its fourth year, the Bazaar also produces live music on weekends, as well as a Friday Night "Lobstah Boil" presented by Rockaway Clam Bar and Red Hook Lobster Pound. And Thursday night beach karaoke. And so much more. Details here, and check out this map of this season's food and beverage vendors; new offerings this summer include Super Burrito, Two Dudes, Pizza Motto, and Warung Roadside. You can also rent beach chairs and umbrellas.

  • Metro

    The hippest of New York’s sands, Jacob Riis Park Beach in Queens has spawned its own summertime Beach Bazaar with concession stands by Rockaway Clam Bar, Fletcher’s BBQ and Ample Hills Creamery among many others, with free concerts by local bands. Swing by the Art Deco bathhouse built in 1932, which now holds art exhibits, or just enjoy the mile-long beach prized for its calm vibes with beach chair and umbrella rentals available from the bazaar.

  • Bedford + Bowery

    After toughing out the winter with a seafood pop-up, the Riis Park Beach Bazaar is no doubt ready for some sun’s out, buns out. (Hot dog buns, that is.) Today it unveiled its summer lineup, and there are a few surprises in the mix. Among the new food vendors are some familiar faces to those who frequent Rippers, the kick-ass burger stand on the other side of the Rockaway peninsula.