BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival is proud to welcome our food and merchandise vendors to the Bandshell for our 38th season in Prospect Park!
Although it has garnered national acclaim in its many years in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn, The Farm on Adderley remains a neighborhood restaurant at heart. Seven days a week, for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the Farm serves its award-winning food primarily to the community surrounding its location on Cortelyou Road. This summer at the Bandshell, the Farm will offer a unique menu of farm-to-table food, including hand-crafted bowls, seasonal veggies, crisp french fries, and more.
The Festival gives The Farm a unique challenge of executing Slow Food on a much larger scale—for audiences of thousands—and we hope you are one of those lucky customers to experience it!
“The Farm on Adderley is thrilled to team up with the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival again this summer. This diverse arts festival that happens in our own backyard gives us a chance to keep company with our customers, neighbors, and fellow Brooklynites.”
The Good Batch began with a simple mission: bake pure, not overly sweet, delicious food. Pastry chef Anna Gordon founded the company in the spring of 2010, starting out with handmade stroopwafels, which she had been making for her Dutch in-laws. From there, the menu and business quickly grew. The Good Batch now has a full line of unique and highly addictive cookies and baked goods, which can be found in stores all around New York City. Their ice cream sandwiches have also developed notoriety over the past couple summers, which they regularly sell at the Brooklyn Flea's Smorgasburg. Each recipe is carefully crafted to keep the sweetness down and the mouth-watering flavor at a max. This summer, The Good Batch will be running the snack bar at the Festival—stocking the counter and coolers with their own provisions, as well as a full line-up of fellow Brooklyn artisinal snacks.
Sorbabes refreshes the Bandshell with Sorbet made indulgent with rich nut butters, whole fruits, and gourmet toppings. Indulgence that’s crave-worthy, vegan, and dairy-free. Look for their red and white umbrellas and carts!
The NY Handmade Collective sells fine, handcrafted goods from over 200 local artists, designers, makers, and crafters. Look for the goods at the General Store.
“Our collaboration with BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival provides an outstanding opportunity for us to introduce our handcrafted products, many of which were made right here in Brooklyn, to a greater audience. We are very excited to provide the visitors to BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival with a unique shopping experience that will allow them to take a little memento of their concert visit home with them.”
Beer, wine, soda, bottled water, and iced tea are available to purchase during all of the Festival shows.