The producers worked with six amazing purveyors to share tasty bites that paired perfectly with 100 Vinho Verde wines available to taste.
Handmade in Brooklyn, People's Pops use locally grown fruit to create innovative and super tasty, seasonally inspired popsicles. They debuted some new Vinho Verde infused popsicles made for the event. Delicious!
El Super served up killer LA-inspired Mexican fare. Their lively and generously stacked tacos and tostadas come from a wife-and-husband team, Nic Ulrich and Fanny Moy, who relocated from Los Angeles to Brooklyn. If you want authentic coastal Mexican food, you'll want to find them.
East Coast Poke
East Coast Poke celebrates one of Hawaii’s most popular dishes. This crew sources their ingredients exclusively from the islands' most ecologically respectful purveyors and the result are simple and authentic dishes that are both fresh and flavorful. East Coast Poke was a huge hit with the Vinho Verde wines.
Big Mozz got its start at the Smorgasburg food festival in Brooklyn serving up mounds of everyone’s favorite appetizer. Now you can find them pretty much everywhere from Citifield to music festivals and concert venues all over the country. They did an on-the-spot demo of their hand stretched, small batch mozzarella. Yum.
Mokbar serves up authentic Korean soul food the way it is presented in Korea with multiple harmonious vegetable-driven small dishes called “Banchan". Chef Esther Choi--who has been hailed a NYC Culinary rock star--showed up at the event to broaden New Yorkers’ understanding and appreciation of Korean culture through her food.
Poppy's Catering uses top quality, seasonal ingredients and works with local purveyors to keep things simple, rustic and delicious. In less than five years, this local Brooklyn company has gotten so popular among New Yorkers, they've become the go-to caterer for everyone from Gwneyth Paltrow to Beyonce. Their vegetable-driven snacks were a huge hit.