The constantly expanding Smorgasburg artisanal food encampment is trading its home of one year at the Tobacco Warehouse for a prime spot at Brooklyn Bridge Park's revamped Pier 5. Starting this weekend, vendors set up in the much larger waterfront spot, GrubStreet reports. "It will be almost as big as the Williamsburg location," reveals Brooklyn Flea co-founder Eric Demby. This means more vendors for the Sunday setup, including Keizo Shiamamoto and his Ramen Burger.

The Saturday iteration of Smorgasburg/Brooklyn Feal also moves—for the second time this year—into a second floor space at 185 Wythe Street. The market typically occupies One Hanson, but starting November 30th will make the move, bringing 60 of their great food vendors and 90 Flea vendors to the Williamsburg space.

Completing the Brooklyn trifecta, Brooklyn Flea's weekend market in Park Slope tapped Roberto Santibanez of Fonda to be the lone food vendor. He's expected to offer a selection of tortas and Mexican sodas at the outpost at P.S. 321 on Seventh Avenue.