FAD Fare, our bi-annual celebration of locally sourced food brands, is back this summer over Father’s Day weekend at the Invisible Dog Art Center in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn. Come support the region’s independent food scene and shop over 40 highly curated makers showcasing locally sourced, small-batch packaged foods including charcuterie, hot sauce, jam, infused syrups, olive oil, kombucha, spirits, spreads and delicious baked goods.
You can also pick up handcrafted food-related products including ceramics, cheese boards, and kitchen textiles. Discover a host of unique items and meet the makers (and bakers!) behind your favorite foods. You’ll find everything you need for a picnic in Prospect Park or an extra special dinner party.
We love The Invisible Dog Art Center and our Boerum Hill neighborhood.
Boerum Hill is beloved for its impressive architecture, boasting rows of quaint brick buildings erected in Greek Revival and Italianate style. The neighborhood is also home to The New York Transit Museum, the largest museum of public transportation history in the country; and a bevy of popular eateries and watering holes including the historic Brooklyn Inn, one of the oldest bars in the borough.
FAD fare is accessible via the Bergen Street (F,G) and Hoyt Street (C,G) subway stations.
As always, FAD Market is free and open to the public. Dogs are also welcome! Just RSVP here to let us know you’re coming.