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Sample Food, Drinks From 40 Local Vendors at BK Navy Yard May 18

The Made in NYC Week culminates with the Taste of Made in NYC showcase in Brooklyn.
Hundreds of local makers are being celebrated as part of Made in NYC Week, May 10-18.

Hundreds of local makers will showcase their wares as part of Made in NYC Week between May 10-18 across the city. 

The event series, now in its sixth year, brings together New York City’s dynamic community of makers and manufacturers through pop-up markets, networking events and factory tours, according to a news release. 

Taste of Made in NYC, a ticketed tasting event will take place on Saturday, May 18, from 2pm to 5pm at the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s Building 77. This event will showcase 40 exhibitors, including samples of local craft beer, delectable bites ranging from jerk chicken to vegan cheese, along with mini doughnuts and boozy ice cream.

A variety of handcrafted products ranging from jewelry and ceramics to fashion and accessories will also be available. All food and beverage samples are included in the ticket price ($45 per person).

“Guests of Taste of Made in NYC will experience a delicious culinary journey through the best of the five boroughs – from delicious bites paired with craft beer and wine, to sweet treats and coffee, while appreciating and purchasing handmade wares for the home, stylish garments, wellness products, and more,” said Taylor Novick-Finder, senior program manager for Made in NYC. 

Tickets for Taste of Made in NYC is available here. This will be a 21+ event, with IDs checked at the door due to the inclusion of Made in NYC members who are beer, wine and spirit purveyors.