Bark Hot Dogs Coming to Pier 6 at Brooklyn Bridge Park

This NYT item (via @ejcory) just in:

NYT: The eating options in Brooklyn Bridge Park will spread south to Pier 6 on May 28 when Bark, the haute dog spot in Park Slope, Brooklyn, opens a stand there serving franks and burgers, along with ice cream from Blue Marble and Uncle Louie G’s, and sandwiches from Milk Truck Grilled Cheese. Later next month it will move to a terrace cafe on the pier with 200 seats and will start serving beers from Sixpoint Craft Ales and wine. The stand will be open Saturdays and Sundays, then the terrace will be open Friday nights, Saturdays and Sundays through Labor Day.

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  • Monty

    Selling ice cream at pier 6 is like a license to print money. I hope they will have enough staff to handle the volume.

  • Wrennie

    Does anyone know if Calexico is coming back this summer? I hope so–they are my world.

  • Claude Scales

    Wrennie: apparently not, since it’s not mentioned on their website. Your nearest option is their store at 122 Union Street, between Hicks and Columbia streets, in Red Hook.

  • Wrennie

    I don’t think it was listed on their website last summer, even though they were there. I’ve been to the Red Hook spot–but it’s not the same as having it right in the park. Oh well. I’ll probably live.

  • Matthew Parker

    I read on some official BBP literature or site a few weeks back that Calexico would be returning this year.

    Their pork taco is my go-to lunch option at least 3x a week. My dog also loves that cart because they usually throw him a few pork scraps during the wait. I hope they return. Nice guys too.

  • Wrennie
  • Claude Scales

    Good news.

  • Peter

    Wrennie and Claude, looks like you found your answer, but to confirm, Calexico will be back at BBP, according to their Twitter page:!/CalexicoNYC

  • skunky

    Yes, but how will we protect the hot dogs and ice cream from the terrorists at Sahadis? You know they hate our freedoms.

  • Jaques

    I agree with skunky. Atlantic Avenue is like little Abottabad.

  • Jeffrey j Smith

    Bark hot dogs? are they made of wood bark or or does bark
    indicate the use of a certain kind of meat?