Some Scenes from Atlantic Antic

Your correspondent and wife made a brief visit to Atlantic Antic this afternoon, where we enjoyed lobster rolls from Red Hook Lobster Pound, washed down with Sixpoint Atlantic Amber Ale. This was the scene at the western end of the event, Atlantic and Hicks. The crowd got even thicker as we progressed eastward. More photos and text after the jump.

Moxie Spot’s stand offered comfort food, including mac and cheese, cupcakes, and cookies.

Some folks took refuge from the hubbub of the street and dined at at tables on the sidewalk outside Tripoli Restaurant, Atlantic and Clinton.

Photos by Claude Scales for BHB.

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  • Chris

    My wife observed that Tripoli looked a lot busier than it ever does as a regular restaurant. Maybe outdoor seating is the key.

  • davoyager

    Man you guys totally missed it. The music was hot! I saw a 60’s British invasion band, a Detroit horn downtown funk band, and a righteous blues band and that was before I got as far as Clinton St.
    There was excellent Sicilian pizza, filialfil from the original, crab cake sliders, Paella was a big favorite, and all three meat offerings from Sam’s Waterfront made for very long lines. There was much much more. One of the best of the best of NY street fairs.
    And the weather was so good that a late day rain did little to cool the party.
    Thank you Brooklyn and thank you Atlantic Ave for a great day.