Owner of Noodle Lane shows you what's on her plate for Brooklyn's Smorgasburg eating event

For one of the biggest food festivals in the borough, Noodle Lane owner Lane Li is preparing to put her menu on full display.

News 12 Staff

Apr 5, 2024, 12:05 PM

Updated 42 days ago

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Smorgasburg is back and Brooklyn eatery Noodle Lane is looking to spice things up during it's debut in what some New Yorkers call the "Woodstock of eating."
For one of the biggest food festivals in the borough, Noodle Lane owner Lane Li is preparing to put her menu on full display. Li says she has always wanted a food business and there's no better place to help get that off the ground.
"Smorgasburg was just the best place to start. Low capital, easy entry. Sell what you love and people come and enjoy," she says.
Li has been going to Smorgasburg since 2011, but this is the first time she'll be there as a vendor. Coming with her are dishes like their famous soup dumplings, noodles and much more. Li says she's glad to see that what started out as just noodles a year ago has turned into something more.
"I started off making noodles and then it just evolved into making dumplings and all the other Sichuan dishes and Cantonese dishes," she adds.
Smorgasburg will be in Williamsburg on Saturdays and Prospect Park on Sundays from now until October.


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