Here's the confirmed list of vendors so far:
Papa’s Kitchen: Filipino fare, located in Woodside.
Plant Love House: Thai noodles and desserts, based in Elmhurst.
Silk Cakes: Asian-inspired cupcakes.
Arepa Lady: Previously a famous food cart, it's now a small Jackson Heights spot.
La Esquina del Camaron: They'll be serving up some Mexican seafood cocktails.
Outer Borough: A Brooklyn Smorgasburg veteran, they're bringing their Taiwanese beef scallion pancake rolls to the new Queens market.
Bun-Ker Vietnamese: Their website slogan is "Good Pho-king Vietnamese Food" -- pretty much all you need to know.
Pata Paplean: A popular, funky Thai bar in Elmhurst becoming known for its amazing noodle soup.
Smorgasburg Queens will be open from 11am to 6pm, which actually lines up perfectly with the start time of the Queens International Night Market, a brand new food market featuring an eclectic mix of international street foods at the New York Hall of Science parking lot in Queens. Basically, expect to be spending way more time in Queens this summer.
Smorgasburg's Brooklyn locations at East River State Park (Saturdays) and Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 5 (Sundays) returned for the 2015 season in early April, bringing along a bunch of brand new food vendors.
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Tony Merevick is Cities News Editor at Thrillist and will add this to his summer chow down plans. Send news tips to firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter @tonymerevick.