Sundays at Brooklyn Bridge Park are famous for the weekly outdoor food fest that is Smorgasburg, but that’s changing on Aug. 30.

“We’re sad to leave Brooklyn Bridge Park, but it’s hard to complain when our new home is literally Brooklyn’s backyard,” said Brooklyn Flea co-founder Eric Demby.

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If you thought Prospect Park already rocks, it’s about to go nuclear. From the end of August through every Sunday until Oct. 11, Smorgasburg will bring its delicious goodness to rage on Breeze Hill

Your ramen burgers and Kimchee tacos and Outer Borough pork scallion wraps (plus options from 100 other food vendors) will be decamping to the grassy knoll near the LeFrak Center at Lakeside. Maybe take a kayak out to work off some of that lovely chow afterward?

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Don’t worry, Breeze Hill has plenty of space for hanging and eating. And Brooklyn Bridge Park? They’re turning the patch of pavement that currently hosts Smorgasburg into a beautiful new park.

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