Brooklyn Based is home to all your UnFancy Food Show 2009 info.

The long-awaited scoop on UFFS 2009! This year is bigger and better than ever. We’ve got two boroughlicious farms, more chocolate than you can shake a stick at, the promise of handpies from Sweet Deliverance and sandwiches from Marlow & Sons so that you won’t get too drunk in the afternoon sun, plus cheese galore and some special newcomers.

Did you read that NYT article about artisan food in Brooklyn? The UnFancy WAS that article before it even knew it needed writing. Forget about beards and hipsters and come meet a bunch of food nerds who want to talk to you about what they make, bake, grill and grow. If we didn’t think their products were great AND they were cool people, they wouldn’t be hanging out, drinking beers with us on a Sunday afternoon.

*Be sure to check out Sweet Deliverance and the Queens Farm and ask about their awesome Fourth of July Campout and Pig Roast.*

Time’s Up, a non-profit environmental group that promotes urban sustainability will have a bike repair class at 2pm at 99 S. 6th, next door, and then a bike repair open house after the class. Bike on down for UnFancy snacks and then tune up your ride!

UnFancy Food Show 2009
The UnFancy Way or the Highway
noon to 6 pm
The East River Bar
Sunday, June 28

Confirmed Participants:
Sixpoint Craft Ales
Fine & Raw Chocolate
Cut Brooklyn
Sweet Deliverance
Marlow and Sons
McClure’s Pickles
The Brooklyn Kitchen
Salvatore Brooklyn Ricotta
Nunu Chocolate
Taza Chocolate
Liddabit Sweets
Consider Bardwell
Jasper Hill Farm
Edible Brooklyn
Gorilla Coffee
Blue Marble Ice Cream
Rooftop Farms
The Queens County Farm Museum
Green Pirate Juice Truck
Gerald Jerky
Mama O Kimchee

Special beer tasting from Sixpoint for the first 150 through the door, and Julie Powell will be signing copies of Julie & Julia. All proceeds from her UnFancy book sales will go to Just Food.

Check back for more confirmed participants and updates.